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Fans Bid Tearful Adieu to “Kim’s Convenience”

What makes Canadian immigrant life real? The cultural quirks, the fun amidst everyday struggles, the multi-generational adjustments? “Kim’s Convenience” has been all this and more. As the curtain falls on a show loved by people around the world, NCM looks at what makes “Kim’s” special and why shows like that should be the norm rather than the exception.

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On a Mission to Add More Colour to Vancouver’s Film Industry

It’s time to change the narrative, says Jason Mackay, founder of Collective Bunch, a new initiative to promote the participation of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in Vancouver’s film industry.

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Community Demands More Representative TV in Quebec

A group of citizens is accusing Videotron, one of Quebec’s largest telecommunication companies, of failing to provide mandatory community television service in the province.  “Videotron is required to provide access to training, equipment and studio…

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Immigrants Don’t See ‘Redneck’ Side of Alberta

For some, Alberta’s history is just about cowboys, oil, and Conservatives, but a new television series is shedding light on the many contributions that minority groups have made in the province. An Omni TV magazine-style…

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NewsBriefs: Immigrant-Centric Show Launches in GTA

“New Canadians”, a television show about newcomers in Canada, has now launched in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Produced by New Horizons Media in association with the New Canadian Media Professionals Network (NCMP), the show…

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Community Leaders Blast Rogers for Ethnic News Cutbacks

Leaders from Canada’s ethnic community are coming together to urge Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to suspend consideration of all further applications from Rogers Communications Inc. unless the media giant restores multilingual newscasts at…

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OMNI TV’s Fading to Black

Rogers Media Inc. announced earlier this month that it would be replacing daily multi-language newscasts on OMNI Television with half-hour, multi-language current affairs programs instead. Simultaneously the Rogers media giant cut 110 jobs, the majority of…

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