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ISL: Raphael Augusto stars as Chennaiyin FC crush NorthEast United

first_imgA new-look Chennaiyin FC swept aside NorthEast United FC 3-0 in their Hero Indian Super League (ISL) clash at Marina Arena in Chennai on Thursday.Chennaiyin FC had lost their opening battle against FC Goa after conceding three first-half goals. Coach Gregory John had admitted that he got his formation and choice of players wrong. For the next clash, he made four changes, handing starts to Gregory Nelson, Francis Fernandes, Bikramjiit Singh and Dhanpal Ganesh, and the new-look squad started firing straightway.The man who starred for Chennaiyin FC was a familiar face. Raphael Augusto has been with the club since 2015 and was at the heart of the first two goals. It was his powerful attempt on goal that forced NorthEast defender Abdul Hakku to deflect into his own goal in the 11th minute and then Raphael himself got on to the scoresheet with a fine attempt from outside the danger zone in the 24th minute.Substitute Mohammed Rafi made it 3-0 with a goal in the 84th minute to hand Chennaiyin FC their first victory.A dominating performance from start to finish saw @ChennaiyinFC claim their first win of the season!#ISLRecap #LetsFootball #CHENEU Indian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) November 23, 2017NorthEast United had the first chance of the match as Chennaiyin goalkeeper Karanjit Singh carelessly gave the ball away in the fourth minute. The ball fell to Seiminlen Doungel whose curling effort from the left sailed over the crossbar.Francis Fernandes then missed from close range for Chennaiyin but the hosts didn’t have to wait for long to break the deadlock.advertisementRaphael moved inside from the left and with plenty of space available tried his luck from a distance. The ball struck Abdul Hakku’s head and entered into his own goal.Chennaiyin made it 2-0 in the 24th minute. Midfielder Bikramjit Singh started this move with a diagonal ball which Nelson headed for Raphael who finished it off with a powerful left-footed attempt.Augus-??? goal ???#LetsFootball #CHENEU Indian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) November 23, 2017NorthEast United coach Joao de Deus was forced into two substitutions inside the first half as he introduced Halicharan Narzary and Luis Alfonso for Seiminlen Doungel and an injured Odair Fortes. But the visitors didn’t create any chance in the first half.Even in the second session, NorthEast United were hardly in the game and looked a far cry from the side that dominated Jamshedpur FC in their opening game.Instead, Chennaiyin FC continued to grow and they added to their goal tally through substitute Mohammed Rafi who pounced on the chance after Jaime Gavilan’s free-kick had ricocheted off the goalpost.Quick to pounce was Mohammed Rafi! #LetsFootball #CHENEU Indian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) November 23, 2017last_img read more

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Organising committee unveils futuristic mascots

first_imgThe Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, on Wednesday, unveiled the futuristic superhero mascots for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after voting by millions of school students across Japan.The winning pair have not been named yet but the organisers said they “respect each other” and are “very good friends”.The Olympic mascot, with a futuristic blue and white chequered pattern, has been described as having a special power that allows it to move anywhere instantly.”The mascot has a strong sense of justice and is very athletic,” the notes about the mascot said.On the other hand, the Paralympic mascot has a pink and white design inspired by cherry blossoms and have been said to be able to move things just by looking at them.”It has a dignified inner strength and a kind heart that loves nature,” the description of the mascot said.Earlier, 2042 individuals had submitted their designs and the experts shortlisted three of those for public voting.Three pairs of mascots were unveiled at an event in the Kakezuka school in central Tokyo, which was attended by the selection panel and some 116 students.A total of 6.5 million Japanese children — from schools in the country and abroad — cast their vote between December 11 and February 22 and then the unveiling happened. The selection panel will now decide a name before a formal launch in July or August 2018.The organising committee unveiled the official emblems for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in April 2016, after scrapping the initially selected logos over allegations of plagiarism.advertisementlast_img read more

What Virat Kohli does to stay fit and ace those Yo-Yo tests

first_imgVirat Kohli may have aced his fitness test last week but the Indian captain is leaving no stone unturned to ensure he is completely fit before India’s tour of Ireland and England gets underway later in June.Kohli had to pull out of a county stint with a neck injury he sustained during the IPL. Subsequently, he worked hard to make sure he was ready for the Yo-Yo test held in Bengaluru from June 15. He looked rather comfortable alongside MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Jasprit Bumrah and a few others.While their scores have not been made public, the likes of Mohammed Shami and Ambati Rayudu failed the Yo-Yo test and were subsequently dropped for the England tour.Rohit Sharma, another star India batsman, is scheduled to take the Yo-Yo test on Tuesday and it is understood Ajinkya Rahane has been kept on standby.Ajinkya Rahane on standby as Rohit Sharma prepares to take yo-yo testAccording to sources, Rohit failed the Yo-Yo test twice during the IPL. If Rohit does fail again, there will be little choice left for the team management: they will have to drop one of their most charismatic limited-overs batsmen.Meanwhile, Kohli hit the gym again and showed why he is among the fittest athletes in the world.The Indian captain’s workout schedule on Tuesday included:”A lot of band work for lower body strengthening including lateral band walk””Monster walk””Striding a distance of 80 meters x 12 repetitions at speed of 16km/hr on treadmill. 15 second break between each stride and completing 2 sets of 12.”advertisementToday’s session included a lot of band work for lower body strengthening; including lateral band walk, monster walk and then striding a distance of 80 meters x 12 repetitions at speed of 16km/hr on treadmill. 15 second break between each stride and completing 2 sets of 12. Kohli (@imVkohli) June 19, 2018No wonder then, Kohli aces those fitness tests. It is believed he regularly gets the highest scores whereas younger players struggle to match his levels of intensity.last_img read more

Tyreek Hill Leading Team in Receiving, Punt Returns

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Through three games, Tyreek Hill and his West Alabama squad are 3-0, averaging 33 points per game and 198.67 passing yards per game.According to statistics from the UWA athletics website, Tyreek leads the team in receiving yards per game by a large margin, averaging 65.3 yards per game and 2 touchdowns on just 9 receptions. Less surprisingly, he also leads the team in punt return yards with 154 yards on 7 attempts and 1 touchdown.So far this season, Hill has only accumulated 6 rushing attempts for a total of 48 yards. He is the teams fourth leading rusher.At Oklahoma State, Hill had 31 receptions for 281 yards and a touchdown through the air. He also had 102 carries for 534 yards, averaging 5.2 a pop as a junior last year.AdChoices广告Never forget.tyreeklast_img read more

Per Mertesacker: ‘I want to make an impact on young people’s lives’

