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Theatre Under the Stars readies for 2023 season

The Prom and Roald Dahl’s Matilda to hit Malkin Bowl stage

Victoria film industry faces slower season amid Hollywood labour action

There will be no new scripts from L.A. or anywhere else in the U.S. until the labour dispute between the Writers Guild and Hollywood is resolved

World Cup logo eschews nationalism, hints at FIFA’s long-term North American goal

FIFA revealed its 2026 World Cup logo on May 16, and the Vancouver version on May 17

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

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

The show offers a look into how artificial intelligence will affect entertainment, merchandise and branding

Updated: 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

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

The Vancouver film industry say it was prepared for Tuesday's strike news

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

Updated: SFU lawyer defends school's decision to end its Red Leafs football program

The B.C. Supreme Court heard Monday how the university took "significant steps" to mitigate impact on players, according to SFU's lawyer