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ACTRA advocates on behalf of its members to promote Canadian culture and protect performers on and off the job.

Smart government policy is a key ingredient to build an industry that tells Canadian stories, encourages audiovisual production in all genres, and creates work opportunities not just for Canadian performers but for the thousands of people who support Canada’s cultural industries.

In addition to advocating on behalf of its own membership, ACTRA also works closely with other trade unions, industry stakeholders and strategic partners on a wide range of public policy issues facing not only performers, but all Canadians.

For more on ACTRA’s advocacy efforts, please see our submissions and briefs as follows:

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Latest Press Release:
Award-winning actor and seasoned director Amanda Tapping takes director’s seat on ACTRA National Women’s Committee’s short film, Women Seen

August 5th, 2016 - The ACTRA National Women’s Committee begins production on the two-city shoot of its new short film Women Seen in Vancouver on Saturday, August 6. Filming in Vancouver will last one day with two additional days of filming to follow in Toronto in the fall.
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#ACTRA Members & #TIFF16 Rising Stars #JaredAbrahamson & Sophie Nélisse talk it up on the red carpet w/ CTV!

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