first_imgFinally, tell us about Mesut Özil – what’s he like and why his Arsenal career has been so tumultuous? First of all he loves playing football. It doesn’t come across so often. He is a genius in terms of what he can produce. Once he gets the ball, he’s rested, he thinks he plays in the park, he can deliver that ball that no one else can deliver. He has got that magical sense.He wants to be OK with everyone. He is not the kind of guy who approaches people and says: ‘You need to do this, that and that.’ He’s a different character and sometimes I struggled with that. When I approached him and said: ‘This is not what we do here,’ I thought that sticks with us longer. For him it’s: ‘No, that’s OK, I accept that, we move forward.’ I was really pissed [off] for days and weeks. But he relaxes in those moments. I know how to take him and how to try to pinch him when needed. But, ultimately, it has to come from him if he wants to go to the next level. But he can deliver. You have seen it.Per Mertesacker’s autobiography, Big Friendly German, is available in all good bookshops and signed copies available at RRP £20. Per Mertesacker: ‘Some fans want a selfie but sometimes I want to say: Let’s just shake hands’ Arsenal Per Mertesacker: ‘It gives you the goose bumps … on the pitch you see actual joy’ Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Twitter Per Mertesacker became a fan favourite at Arsenal. Photograph: David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images Share on Messenger In England people often talk about the lack of pathways for young players. Has Jadon Sancho’s decision to go overseas changed the landscape in academy football here? Yeah, I think so. We have, even from our side, academy players going to other countries. And we take value. So for us this summer was really positive – you had Alex Iwobi going to Everton – a player that established himself in the first team. Then we have Xavier Amaechi, who’s gone to Hamburg and we get a fee and add-ons. Krystian Bielik, who went to Derby, has been a part of our academy. Jeff Reine-Adélaïde goes to France because we knew he wasn’t getting the pathway in the first-team. But he creates value with that move.What one thing needs to change to make Arsenal world-class again?You really want to build the best connection between players and fans, that everyone feels that this is the best club. So a real culture that everyone trusts each other that we can be world-class again. Facebook Read more Share on WhatsApp How did you find the experience of writing a book? It was a good exercise for me to reflect on 30 years within football and different experiences. Because I wasn’t regarded as that talented, I always wanted to find out what did it make within me when people said: ‘You’re not good enough.’ And my upbringing … as my dad sat next to me negotiating a contract and saying: ‘No, no, this is too much’ – he refused to take that money. I was really angry at that time with him but he was sending me messages which were really important moving forward. I look back to those moments and think they had a bigger impact on me than I expected. Read more But there are many aspects. My point is that I want to make a world-class academy, that everyone feels we get the best talent towards the first team. The first-team manager right now wants to bring us back to the Champions League.The new technical director wants to deliver the best recruitment, which the club has not seen for a long time. So everyone has small targets but what I would say is, we want to have the trust and connection from the fans that the people in charge can deliver.Did Arsenal lose that? Definitely. You could feel that. But still there’s a more positive energy I would say right now than there ever has been. And that has been part of having a massive change in the club. I felt always as a player that you want to make the Emirates a fortress, but to build that connection again the players need to really buy into that we want to go that way, and the fans will follow for sure. Share via Email Share on Twitter So how did those experiences shape you as a person and a player? I had a lot of adversity, with being injured, being assessed as the one who would not make it. How my parents stayed relaxed at that stage helped me a lot. You need to make sure you don’t take it too serious at times and that really helped me to refocus on the moment when the opportunity really arrived. I never regarded it as: ‘Oh, here you go, here you have everything.’ That’s the new generation: take, take, take. No, no, no. If you just think it’s about taxis [picking you up and dropping you off], money and credits, that’s the opposite of caring for you.Has your own story been useful for the academy work you do now? I want to make an impact on young people’s lives and be part of their future no matter what they do because I have seen that all the very talented players at 15, 16 still had very little chance to be successful in football. Football has taught me so much. I want to use that but still make sure there is some reality. You cannot turn the clock back 20 years.I had a totally different upbringing and background – raised in a small town in Germany. Now I am in London taking care of 180 kids who think they are the 1% who can make it in professional football. How do I manage that? By being myself, being authentic and not lying. So I tell them: ‘You might be the 1%.’ It’s difficult because you have to make judgments.But if the family thinks football is the only thing you can do in life, then it’ll be difficult to get on with that pressure. Sometimes I get the feeling that some parents really think their son can pay for their pension, especially being in London.Has the new role been what you expected and what have been the challenges? The amount of staff we have in academies is … I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s good to take care of the players but sometimes I get confused by the number of people who have an impact on one kid – we’re talking 100 people or more. It’s quite a heavy load. On one hand you’ve got to embrace it and try to get the best people in the academy.Where does the reward come from for you now? You see the players go to the first team or another club, going to the world – that should be the hall of fame. We shouldn’t just focus on those who make it. A first-team player at Arsenal or, just for the sake of argument, a doctor in America would give me similar reward; that we have impacted a young kid’s life positively and that he would come back and say: ‘Yeah, this has made me a better person.’ interviews The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Share on Pinterest Reuse this content Pinterest Topicslast_img read more

Football quiz: winning streaks

first_imgWhich team won 25 league games in a row in 2003 and 2004? Rangers You are a football genius Arsenal European club football features Which team won 12 league games in a row in 2000? Atlético Madrid Manchester City Oh dear. That is not a good score Oh dear. That is not a good score Share on Pinterest PSG Premier League Which team won 19 league games in a row in the 2013-14 season? Share on Facebook Inter Sandwiched between two draws with Udinese, Roberto Mancini’s side won 17 consecutive games in Serie A. Inter set records as they tied up the Scudetto with five games to spare, scoring 107 goals and finishing with 97 points in the process. Share on Twitter Share via Email Red Star Belgrade Share on Messenger Manchester United Wolves Arsenal The Gunners finished seven points clear of Liverpool to win the title in 2001-02 and won their opening game of the next campaign before drawing 2-2 at West Ham. Which team won 17 league games in a row in the 2006-07 season? Which team won 29 league games in a row in 1972 and 1973? Submit answers Celtic Oh dear. That is not a good score Manchester United Which team won 14 league games in a row in 2002? Liverpool Arsenal Manchester United Ferguson’s side stormed to the title in 1999-2000, winning their final 11 games of the season. They won their opening game of the next campaign before drawing 1-1 at Ipswich. Milan Share on LinkedIn Soccer Share on Facebook Lyon Which team won 16 league games in a row in 2017? Manchester City Pep Guardiola’s side drew at home against Everton and then did not drop a point until the last day of 2017, when they were held to a 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace. They finished 19 points clear of Manchester United to win the Premier League, having collected 100 points and scored 106 goals. Monaco Leonardo Jardim’s side won their final 12 games of the 2016-17 season on the way to claiming their first Ligue 1 title since 2000. They started the next campaign with four straight wins before a 4-0 thrashing by Nice ended the streak. Bayern Munich Ajax It’s a tough quiz. You’ve done well there Which team won 16 games in a row in 2010 and 2011? Liverpool Topics Bayern Munich Chelsea Oh dear. That is not a good scoreThat is not a good score Share on WhatsApp Benfica It’s a European record. Benfica went more than 11 months without dropping a point as won back-to-back titles. They didn’t lose a game in the 1972-73 season but their run of victories came to an end with a 2-2 draw at Porto. Which team won 13 league games in a row in 2016? It’s a tough quiz. You’ve done well there Juventus You got… It’s a tough quiz. You’ve done well there Chelsea Chelsea’s 3-0 defeat at Arsenal in September 2016 proved to be the catalyst for a stunning upturn in fortunes as new manager Antonio Conte inspired a 13- match winning streak. The run came to an end with a 2-0 defeat to Tottenham but Chelsea still finished the 2016-17 season as Premier League champions. Celtic Henrik Larsson was inspirational in attack as Celtic scored 105 goals and romped to the Scottish Premier League title 17 points clear of Rangers. Share on Twitter You are a football genius Bayern Munich Juventus Which team won 18 league games in a row in 2017? Share via Email Challenge your friends Borussia Dortmund Valencia Liverpool Lyon Bayern Munich Yes, It’s Pep Guardiola again. Bayern cruised to the Bundesliga title but failed to win the Champions League as they suffered a humiliating 5-0 aggregate defeat by Real Madrid in the semi-finals. Paris Saint-Germain Liverpool You are a football genius Chelsea It’s a tough quiz. You’ve done very well there Leicester City Barcelona Sixteen wins in a row is a La Liga record they share with Real Madrid (2016). Despite this incredible run, Pep Guardiola’s side only finished four points clear of Real Madrid that season. Real Madrid Reuse this contentlast_img read more

