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Canadian screen stars want code of conduct to deal with sexual harassment

Some say sexual misconduct has long been a reality in country's film scene

TV vets Nicholas Campbell and Daniel Kash join cast of Jerusalem

Toronto production opening in February marks return to theatre for Sons of Anarchy star Kim Coates.

CANADIAN CREATIVE INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS GALVANIZE TO END SEXUAL HARASSMENT

A joint industry statement ... As representatives of the Canadian creative industry, we gathered together today to collaborate on an industry-wide response to sexual harassment, discrimination, bullying, and violence.

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH GAIL HARVEY – DIRECTOR OF ‘NEVER SAW IT COMING’

Gail Harvey has a 25-year history in the feature film industry with over 40 Director credits.

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH KATIE BOLAND – DIRECTOR OF ‘LOLZ-ITA’

DIRECTOR'S BIO: Katie Boland is an award-winning actress, writer and director. She has appeared in over seventy films and currently has three television series...

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH CAMILLE THOMAN – DIRECTOR OF ‘NEVER HERE’

Camille Thoman is a Canadian/American writer/director. Camille wrote and directed the 2017 thriller Never Here starring Mireille Enos, Sam Shepard, Vincent Piazza, Goran Visnjic, Nina Arianda and Desmin Borges.

Watch Drake play wingman to his dad in his new whiskey commercial

Canadian hip hop star Drake returns to his "Degrassi" roots and exercises his acting chops in a new commercial shilling his premium American whiskey Virginia Black.

Christopher Plummer has this to say about retirement – never

At 87, Christopher Plummer isn't just working -- he's busy.

Canadian screen stars want ‘action’ from industry meeting on sexual misconduct

Canada's performers' union, ACTRA, has invited industry stakeholders to a closed-door meeting on Thursday to discuss how to implement practical, concrete measures to tackle the issue here in a way that also leads to cultural change.

William Shatner is not happy about Brad Lamb’s condo using his name, likeness

Shatner says he doesn't recall giving permission to prominent Toronto developer Brad Lamb to use his name and image as online promotional tools.

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