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CTV gears up for another ‘Amazing Race’

The Amazing Race Canada lands a season eight renewal following a seventh season that saw a major ratings boost in key demos.

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In brief: BTLR panel member resigns

Plus: CMF launches new codevelopment fund, eOne ups its presence in Asia and The Amazing Race Canada sees a ratings uptick in season seven.

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Insight, Manifesto partner to bring X Games to Alberta

The Amazing Race Canada producer discusses why it’s trying to bring the winter sports competition to Calgary in 2020.

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Which Canadian shows pulled in the biggest ratings in 2018?

This year’s chart is topped by long-running favourites, but a number of newer Canadian scripted series have also climbed the ranks.

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Amazing Race Canada renewed for seventh run

The hit format has been greenlit for another season after continuing to bring in big ratings in season six.

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Boat Rocker acquires majority stake in Insight Productions

With the investment, Insight plans to expand and diversify its development slate and “plunge more aggressively into the digital world.”

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Top-rated Canadian TV of 2017

Reality formats and long-running dramas garnered the most eyeballs, but freshman scripted series also made an impact.

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CTV unveils summer lineup

The Bell Media channel made a trio of international pickups, including the new Shonda Rhimes period drama Still Star-Crossed.

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ACCT names Golden Screen film winner, TV finalists

Snowtime! (pictured) is the winner of the Golden Screen Award for Feature Film, while the winners of the two TV-focused Golden Screen Awards will be revealed on March 13.

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Gallery: The Amazing Race Canada media challenge

A selection of photos from The Amazing Race Canada charity media challenge, held ahead of the series’ season-three premiere on CTV.

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Book of Negroes, Amazing Race pick up CCE prizes

The winners of the fifth annual awards, presented by the non-profit Canadian Cinema Editors organization, were announced at a gala held in Toronto on June 4. (Book of Negroes pictured.)

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Amazing Race most-watched Canadian program of the year

CTV’s reality race averaged 2.8 million viewers per episode in its second season, according to Numeris data.