Arsenal sign Estonian teenager

first_imgTransfers Arsenal beat Man Utd & Juventus to Estonian teen Goal Last updated 1 year ago 18:55 5/23/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Karl Jakob Hein Arsenal Nomme United/Facebook Transfers Arsenal Premier League Nõmme United The Estonia Under 17 international will spend three years with the north London side and is being advised by a former Gunners player Arsenal have beaten Manchester United and Juventus to the signing of 16-year-old goalkeeper Karl Jakob Hein.The Estonia Under 17 international has also attracted interest from Brighton and Southampton, while he had trials at Juventus and German side Ingolstadt. It is Arsenal who have won out, however, as Hein, whose youth team is headed up by ex-Gunners goalkeeper Mart Poom, is set to spend the next three years in the youth academy. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now “The first year is about academic education,” Poom told Postimees Sport .”Two years later, he will be able to play at U18 level, and then he will be in the U23s. Then it depends on him. We hope he will reach the first team. That’s definitely very difficult, but not impossible.”It might be said that he joined Arsenal because of me, but this great decision was made by the boy with his family. Each club had certain advantages and disadvantages. I did not put pressure on him to choose Arsenal, but I promised to support him, no matter what decision he made.”It was, of course, difficult to choose, because this is an extraordinary opportunity for an Estonian these are all three top league clubs, all of which should be very good football education. Arsenal offers him very good conditions for development. “The small advantage with Arsenal is that I know the people there and in the academy. I can keep an eye on him and advise him if necessary.Poom, who spent two seasons at Arsenal overall, talked up the teenager’s prospects and is confident he can go far in the game.”He is talented, hardworking, has the right attitude, a supportive family and big dreams,” he said. “From a physical perspective, he has everything to reach the top. Of course, he must put in a tremendous amount of work for this, to stay healthy and also need some luck.”Hein has already made five appearances for Nomme United in the Esiliiga B and has eight caps for Estonia U17s.last_img read more

Watch: UNC’s Brice Johnson Finds Out About All-American Selection, Jersey Honor

first_imgBrice Johnson on the couch finds out about All American selection and jersey honor.North Carolina senior forward Brice Johnson was named a First Team All-American today by the United States Basketball Writers Association. As a result, he will have his jersey put up in the rafters at the Dean Dome as part of the program’s tradition of honoring All-Americans.The Tar Heels put out a very cool feature showing Johnson finding out about his All-American status from head coach Roy Williams, as his teammates cheered him. The video goes on to include Williams talking about Johnson and Johnson saying how much the honor means to him. If you bleed Carolina blue, this is a must-watch. Watch @bjohnson_23 find out the 1st team All-American selection means his jersey will be in Smith Center rafters!— Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) March 14, 2016last_img read more

Manchester City to compensate victims of child sexual abuse

first_img Next Reuters ManchesterMarch 12, 2019UPDATED: March 12, 2019 16:51 IST Image for representation (Manchester City Photo)HIGHLIGHTSFormer youth coach, Barry Bennell and former junior coach John Broome were found guilty of child sexual abuseCity did not reveal financial details of the scheme, but British media said the club were set to offer millions of pounds in compensationVictims of the most serious crimes will receive six-figure sums in damagesManchester City have launched a compensation scheme for victims of historical child sexual abuse, the English Premier League champions said on Tuesday.The scheme applies to victims of City’s former youth coach, Barry Bennell, who was jailed in 2018 for 30 years on multiple counts of child sexual abuse.The club added an independent investigation had also revealed “serious allegations of child sex abuse” against another former junior coach, John Broome, whose alleged victims will also be eligible for compensation under the scheme.Broome, who worked with City from 1964-71, died in 2010.City did not reveal financial details of the scheme, but British media, including the BBC, reported on Monday that the club were set to offer millions of pounds in compensation.Victims of the most serious crimes will receive six-figure sums in damages while those abused will also receive a personal apology from a senior club official, the BBC reported.”The club reiterates … its heartfelt sympathy to all victims for the unimaginably traumatic experiences that they endured,” City said in a statement on its official website.”All victims were entitled to expect full protection from the kind of harm they suffered as a result of their sexual abuse as children.”Also Read | Things will change: Zinedine Zidane after returning as Real Madrid managerAlso Read | ISL: Bengaluru FC beat NorthEast 3-0 in 2nd leg to reach second consecutive finalAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Manchester CityFollow Premier leagueFollow Child Sexual abuseFollow Barry BennellFollow John Broome Manchester City to compensate victims of child sexual abuseThe scheme applies to victims of City’s former youth coach, Barry Bennell, who was jailed in 2018 for 30 years on multiple counts of child sexual abuseadvertisementlast_img read more

4H Members Gather in Truro for Provincial Show

first_imgYoung people from across the province will gather in Truro to present more than 40 projects to the public, participate in various competitions, and have fun during the annual Nova Scotia 4-H show. From Friday, Sept. 30 to Sunday, Oct. 2, 4-H members, their families and friends will take part in the provincial 4-H competition and show at the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition Grounds in Truro. “The 4-H program is an excellent leadership program for young people, helping them become confident, responsible citizens and future community leaders,” said Chris d’Entremont, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. “The annual show is an opportunity for 4-H members and volunteers to work together as a team and show good sportsmanship.” The three-day event includes livestock competitions, a fashion show, a floral arranging competition, dog obedience and handling trials, a tug-of-war competition, livestock auctions, and displays and selections for the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. “The 4-H show is a fantastic way to showcase the 4-H experience,” said Elizabeth Crouse, manager of 4-H and rural organizations. “For 83 years our 4-H program has taught lifelong learning skills that develop young people into responsible, community-minded citizens. Our young people and volunteer leaders develop confidence to try new things, meet new people, broaden their interests and learn by doing.” A national survey of 4-H alumni found that 4-H has a lasting and positive impact on the lives of its members and families. Seventy-eight per cent felt the knowledge and skills learned in 4-H continue to benefit them in their adult years, while 69 per cent said parents and families benefitted from the 4-H experience. This year 2,400 4-H members, 1,000 4-H leaders and their families are eligible to attend the 4-H show. Competitions begin in the evening on Friday, Sept. 30 and continue until noon on Sunday, Oct. 2. The public is welcome to attend and admission is free.last_img read more

Message in a bottle Romantic NS mystery no longer romantic or mysterious

first_imgHALIFAX – A wedding-day “message in a bottle” mystery has been solved — but it’s not the happy ending many would have hoped.Danita Sawler of Martin’s Point, N.S., opened up a bottle her late father had found on a beach off Oak Island and found a tantalizing note inside.Written on a paper doily and dated April 15, 2000, it read: “Frank and Judy were wed in the sight of God. If this is ever found please know that these two people are extremely happy in their faith and in each other.”Sawler said her father, Robert Hirtle, found the bottle sometime before he passed away in December 2001 at the age of 77, and she didn’t open up the bottle until recently.When she found the note, she became entranced by the romance and embarked on a mission to find the “newlyweds.”After her story was told by Global News and Frank was found, the unromantic truth was revealed: Frank and Judy are no longer together.“That’s long in the past and I’d rather not dig that up,” said Frank, a Nova Scotian who asked that his last name not be used.Frank says the couple was indeed married on April 15, 2000, and stayed at the Oak Island hotel now known as the Atlantica Oak Island Resort and Conference Centre. They wrote the note that evening and sent the bottle out into the water.“I guess the bottle didn’t go very far,” he said.The couple went their separate ways in 2010 and Frank says he’d rather not have the bottle returned or rehash the past.He did, however, say the sentiments of that note were very real.“It was true at the time,” he said.(Global News)last_img read more


