TORONTO, Sept 13 (Reuters) – A trio of films stepped beyond
Bollywood song-and-dance to show South Asian women grappling
with male-dominated sport, child marriage, and sexual desire of
people with disability in their premieres at the Toronto Film
While the stories told vastly different tales, all sought to
challenge their home audiences and provoke change. Two of them
used established Indian stars to do it.
TORONTO, Sept 11 (Reuters) – Canada’s provincial securities
regulators said on Thursday they have agreed to a unified
approach for handling hostile takeover bids that would give the
boards of target companies more time to respond and investors
Under the proposals, hostile bidders would be able to buy
shares only after a majority of outstanding shares not held by
them had been tendered to the offer. Bidders would also have to
keep the offer open for 10 days after announcing that
requirement had been reached.
TORONTO, Sept 10 (Reuters) – Quebecor Inc said on
Wednesday it activated its next-generation wireless network,
part of its broader push to bridge the technological and market
share gap with its more dominant telecom competitors in Québec.
The Montréal-based company said its Videotron cable
television and wireless unit switched on a long-term evolution
(LTE) network that covers nearly 90 percent of Québec’s
population. The move comes exactly four years after the company
initially launched its own mobile service.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s telecommunications regulator should ease restrictions on domestic television providers because of the competitive threat they face from online services like Netflix Inc, Quebecor Inc Chief Executive Pierre Dion told a hearing on Tuesday
Left unregulated, he said Netflix will become the largest distributor of video content in Canada, leaving domestic broadcasters struggling to compete.