From Ian Bailey of the Globe and Mail:
Vancouver playing itself on screen slowly becoming the norm
When dynamic police Detective Angie Flynn of the made-in-Vancouver TV series Motive goes to the Stratchcona neighbourhood, no character in the show would be shy about calling the area by its name – a rare thing for a TV series shot in Canada’s third-largest city. Continue reading.
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