first_imgTHE DEEPLocal Production Company: Bad Angels Productions Ltd.Director: Scott StewartExec. Producer(s): Emily Whitesell, Eric WaldProducer: Tracey JeffreyPM: Mel WeisbaumPC: Stacey A. HarrisLM: Kirk JohnsALM: W. Robert Millar, Jason DurocherExtras: James ForsythProduction Address: 3500 Cornet Road Building X, Vancouver BC V5M 2H5Sched: Sep 30/16 – Oct 21/16Email: thedeeppilot@gmail.comTel: 604-453-4950.TV SeriesALTERED CARBON ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Altered Carbon Productions I Inc.Director: Miguel Sapochnik, Nicholas HurranExec. Producer(s): Laeta Kalogridis, Steve Blackman, Ralph WinterProducer: John LenicPM: Cecil O’Connor, Eva Morgan (UM)PC: Corine BuffelLM: Rino PaceALM: Jason CollierProduction Address: 12091 88th Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W 3J5Sched: Sep 28/16 – Jun 20/17Email: alteredcarbonoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 503 5388.ARROW ~ SEASON 5Local Production Company: Oliver Queen Films – A Division of Hannah Rachel Production Services Ltd.Director: James Bamford, Antonio NegretExec. Producer(s): Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Wendy MericleProducer: Todd PittsonPM: Michael PotkinsPC: Fawn McDonaldLM: Kirk Adamson, Bill BurnsALM: David Costello, Cory Pioveson, Sean GrantExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road, Building B, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Jul 05/16 – Apr 19/17Email: info@arrowproductionoffice.comTel: 604-453-4720.BATES MOTEL ~ SEASON 5Local Production Company: GEP Bates Motel Inc.Director: Sarah BoydExec. 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Producer(s): Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Phil Klemmer, Chris FedakProducer: Vladimir StefoffPM: Catou KearneyPC: Anita TrueloveLM: Trevor Metz, Peter KlassenALM: Bonnie Northcott, Cole Boughton, Andrew MarlesExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 200 – 8085 Glenwood Drive, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jul 18/16 – Jan 10/17Email: production@waveriderfilms.comTel: 604-639-1855.FREQUENCY ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: 1996 Films, a division of Adjacent Production Services IncDirector: Tara Nicole Weyr, John ShowalterExec. Producer(s): Jennifer Gwartz, Jeremy Carver, John KretchmerProducer: David RoessellPM: Jennifer Carpenter HernandezPC: Melissa CrichLM: Jack Veldhuis, Sara DoneALM: Wayne Toews, Dan Moore, Brian McWhaExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: P2 – 8165 Glenwood Drive, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jul 25/16 – Dec 13/16Email: frequency@vancouverproductionoffice.comTel: 604-674-0528.GIRLFRIEND’S GUIDE TO DIVORCE ~ SEASON 3Local Production Company: GEP Girlfriends Inc.Director: Andy Wolk, Robbie McNeillExec. Producer(s): Marti Noxon, Meryl Poster, Vicki Iovine, Robbie McNeilProducer: Clara GeorgePM: Christina ToyPC: Almaz TadegeLM: Darryl Griffiths, Ritch RenaudALM: Jessica Feskun, Katie KiddExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road Building E, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Aug 15/16 – Oct 24/16Email: gfgprodoffice@gmail.comTel: 604-453-4830.ICE ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Diamond Ice CDN Productions Inc.Director: Ashley John Way, Thomas CarterExec. Producer(s): Sharon Hall, Antoine Fuqua, Robert MunicProducer: Craig ForrestPM: Lisa TowersPC: Mark TachovskyLM: David Tamkin, Kent SponagleALM: Hayley Read, Graeme BlatherwickExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 8355 Riverbend Court, Burnaby BC, V3N 5E7Sched: Aug 08/16 – Dec 23/16Email: icetelevision2016@gmail.comTel: 604-449-3630.IMAGINARY MARY ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Pico Productions (BC) Ltd.Director: Luke Greenfield, Fred GossExec. Producer(s): A. Goldberg, D. Guarascio, D. Robinson, P. Osborne, S. LevyProducer: Ron FrenchPM: Alexia DrozPC: Jennifer AichholzLM: Braden JenningsALM: Kevin Anderson, Karen H. EsprezExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 4961 Byrne Road, Burnaby, BC, V5J 3H6Sched: Aug 22/16 – Oct 28/16Email: imaginarymaryoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 435 7112 ** hiatus Oct 10-14**.IZOMBIE ~ SEASON 3Local Production Company: Zombie I Films, A Division of Hannah-Rachel Production Services LimitedDirector: Michael Fields, Michael WaleExec. Producer(s): Rob Thomas, Diane Ruggerio-Wright, Danielle Stokdyk, Dan EtheridgeProducer: Scott GrahamPM: Tanja KnightPC: Blair Hackman, Shalia EdlLM: Sheri MayervichALM: Mike Bogdanovich, Rob Amar, Angela RiceExtras: Doreen FerreiraProduction Address: 210 – 555 Brooksbank Avenue, Building 10, North Vancouver, BC, V7J 3S5Sched: Jul 25/16 – Jan 09/17Email: izombieoffice@gmail.comTel: 604-983-5656.LOST IN SPACELocal Production Company: Mayflower Productions Inc.Producer: Brad Van ArragonPM: Colleen MitchellPC: Lauren StopeLM: Michael GazetasALM: Jon CairnsProduction Address: 2400 Boundary Road, Burnaby, BC, V5M3Z3Sched: Jan 23/17 – Jun 26/17Email: lisproductionoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 292 5010.LOUDERMILKLocal Production Company: Loudermilk Production 1 (BC) Inc.Director: Peter FarrellyExec. Producer(s): Mark Burg, David Guillod, Bobby Mort, Peter FarrellyProducer: Jonathan SchwartzPM: Darcy WildPC: Taare Belton-BodsworthLM: Dominic MainALM: Jason LiadisExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 101 – 3750 North Fraser Way, Burnaby, BC, V5J 5E9Sched: Oct 24/16 – Dec 19/16Tel: 604 436 0528.LUCIFER ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: Lightbringer Films, a Division of Hannah Rachel Productions Services Ltd.Director: Nathan Hope, Greg BeemanExec. Producer(s): Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathon Littman, Joe Henderson, Ildy Modrovich, Len Wiseman, Tom KapinosProducer: Preston FischerPM: Bonnie BenwickPC: Patricia FosterLM: Greg Astop, Janet McCairnsALM: Karen Gabriel, John Knowlton, Matthew HallExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 8035 Glenwood Drive, 3rd Floor, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jun 20/16 – Dec 01/16Email: lucifer2prodoffice@gmail.comTel: 604-639-1850 **hiatus Oct 10-12**.MECH-X4 ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: Bay City Productions Ltd.Director: Eric Dean Seaton, Jem GarrardExec. Producer(s): Anupam Nigam, Steve Marmel, Zach LipovskyProducer: Brian Hamilton, Ian HayPM: Ian R. SmithPC: Amy MorrisonLM: Amy BaragerALM: Brad Erickson, Matthew VilleneuveExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 26345 62nd Avenue, Aldergrove BC, V4W 1L8Sched: Sep 19/16 – Mar 14/17Email: mechx4season2@gmail.comTel: 604-381-1200 **hiatus Oct 14-24**.MY SO-CALLED WIFE ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: GEP My Wife Inc.Director: Adam Brooks, Wayne YipExec. Producer(s): Adam Brooks, Paul AdelsteinProducer: Patty LongPM: Warren CarrPC: Simon CarriganLM: Dan Kuzmenko,Heather VedanALM: Kory Orban, Bob McQuarrieExtras: Andrea BrownProduction Address: 4084 McConnell Court, Suite 200, Burnaby, BC, V5A 3L8Sched: Aug 29/16 – Nov 28/16Email: mscwprod@gmail.comTel: 604-449-3610.NO TOMORROW ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: First Cut Productions Inc.Director: Allan Arkush, Brad SiberlingExec. Producer(s): Connie Brinkerhoff, Maggie Friedman, Ben Silverman, Sean Canino, Brad SilberlingProducer: Grace GilroyPM: Casey Nelson-Zutter, Sheri Thomas (UM)PC: Beverly SuttonLM: Jendrek KowalskiALM: Kris Kadzielski, Karissa King, Karen SandersonExtras: Sandra