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Harper legacy spells trouble for Canadian TV - A first-of-its-kind independent economic forecast shows regulatory changes espoused by the Harper government and adopted in last year’s CRTC Let’s Talk TV announcements will likely lead to the loss of more than 15,000 Canadian jobs and take $1.4 billion from the Canadian economy annually by 2020.
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The New Face of ACTRA Montreal - Following the first meeting of the newly elected Branch Council, ACTRA Montreal is pleased to announce Cary Lawrence has been acclaimed as the new Branch President.
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QEPC, NFB, ELAN look to the future togther - November 5, 2015 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) The National Film Board of Canada (NFB), the English Language Arts Network (ELAN), and the Quebec English-language Production Council (QEPC) have just signed a three-year co-operation and collaboration agreement that will help strengthen Quebec’s English-language audiovisual sector and culture, building on the NFB’s […]
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Submit for the ACTRA Montreal Videogame Workshop - ACTRA Montreal is pleased to announce the launch of our 2016 Videogame Workshop. There are fantastic work opportunities available for performing in videogames and we want to help you develop the skills you need to get these jobs.
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Laurie McAllister appointed Director of ACTRA Performers’ Rights Society, January 6th, 2016 - Stephen Waddell, National Executive Director of ACTRA, announced Laurie McAllister has been hired as the new Director of ACTRA Performers’ Rights Society and ACTRA Recording Artists’ Collecting Society.
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New study shows planned CRTC changes will cost 15,000 Canadian jobs, January 5th, 2016 - A first-of-its-kind independent economic forecast shows regulatory changes espoused by the Harper government and adopted in last year’s CRTC Let’s Talk TV announcements will likely lead to the loss of more than 15,000 Canadian jobs and take $1.4 billion from the Canadian economy annually by 2020.
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Cary Lawrence_Treasurer&National Executive
President's Message
Cary Lawrence
I am one week in as your new President and already I have many ideas percolating that I am eager to share with you.
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