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2015 ACTRA Awards in Montreal nominees announced - ACTRA Montreal is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2015 ACTRA Awards in Montreal, to be held Saturday, May 9th at the Rialto Theatre.
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ACTRA grades the 2015-16 Quebec budget - Ever since the Liberal government’s 2014 decision to cut all tax credits across the province by 20%, experts in every industry have been anxiously debating what the fallout of that action would be. And in anticipation of this year’s budget, all eyes were on last week’s release of the Godbout Report.
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2015 ACTRA Awards in Montreal - ACTRA Montreal is pleased to announce the 2015 ACTRA Awards in Montreal will be held May 9th at the beautiful Rialto Theatre (5723 Park avenue). Tickets are on sale to attend this wonderful event, celebrating talented Montreal performers working in film, television and videogames.
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Saluting Montreal’s Woman of the Year: Danette Mackay - March 8th marks the day when Women all over the World are celebrated. And over the past 5 years, the ACTRA National Women’s Committee has celebrated a Woman of distinction in Canada, with many local branches bringing the salute to our women a little closer to home. This year, The National Women’s Committee salutes Amanda Tapping from British Columbia, and the Montreal branch of ACTRA salutes our very own Danette MacKay.
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National News

Federal Government’s 2015 Budget Overlooks Canadian Film & TV Industry, April 21st, 2015 - Canadian performers were disappointed again today with the federal government’s lack of recognition and support for the Canadian film, television and digital media industry in its 2015 federal budget announcement.
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Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Sector Damaged by Budget Cuts, April 10th, 2015 - TORONTO - Canada’s professional performers are dismayed that the Nova Scotia provincial government released a budget yesterday that drastically altered the makeup of their film and television production tax credit and shuttered Film and Creative Industries Nova Scotia, the province’s film commission.
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President's Message
Don Jordan
Our little family has grown by leaps and bounds this past year, but in many ways, we have never been more connected…
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