CouldwellProduction Address: 330-555 Brooksbank Avenue, Bld. 9, North Vancouver, BC, V7J 3S5Sched: Aug 23/16 – Dec 21/16Email: production@s1notomorrow.comTel: 604-983-5111.ONCE UPON A TIME ~ SEASON 6Local Production Company: Stage 49 Ltd.Director: Jennifer Lynch, Mairzee AlmasExec. Producer(s): Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz, Steve PearlmanProducer: Kathy GilroyPM: Dennis SwartmanPC: Shaun McKinlay, Lukasz MadziagLM: Scott Walden, Sean WolputALM: Cillian Woods, M. Ross EfflerExtras: Lisa RatkeProduction Address: 2400 Boundary Road, Burnaby, BC, V5M 3Z3Sched: Jul 07/15 – Mar 31/17Tel: 604-292-8300.RIVERDALE ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Shadow Lake Films, A Division of Adjacent Production Services Inc.Director: Mark Piznarski, Jesse WarnExec. Producer(s): Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Jon GoldwaterProducer: JB MoranvillePM: Tim SeradaPC: Lynne TaylorLM: Michael LeGresleyALM: Peter Drozdzik, Stephen SangsterExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 2-20146 100A Avenue, Langley, BC, V1M 3G2Sched: Sep 07/16 – Feb 09/17Email: riverdale.season1@gmail.comTel: 778 298 6344.ROGUE ~ SEASON 4Local Production Company: Undercover Rogue 4 Productions IncDirector: Robert LiebermanExec. Producer(s): Robert PetroviczPM: Bradley JubenvillPC: Judith SwanLM: Desiree YoungALM: Quentin Johnston, Kelly McKeigan, John MacCullochExtras: Kit HaywardProduction Address: 3500 Comett Road, Bld. K, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Jul 18/16 – Oct 15/16Email: rogueseason4@gmail.comTel: 604-453-4710.SUPERGIRL ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: National City Films, a division of Adjacent Production Services Inc.Director: Glen Winter, Stefan PleszczynskiExec. Producer(s): Allison Adler, Andrew Kreisberg, Sarah Schechtter, Greg Berlanti, Geoff JohnsProducer: Greg Berlanti, Michael Cedar, Michael Grass, Ted Sullivan, Hilton SmithPM: Chris Pavoni, Camille Verschooris (UM)PC: Hudson CooleyLM: Trevor Brokop, Monty BannisterALM: Kelsey Fonda, James Clark, Sean Meade, Joshua PickensExtras: Doreen FerreiraProduction Address: 20146 100A Avenue Unit 1, Langley BC, V1M 3G2Sched: Jul 25/16 – Apr 26/17Email: supergirlseasontwo@gmail.comTel: 604 371 2614.SUPERNATURAL ~ SEASON 12Local Production Company: Supernatural 5 Films Inc.Director: Philip J. Sgriccia, Robert SingerExec. Producer(s): Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Eugenie Ross-Leaming, Phil Sgriccia, Brad BucknerProducer: Jim Michaels, Craig MathesonPM: Craig MathesonPC: Jason FischerLM: Russell Hamilton, Scott HarperALM: Tarina Colledge, Brent McCorkle, Melanie O’DonnellExtras: La HiltsProduction Address: 8085 Glenwood Drive, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jul 12/16 – Apr 26/17Email: supernaturalfilms@gmail.comTel: 604-529-1466.THE 100 ~ SEASON 4Local Production Company: 100 Films – A Division of Hannah Rachel Production Service Ltd.Director: Timothy Scanlan, Omar MadhaExec. Producer(s): Jason Rothenberg, Les MorgensteinProducer: Jae MarchantPM: Aren OphoffPC: Susan CrawfordLM: David HalifaxALM: Michael Hauka, Patrick SubarskyExtras: Doreen FerreiraProduction Address: 9110 196A Street, Langley, BC, V1M 3B4Sched: Aug 02/16 – Jan 16/17Email: the100office@gmail.comTel: 604-371-1414.THE ARRANGEMENT ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: GEP Arrangement Inc.Director: Jonas PateExec. Producer(s): Jonathan Abrahams, Peter LhotkaProducer: Peter LhotkaPM: Richard BullockPC: Jerry PenderLM: Teresa GoughALM: Chani SchmidtExtras: Kit HaywardProduction Address: 230 – 555 Brooksbank Avenue Building 9, North Vancouver, BC, V7J 3S5Sched: Jul 25/16 – Nov 02/16Email: arrangementseries@gmail.comTel: 604 983 5151.THE FLASH ~ SEASON 3Local Production Company: Central City Films, a Division of Hannah-Rachel Production Services Ltd.Director: Dermott Downs, Rachel TalalayExec. Producer(s): Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Sarah Schechter, Aaron Helbing, Todd HelbingProducer: JP FinnPM: Brent Crowell, Sean Osmack (UM)PC: Lukia CzerninLM: Greg Jackson, Alan BartolicALM: Tiffany Martin, Kirk Renard, Corrie AlexanderExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road, Building C, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Jul 07/16 – Apr 21/17Email: production@theflashoffice.comTel: 604-453-4980.THE MAGICIANS ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: GEP Magicians Inc.Director: Joshua Butler, James ConwayExec. Producer(s): John McNamara, Sera Gamble, Michael London, Janice WilliamsProducer: Mitch Engel, Chris FisherPM: Matthew ChiperaPC: Jill McQueenLM: Mary Jo Beirnes, Peter PantagesALM: Ithon Harrison-Jones, Lisa BlaxleyExtras: James ForsythProduction Address: 8275 Manitoba Street, Vancouver, BC, V5X 4L8Sched: Jun 27/16 – Nov 10/16Email: themagiciansoffice@gmail.comTel: 604-336-6200.TIMELESS ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Pico Productions (BC) Ltd.Director: Charles Beeson, John TerleskyProducer: Shawn WilliamsonPM: Paul LukaitisPC: Alison StephenLM: Michael Roberts, Myles LennigALM: Derek Sutherland, Mark Soderberg, Jenna ChalmerExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 8820 Northbrook Court, Burnaby, BC V5T 5J1Sched: Jul 22/16 – Dec 15/16Email: timelessprodoffice@gmail.comTel: 604-431-5502.WHEN CALLS THE HEART ~ SEASON 4Local Production Company: WCTH 4 Productions Inc.Director: Neil Fearnley, Michael Landon Jr.Producer: Vicki Sotheran, Greg MalcolmPM: Simon RichardsonPC: Michael LienExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 2939 Bainbridge Avenue, Burnaby, BCSched: Aug 22/16 – Dec 12/16Email: wcthprod@gmail.comTel: 604-420-2006.YOU ME HER ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: You Me Her Productions II BC IncDirector: Sara St. OngeExec. Producer(s): Armand Leo, John Scott Shepherd, Peter JaysonProducer: Darcy Wild, Jonanthan SchwartzPM: Dale CornickPC: Christopher LangfordLM: Paul LougheedALM: Dawne SchablerExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 8-3888 North Fraser Way, Burnaby BC, V5J 5H6Sched: Sep 26/16 – Nov 10/16Email: ymhprod@gmail.comTel: 604 419 0428.Doc SeriesJADE FEVER 3Local Production Company: Jade 3 ProductionsDirector: variousExec. Producer(s): David Gullason, Gabriela SchonbachPC: Janet KendrickLM: Coleen MacEachernProduction Address: #350 – 2285 Clark Drive, Vancouver, BC V5N 3G9Sched: Jun 06/16 – Oct 31/16Email: jadefevers3@gmail.comTel: 604 684-8025.Reality / LifestyleTHE BACHELORETTELocal Production Company: Good Human ProductionsDirector: Michael MargolisPM: Amber VervilleProduction Address: 200-460 Nanaimo Street, Vancouver, BC, V5L 4W3Sched: Mar 19/16 – Oct 31/16Tel: 604 563 1121.MOW1922Local Production Company: 1922 Productions Inc.Director: Zac HilditchExec. Producer(s): Shawn Williamson, Jamie Goehring, Kevin LeesonPM: Robert LycarPC: Joey SetterLM: Rico MielnickiALM: Jason YeeExtras: Stephanie BoekeProduction Address: 2484 Renfrew St, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2K2Sched: Sep 30/16 – Nov 04/16Email: 1922prodoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 215 1656.A CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBERLocal Production Company: CTR Productions Inc.Director: David WeaverExec. Producer(s): Shawn WilliamsonProducer: Jamie Goehring, Trevor McWhinneyPM: Michelle SamuelsPC: Terri GarbuttLM: Christina OllsonALM: Robert BrickerProduction Address: 2400 Boundary Road, Burnaby, BC, V5M 3Z3Sched: Oct 11/16 – Oct 29/16Email: christmastorememberprodoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 628 3090.ACTION No.1Local Production Company: Canadian Movement Productions Inc.Exec. Producer(s): Paul Young, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas LennonPM: Deboragh GablerPC: Rose LeeLM: Gabe SallusProduction Address: 222 2400 Boundary Road, Vancouver, BC, V5M 3Z3Sched: Oct 28/16 – Nov 18/16Email: comicbookcaper@gmail.comTel: 604 628 3150.ANGEL IN TRAININGCompany: Front Street PicturesDirector: Paul M. ShapiroProducer: Harvey KahnPM: Jamie LakePC: Yale KussinLM: Steven Sach, Nancy LarmanALM: Keegan Carson, Edison FarfanExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 1950 Franklin Street, Vancouver BC, V5L 1R2Sched: Sep 12/16 – Oct 06/16Tel: 604-257-4720.CHRISTMAS CAROLLocal Production Company: Carol and Company Productions Ltd.Director: Terry IngramExec. Producer(s): Harvey KahnPM: Chrystal RemmeyPC: Yale KussinLM: Michael FariasALM: Lindsay WalkerProduction Address: 1950 Franklin Street, Vancouver, BC, V5L 1R2Sched: Oct 11/16 – Oct 29/16Tel: 604 257 4720.COP AND A HALF 2Local Production Company: 50 Degrees Cop Productions Ltd.Director: Jonathan RosenbaumProducer: Charles Lyall, Dan AngelPM: Michele FutermanPC: Karen Pelrine-AbsLM: David FullertonALM: Mark WilmotProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road Bld. N, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Sep 27/16 – Oct 27/16Email: 50degreesoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 453 4910.ESCAPE FROM MR LEMONCELLO’S LIBRARYLocal Production Company: Lemoncello Productions Inc.Director: Scott McAboyExec. Producer(s): Scott McAboyProducer: Amy SydorickPM: Wayne BennettPC: Ron PachkowskiLM: Tracey ReynardALM: Dylan KraemerExtras: James ForsythProduction Address: 110-550 Brooksbank Avenue – Bld. 10, North Vancouver, BC, V7J 3S5Sched: Sep 19/16 – Oct 24/16Email: lemoncelloproductions@gmail.comTel: 604 983 5211.POPSTARDirector: Leslie LibmanProducer: Harvey KahnPM: Jill ChristensenPC: Yale KussinLM: Geoff DoddALM: Valerie L. MendozaExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 1950 Franklin Street, Vancouver BC, V5L 1R2Sched: Sep 19/16 – Oct 14/16Tel: 604-257-4720.RUNAWAY SLEIGHLocal Production Company: Sleigh Productions Inc.Director: Marita GrabiakProducer: Oliver De CaignyPM: Navid SoofiPC: Matthew SantoroLM: John RollinsALM: Brendon OlsenExtras: La HiltsProduction Address: 2963 Lake City Way, Burnaby, BC, V3S 3H6Sched: Sep 26/16 – Oct 17/16Email: acemow@gmail.comTel: 778 927 1280.STORY OF A GIRLDirector: Kyra SedgwickProducer: Adrian Salpeter, Shawn Angelski, Liz Levine, Martin FisherPM: Adrian CoxPC: Dee KlapwykLM: David AngelskiALM: Sean JmaeffExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 1425 Charles Street, Vancouver BC, V5L 2S7Sched: Sep 11/16 – Oct 11/16Email: storyofagirlprods@gmail.comTel: 604-253-0201.THE BABYSITTERCompany: Odyssey MediaDirector: George MendelukExec. Producer(s): Kirk ShawPM: Eda LishmanPC: Marina GarciaLM: Chandra NagALM: Chris McLeanExtras: Laurie Pavon SolisProduction Address: 2412 Columbia Street, Vancouver BC, V5Y 3E6Sched: Sep 19/16 – Sep 30/16Email: wrongbabysitter@gmail.comTel: 604-638-4890×123.THE LAIRLocal Production Company: Bad Angels Productions Ltd.Director: Kenny OrtegaExec. Producer(s): Wendy Japhet, Kenny OrtegaProducer: Shawn WilliamsonPD: Mark HofelingPM: Thierry TanguyPC: Bobby GormanLM: Matt PalmerALM: Jeevan RaiExtras: Andrea HughesProduction Address: 2400 Boundary Road, Suite 601, Burnaby, BC, V5M 3Z3Sched: Sep 08/16 – Oct 28/16Email: thelairproduction@gmail.comTel: 604 292 8410.THIS OLD HOMICIDE: A FIXER UPPER MYSTERYLocal Production Company: Fixup Production (BC) Inc.Director: Mark JeanProducer: Harvey KahnPM: Allen LewisPC: Miles GorovichLM: Paul RussellALM: Steve KinghornExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 2621 Douglas Street – Lower Level, Victoria, BC, V8T 4M2Sched: Oct 03/16 – Oct 21/16Tel: 778 265 6371.WOMAN ON THE RUNLocal Production Company: Woman on the Run Productions Inc.Director: Jason BourqueProducer: Oliver De CaignyPM: Navid SoofiPC: Matthew SantoroLM: John RollinsALM: Brendon OlsenProduction Address: 2963 Lake City Way, Burnaby, BC, V5A 2Z6Sched: Oct 24/16 – Nov 09/16Email: ace2mow@gmail.comTel: 778 927 1280 Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twittercenter_img Advertisement Facebook Every week Creative BC publishes a list of current productions that are shooting, or about to shoot, in British Columbia. The information provided is current as of OCTOBER 11, 2016.Feature FilmBEAUTIFUL VOICELocal Production Company: Beautiful Voice Pictures Inc.Director: Paul ZillerExec. Producer(s): John CurtisProducer: Alexandra JulsonPM: George GrievePC: Pam GilliesLM: Matheson KincaidProduction Address: 3171 Lakecity Way, Burnaby, BC, V5A 3A3Sched: Oct 24/16 – Dec 14/16Email: beautifulvoicepictures@gmail.comTel: 604 421 4687.INDIAN ROAD TRIPDirector: Allan HopkinsProducer: Allan HopkinsDOP: Andy HodgsonPM: Elicia HarrisLM: Mis’el AbramsProduction Address: c/o Business Office 2035 Panorama Drive, North Vancouver, BC, V7G 1V2Sched: Sep 22/16 – Oct 11/16Email: roadtripoffice@gmail.comTel: 604 929 4759.OLLIELocal Production Company: TCF Vancouver Productions Ltd.Director: Shane BlackExec. Producer(s): John DavisProducer: Bill BannermanPD: Martin WhistPM: Michael WilliamsPC: Steve Cainas, Cathy FullertonLM: Monty BannisterALM: Sean MeadeExtras: Andrea BrownProduction Address: 2880 Underhill Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5A 3C5Sched: Oct 17/16 – Feb 08/17Email: olliefilmproduction@gmail.comTel: 604-637-4800 **Hiatus: Aug 15 – Oct 14**.THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN USLocal Production Company: TCF Vancouver Productions Ltd.Director: Hany Abu AssadProducer: Becki TrujilloPM: Penny GibbsPC: Michele PicardLM: Robin MounseySched: Dec 01/16 – Feb 17/17Email: tcfmountain@gmail.comTel: 778 730 0253.TULLYLocal Production Company: Tully Productions BC Inc.Director: Jason ReitmanExec. Producer(s): Ron McLeodProducer: Aaron Gilbert, AJ. Dix, Beth Kono, Helen Estabrooke, Jason Reitman, Mason NovickPM: Ron McLeodPC: Rhona WilliscroftLM: Dan CarrALM: Jason KentExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 6952 Merritt Avenue, Bunaby, BC, V5J 4R6Sched: Sep 22/16 – Nov 02/16Email: tullyproductionsbc@gmail.comTel: 604 428 8912.WILLIAMLocal Production Company: William Productions IncDirector: Tim DisneyExec. Producer(s): Bill HaneyProducer: Jonathan DeBoisPM: Paula KyanPC: Plamena KoutzarovaLM: Shafik ChernovskyALM: Jerome TurnerExtras: Laurie Pavon – SolisProduction Address: 4300 North Fraser Way, Burnaby BC, V5J 5J8Sched: Sep 28/16 – Oct 30/16Email: williamproductionoffice@gmail.comTel: 236-521-0130.TV PilotA MIDSUMMER’S NIGHTMARELocal Production Company: Midsummer CAD Productions Inc.Director: Gary FlederExec. Producer(s): Jeff Kwatinetz, Josh Barry, Gary FlederProducer: Jim O’GradyPM: Ian BirkettPC: Cathy FullertonLM: Mark VoyceALM: Robert ArchibaldProduction Address: 2880 Underhill Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5A 3C5Sched: Nov 01/16 – Oct 18/16Email: midsummeroffice@gmail.comTel: 604 637 4750.LET THE RIGHT ONE INLocal Production Company: LTP Productions Inc.Director: Euros LynExec. Producer(s): Jeff Davis, Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements, Joe GenierProducer: Chris FossPD: Tom HallbauerPM: Robyn WienerPC: Melyssa DaviesLM: Shawn FlynnALM: Mike McAreeCasting: Tiffany MakProduction Address: Riverview Admin Bld., 2601 Lougheed Hwy., Coquitlam, BC, V3C 4J2Sched: Oct 21/16 – Nov 10/16Email: read more

TSX closes higher Wall Street mixed as oil settles above US50 a

TORONTO — Oil prices settled above US$50 a barrel for the first time in nearly a year, helping lift the commodity-heavy Toronto stock market.The July benchmark contract for West Texas Intermediate crude closed 67 cents higher to US$50.36.That’s the first time oil has settled above the US$50 mark since last July.Rising oil prices also helped the loonie, which climbed 0.22 of a U.S. cent to 78.30 cents US.In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was up 89.45 points at 14,365.61, driven by gains in energy and bank stocks.On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average added 17.95 points at 17,938.28, the broader S&P 500 composite index advanced 2.72 points to 2,112.13 and the Nasdaq composite fell 6.96 points to 4,961.75.In other commodities, July natural gas was down 1.5 cents at US$2.45 per mmBTU, August gold fell $4 to US$1,243.40 an ounce and July copper contracts fell 6.8 cents to US$2.05 a pound. read more

Subramanian Swamy proposes giving MR top Indian award

Subramanian Swamy was in Sri Lanka recently where he met Rajapaksa to invite him to attend an event in India. “…just as we have awarded Bharat Ratna to Mandela for freeing his people we should award MR for freeing his people and Bharatiyas from LTTE terror,” Subramanian Swamy tweeted. India’s ruling party politician Subramanian Swamy has proposed giving former President Mahinda Rajapaksa India’s top civilian award.Swamy tweeted saying Rajapaksa should be given the Bharat Ratna award for dfeating the LTTE. The Bharat Ratna, which was instituted in 1954 by the government of India, is the country’s highest and most prestigious civilian award and ranks seventh in the order of precedence.The award is given “in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order”. It is a merit-based award and is presented to the winners without any distinction of position, race, sex, or occupation. Prior to 2011, the award was only given for achievements in the fields of science, arts, literature, and public services.However, in December 2011, achievements in “any field of human endeavour” was also included thereby expanding the criteria of the awards. Every year, a maximum of three awards are presented. The Bharat Ratna awards are given by the President of India; however, the recommendations are made by the Prime Minister. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Maithripala reveals he offered Sajith PM post

President Maithripala Sirisena today revealed that he had offered the post of Prime Minister to United National Party Parliamentarian Sajith Premadasa.He said that he had talks with Premadasa before the post was offered to Mahinda Rajapaksa. Sirisena said that Premadasa had refused to go against Ranil Wickremesinghe and so he turned down the offer. He said that Jayasuriya had agreed to accept the post but later turned up at his house with Ranil Wickremesinghe saying he cannot work against Wickremesinghe.The President accused Wickremesinghe of working against national interests and this forced him to look at other options. The President said that the post was also offered to Speaker Karu Jayasuriya. He said that after Karu Jayasuriya and Sajith Premadasa had refused to accept the post he decided to pick Mahinda Rajapaksa as Prime Minister, and he has no regrets about the decision. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Nintendo profit drops on exchange rate despite sales boost

TOKYO — Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. has reported its fiscal first quarter profit dipped to about half of what it was a year earlier despite improved sales as an unfavourable exchange rate eroded earnings.Nintendo said Tuesday its profit in the April-June quarter totalled 16.6 billion yen ($153 million), down from 30.6 billion yen the year before. Quarterly sales rose 2% to 172 billion yen ($1.6 billion).Nintendo sold 2.13 million Nintendo Switch machines for the period.The Switch is a hybrid game machine that works both as a console and a tablet. More than 36.87 million consoles have been sold since sales began about two years ago.Nintendo’s forecasts for the fiscal year were unchanged at 180 billion yen ($1.7 billion) profit on 1.25 trillion yen ($11.5 billion) sales.The Associated Press read more

John Ivison Andrew Scheer lacks sizzle but that may be just what

PARKSVILLE, B.C. — Feet were tapping and snowy heads nodding, as Cracklin’ Rosie blasted over the PA system in a packed auditorium. This was verdant pasture for any Conservative leader — the jewel of Vancouver Island, where eagles nest and Canadians come to retire. The room was full of what one of my millennial colleagues rather ungraciously referred to as “cotton-tops”.They cheered enthusiastically for local businessman Byron Horner, the Conservative leader’s warm-up act and the candidate in the riding of Courtenay-Alberni that was lost to the NDP in 2015.“It’s only 36 days until Andrew Scheer is elected prime minister,” he said.The response was good-natured and courteous but lacked conviction, as if the audience did not really believe that the affable, modest, decent man in front of them has the royal jelly needed to lead and inspire. The problem with electoral politics is that no-one really knows what turns a worker into a queen bee and it is often too late when voters discover their preferred candidate is not equipped for the office.But Scheer’s lack of sizzle may work in his favour.The Conservatives have placed all their money on black — as in families and governments being in the black.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below. Federal election 2019 roundup: People’s Party of Canada invited to official leaders’ debates Liberals raise questions about Conservative candidate who previously appeared in a video with Faith Goldy Liberals are the only ones trying to reopen abortion debate, Andrew Scheer says Scheer frames the election as a stark choice: “This is about your future. Will this be a country where you struggle to get by, or a country where life is affordable. That’s what this federal election will come down to.”He runs the risk of being branded a one-trick pony. The repertoire for this particular circus horse has, thus far, been limited to tax cuts and credits, while broader issues like climate change, housing and healthcare have been barely mentioned.But it may prove that the cost of living is the overwhelming concern of voters and carries this most self-effacing of politicians to power.On Sunday in Surrey, British Columbia, Scheer unveiled a central plank of his platform — the universal tax cut that will reduce the lowest tax bracket from 15 per cent to 13.75 per cent.The Conservatives say the average individual will save $444 a year, though some experts suggest the amount will be less. Regardless, its scope means it’s costly — up to $7 billion a year when fully implemented, according to the Parliamentary Budget Office.Scheer has already announced other measures designed to reduce the cost of living — taking the tax off home heating bills, making maternity benefits tax free, restoring a Harper-era public transit credit and, of course, cancelling the carbon tax (a measure that received wild applause in Parksville, even though its repeal wouldn’t affect B.C., which has its own carbon pricing scheme).The repertoire for this particular circus horse has, thus far, been limited to tax cuts and creditsScheer went back to the future again on Monday, announcing in Lake Country, B.C., that a Conservative government would bring back the children’s tax credits for sports and arts.The broad-based tax cut has been well-received as the most efficient way to put money in the hands of all taxpayers. There will be whinging about the restoration of boutique credits that complicate the tax code. Scheer’s justification is that 80 per cent of middle-class families pay more tax than four years ago — a figment of his imagination based on a Fraser Institute study that somehow omitted to include the $22 billion the government transfers to families through Canada Child Benefit.But there is no doubt the cumulative effect of the Scheer package would be to increase the disposable income of families struggling with rising prices.Amidst the artifice and phoniness of the campaign, Scheer hosted a roundtable of voters (presumably Conservative voters) that introduced some authenticity to the proceedings. Regardless of their affiliation, the stories rang true. One man talked about the stress on the family finances that forced him to take a second job to help put his four kids through school. “But the more you work, the more you get taxed,” he said.Another man — a realtor — talked about the “war on first-time homeowners” that has resulted from the stress test on first-time homeowners introduced by the Liberals. Scheer hinted there will be a specific measure aimed at helping buyers trapped in uncompetitive mortgage rates but unable to switch lenders because of the stress test.The Conservative leader’s problem is that all these spending commitments put even more pressure on the public finances, just as he has repeated his pledge to balance the budget within five years of taking office.He runs the risk of being branded a one-trick ponyOn Sunday, he said a Conservative government would end “wasteful Liberal spending”, such as the $250 million committed to the Asian Infrastructure Bank.On Monday, he invoked memories of Brian Mulroney’s comment about issuing federal bureaucrats with “pink slips and running shoes” when he said as prime minister he would “control the rate of growth of government departments”.This is a gift for the Liberals who will revive their attacks linking Scheer and Ontario premier Doug Ford’s austerity measures.There’s not much about this campaign that is particularly edifying. The mud being slung on day six was about which party had closer links to professional controversialist, Faith Goldy.Justin Trudeau’s campaign slogan when he ran for the Liberal leadership was Goethe’s invocation to “dream no small dreams”.Scheer’s weaponization of the tax code does not suggest a leader who dreams big.Canadians are now faced with a choice for prime minister between a dreamer who tends to disappoint and a more pedestrian but predictable pretender.• Email: | Twitter: read more

Electric skateboard crash kills man just weeks after YouTube star dies on

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Emily Hartridge, who became the first person in Britain killed in an electric scooter crash In a crackdown following her death Metropolitan Police officers caught 100 illegal e-scooter riders in London.The Metropolitan Police said that people caught driving the scooters are usually given a warning, but 10 were fined and had their vehicles seized in the crackdown across the capital.E-scooters are similar in design to a traditional child’s scooter but are powered by an electric motor and can reach speeds of more than 30mph. A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: “We are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured while riding an electric skateboard in Stoke Row, Oxfordshire.”The incident happened on the main road, which is unnamed, in the village of Stoke Row on Wednesday, July 17 at about 7.30pm.”The victim, a 38-year-old man, was riding his skateboard when it is believed he fell from it, causing him a serious head injury.”He was taken to hospital by air ambulance for treatment where he remains in a serious condition.”Investigating officer, Police constable Mark Dunne, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “I am appealing to anyone who saw this incident, or who saw the victim using his skateboard prior to the collision, to get in touch.”I would also like to speak to any drivers who have dash-cam footage relating to the incident. If you can help, please call Thames Valley Police on 101.”Grant Salmon, the bar manager of the Cherry Tree Inn in Stoke Row, paid tribute to Mr Visser, describing him as “a lovely guy”.He said: “He used to come in regularly and buy everyone drinks, including the staff after they had finished their shifts. Metropolitan Police officers in Islington, London, talk to people about the risk of riding e-scooters, which are currently illegal to use on public highways, including pavements. A man has died in hospital after being seriously injured when his electric skateboard crashed in Oxfordshire, raising further concern over the use of electrified scooters and boards.Bradley Visser, 38, was taken to hospital by air ambulance after suffering a serious head injury when he crashed on July 17, but died of his injuries ten days later – becoming the first person thought to have been killed while riding an electric skateboard.The crash happened while Mr Visser, from Stoke Row, near Henley-on-Thames, was riding along the main road through the village. It is not thought that any other vehicles were involved.Mr Visser’s death has once again thrown the spotlight on small motorised vehicles, such as e-scooters and skateboards, with police and Government officials repeating warnings to users that they are illegal on public roads and pavements. Along with electric skateboards they are increasingly being used for short journeys in a number of cities in Europe and the US, but can only be used legally on private land in the UK.The Department of Transport last night repeated its warning about the use of electric scooters and skateboards.It stated: “It is illegal to use a powered transporter in spaces which are set aside for use by pedestrians, cyclists, and horse-riders. This includes on the pavement and in cycle lanes.“Any person who uses a powered transporter on a public road or other prohibited space in breach of the law is committing a criminal offence and can be prosecuted.” “He would always have some fun, he would talk to anyone pretty much. He would either come himself or with his family. His widow came in when he was in hospital putting a brave face on it, it’s a terrible thing.”I used to see him riding the skateboard to and from work, but he would never bring it to the pub.”Another neighbour said she frequently saw him on his skateboard or driving around the village in a go-kart style buggy. “It’s sad it’s come to this,” she said.The use of battery powered scooters and similar devices has become increasingly fraught in recent weeks, following the death of TV presenter Emily Hartridge while riding one in south London.The 35-year-old YouTube star became the first person in the country to be killed while riding one after she was struck by a lorry in Battersea last month. Metropolitan Police officers in Islington, London, talk to people about the risk of riding e-scooters, which are currently illegal to use on public highways, including pavements.Credit:Yui Pok/PA Emily Hartridge, who became the first person in Britain killed in an electric scooter crash E-skateboards, which cost upwards of £900, are powered by a small electric motor attached to the rear wheels, which is controlled by a wireless handheld remote, and can reach speeds of 25mph.Thames Valley Police said it was carrying out investigations into Mr Visser’s death on behalf of the coroner, and his next-of-kin were being supported by specially trained officers.Mr Visser, a specialist furniture maker, is understood to have been a married father of two, originally from South Africa. His Facebook page carried several photographs of skateboards. read more

Department of Justice seeks volunteers for insolvency complaints panel

first_imgIF YOU HAVE an interest in acting as a watchdog for newly-accredited Personal Insolvency Practitioners, then the Department of Justice is looking to hear from you.A listing has been posted on searching for volunteers to join the Personal Insolvency Practitioners Complaints Committee.The committee is provided for by the Personal Insolvency Act 2012 and at least two of the people employed will solicitors or barristers.The ad also says that the that there will be an attempt made to ensure a gender balance on the committee.However, no money will be paid for those sitting on the board, though travel expenses and a daily rate may be paid for attendance at meetings.No person who has become, or is applying to become, a Personal Insolvency Practitioner or Authorised Intermediary should apply for the board, to avoid conflicts of interest.An expression of interest form is available on the posting and the final date for submissions is Friday, 27 September.Read: 140 calls to insolvency service in first day of businessRead: PIP apologises for comments about ‘bigger houses’ for professionalslast_img read more