Eric Needles is plucked from the orphanage to become sidekick to Splittsboro’s greatest superhero, Maxum Man… but he arrives at the Maxum Mansion only to find that his superhero is missing!

Murdoch Mysteries

Murdoch Mysteries: The Curse of the Lost Pharaohs is an exclusive 13-part original online series created as an extension of the fourth season of Murdoch Mysteries.

Little Mosque on the Prairie

The friendly relationship between the Muslims and the Christians will be put to the test when the ambitious new Reverend Thorne takes over Mercy Anglican, and he isn’t keen on sharing his church with a bunch of Islam-y types.

Board Members

Louis L. Roquet - Chair, Board of Directors

RoquetMr. Roquet has been General Manager of the City of Montréal, President and COO of Desjardins Capital de risque (Desjardins Venture Capital), President and C.E.O. of the Société des alcools du Québec (Quebec Liquor Board) and Investissement Québec, Secretary General of the City of Montréal, and General Manager of the Montréal Urban Community. He is a member of a number of corporate and community boards, including Centraide (United Way), Birks & Mayors, and Mosaïcultures Internationales.

Cheryl Barker - Chair, Audit Committee

BarkerMs. Barker, a Chartered Accountant, is a former President of Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (MTS). While at MTS, she also held the positions of CFO and COO. Currently, she serves as a Director on the Public Sector Pension Investment Board and as a trustee of Lanesborough Real Estate Investment Trust.  Previously, she served on the boards of the Canadian Television Fund, the Manitoba Film and Sound Recording Development Corporation (Chair), and various other corporate and community organizations.

Alison Clayton - Chair, Governance and Human Resources Committee

ClaytonMs. Clayton is an independent television and film consultant with multiple Gemini Award credits. Highlights from her career include serving as General Manager of the Biography Channel, Vice President of Programming for The Movie Network, Moviepix, and The Family Channel, and Senior Film Policy Advisor for the former Federal Department of Communications. She has served on the Ottawa Art Gallery Art Auction Committee and the boards of the Rogers Documentary Fund, the Alliance for Children and Television, and the Canadian Television Fund.

Ron Close, as of July 6, 2011

CloseRon Close is a seasoned entrepreneur, executive, educator, board member and investor with a solid track record of leadership and achievement. Mr Close is currently Entrepreneur-in-Residence at The Richard Ivey School of Business, and serves on several boards, including The Globe and Mail, MaRS Innovation and Cogniciti. Career highlights include the co-founding of Netcom Canada, one of Canada’s earliest and most successful Internet companies, and senior executive roles at AT&T Canada, Bell New Ventures, and Sympatico-MSN, Bell’s online portal business.  He is a frequent panellist, moderator, guest lecturer and writer on business and entrepreneurship.

Guy Fournier

FournierMr. Fournier is an author, playwright, story editor, film producer, and screenwriter, with more than 300 television dramas to his credit. He was a founding member and President of the Institut québécois du cinéma and served as National Vice President of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. He has served on the boards of Le Théâtre du Rideau Vert, Quatre-Saisons, Télé-Québec, and CBC/Radio-Canada. He is a member of the Order of Canada.

Ronald W. Osborne, up to June 21, 2011

Mr. Osborne, a Chartered Accountant, currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Sun Life Financial Inc. Previously, he was President and CEO of Ontario Power Generation Inc., Ontario Hydro, Bell Canada, and Maclean Hunter. He is Chairman of the Board of Governors of Roy Thomson Hall and is a member of a number of other corporate and community boards.

Max Valiquette

ValiquetteMr. Valiquette is one of the North America's leading experts on modern consumers, marketing, and media. He is a founder of Youthography, the foremost North American youth market research firm, as well as a prominent media authority on all aspects of youth culture. He was the host of TVOntario’s youth issues talk show, VoxTalk, and also writes a regular media column for Canadian Business magazine. He was the Marketing Chair for the AIDS Committee of Toronto's fundraising event, Fashion Cares, in 2008.

Glenn Wong

WongMr. Wong is an executive management consultant specializing in strategy and governance and the former President of Electronic Arts Canada and Rogers Cable TV (BC). Based in Vancouver, Mr. Wong currently serves on the board of Coast Capital Savings Credit Union and the Vancouver Police Board where he is Vice-Chair. His past board roles have included the BC Cancer Foundation and the Insurance Corporation of B.C. He is also a certified member of the Institute of Corporate Directors.


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