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It's Time To Wean B.C. Film Off Taxpayer-Funded Subsidies

All told, the B.C. government cut cheques for $1.5 billion in film subsidies over the past five years. That's more than taxpayers spent on the ministries of aboriginal relations, agriculture and environment -- combined. As if that wasn't enough, the federal government jumped in with $1.73 billion more nation-wide. With the low Canadian dollar attracting more filming here, these subsidies are going to soar even higher in 2016-17, as there are no caps on these payouts.
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'The Killing' Is Killed. Again

Vancouver film and TV production took a hit Tuesday when AMC announced they were cancelling "The Killing." If the news sounds familiar, that's because the network already cancelled the Seattle-set, Va...
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Jumbo Worries For B.C. Film

The unexpected Liberal victory in Tuesday’s provincial election is good news for B.C.’s business community — but not every industry is celebrating. - More on the controversial Jumbo project The Jumb...