Skip to content

Entertainment, Media & Sports

Competition Bureau suing Cineplex for alleged junk fees for online tickets

Competition Bureau suing Cineplex for alleged junk fees for online tickets

OTTAWA — The Competition Bureau is suing Cineplex for allegedly advertising misleading ticket prices, the agency said Thursday.
Music festivals return to B.C. despite surging operation costs

Music festivals return to B.C. despite surging operation costs

Organizers are finding creative ways to keep festivals on stage and sustainable
Alumni association confident in the future of SFU football

Alumni association confident in the future of SFU football

“We believe we are on a constructive path to finding a conference to play in 2024 and beyond.”
New Canada Soccer president promises transparency before skeptical Commons committee

New Canada Soccer president promises transparency before skeptical Commons committee

Athlete and Olympian Charmaine Crooks who took over from former CSA president Nick Bontis when he resigned in February
Meet ‘Dudesy': The AI that hosts a comedy podcast with B.C.-born actor Will Sasso

Meet ‘Dudesy': The AI that hosts a comedy podcast with B.C.-born actor Will Sasso

The show offers a look into how artificial intelligence will affect entertainment, merchandise and branding
Canadian Soccer Association swings from surplus to loss in World Cup year

Canadian Soccer Association swings from surplus to loss in World Cup year

Grants to CSA from FIFA and CONCACAF leapt almost 340 per cent year over year
Mid-sized Vancouver venues are attracting major public and private investment

Mid-sized Vancouver venues are attracting major public and private investment

Planned PNE amphitheatre, along with other new and newly upgraded indoor spaces, will offer concert organizers and fans new mid-sized venue options in the city
How the Hollywood writers strike will affect the B.C. film industry

How the Hollywood writers strike will affect the B.C. film industry

The Vancouver film industry was prepared for Tuesday's strike news
Kirk LaPointe: SFU’s Red Leaf football debacle has fans and players red-faced

Kirk LaPointe: SFU’s Red Leaf football debacle has fans and players red-faced

SFU fumbled the cancellation of its football program, writes Kirk LaPointe.
Hollywood writers, slamming 'gig economy,' to go on strike

Hollywood writers, slamming 'gig economy,' to go on strike

The Writers Guild of America said that its 11,500 unionized screenwriters will head to the picket lines Tuesday
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks