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Tina Tyler Goes to Canada for Cancer Treatment

"I am going in for surgery on the 20th, and the prognosis is excellent," Tyler, who is a Canadian citizen, told XBIZ.

Lucas Raunch Fetish Flicks Banned by Canada

Two gay adult fetish films produced by Lucas Entertainment were flagged by the Canadian Border Services Agency early last week and prevented from entering the country.

Kelly Kayne Wins Miss Nude Canada Pageant

Kelly Kayne has won the title of Miss Nude Canada for the second time.

Faith-based Group Urges Canada to Block Porn Channel

The Canada Family Action Coalition (CFAC), an organization founded in 1997 with the mission to see Judeo-Christian moral principles restored in Canada, is asking the Canadian government to intervene in plans to establish a pay-TV porn channel.

‘Not Another Porn Movie’ to Screen in Canada

BurningAngel Entertainment will screen its latest release, “Not Another Porn Movie,” at the Painted Lips & Lolly Licks Sexy Film Festival, to be held in Ottawa, Canada.

Canada Approves Adult Pay TV Channel

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has approved an application filed by Montreal-based Sex-Shop Television, Inc. to license a pay TV channel that will feature adult, erotic content.

ImLive Sponsors Miss Nude Canada, 'A!' Covers Show

Webcam chat provider will sponsor the 36th annual Miss Nude Canada Pageant, being held today through Saturday in Concord, Ontario. The event marks the second year that the competition is open to international participants.

Canada City Proposes Adult Crackdown

City officials in Barrie, Ontario, are considering adopting a wide-ranging law that would impose fines for adult entertainment workers who violate the city's licensing laws.

Tera Patrick Hosts Lingerie Show in Canada

Adult star Tera Patrick is set to host a Misstress Couture lingerie fashion show Thursday night in Edmonton, Alberta at the Touch Ultralounge, starting at 9 p.m.

MySpace Sex Offender Profile Deletions Do Not Apply to Canada

The measures MySpace has taken to delete the profiles of site members who are registered sex offenders cannot be extended to the Canadian MySpace market due to Canadian privacy laws, according to the CEO of the company contracted by MySpace to help find profiles posted by sex offenders.

Canada Town Could Ban Adult Videos and Stores

New rules that passed the city council here Monday night would forbid the sale and rental of "adult entertainment" and "adult video" in Delta, British Columbia.

Project Cleanfeed Canada Launches Against Child Porn

Canada’s principal Internet service providers have joined the country’s national tipline for reporting Internet child sexual exploitation in order to block international child pornography sites.

Xobile Hits Canada

AEBN, also known as the Adult Entertainment Broadcasting Network, launched its successful Xobile brand in Canada this week, further expanding the mobile service outside the U.S. territory.

Norlane Launches Mobile Adult Content Technology in U.S., Canada

DENVER, Colo. — As North America prepares to responsibly deliver mobile adult content, Norlane, a European mobile adult content provider, has expanded its mobile adult content technology platform to include the U.S. and Canada.

Facing Sex Charges, Kid Vegas Fights Extradition From Canada

American adult performer Scott Austin, aka Kid Vegas, has applied for refugee status in Canada in order to avoid extradition to the U.S., where he faces sexual assault charges.

‘Girls Gone Wild’ Gets Wild in Canada

On Aug. 6, Mantra Films will kick off a two-month nationwide bus tour of Canada to promote the Aug. 23 release of its first “Girls Gone Wild Canada” DVD and to collect fresh footage for the next title in the series.

Canada Considers Making Caching Illegal

Canadian Parliament soon will vote on a bill that could significantly increase copyright infringement claims against search engines and other sites that cache web pages.

Canada Appeals Court Gives File-Sharers a Victory

A Canadian appeals court has upheld a decision not to force Internet service providers to reveal the identities of 29 file-swappers sued by the Canadian record industry.

Webmaster Access Draws Hundreds to Canada’s Webmaster Access East held in Montreal Canada drew a crowd of 340 attendees, consisting of many local webmasters, East Coast companies and a number of West Coasters who came out for the event.