August 1st is a day of reflection, education, and a recommitment to solidarity with Black communities across Canada. It marks how the sacrifice, bravery, and unwavering devotion to community broke through to create real change, fuelled by the power of people that tirelessly fought for freedom and equity. We invite you to learn more about Canada’s history of enslavement and segregation, and its lasting impacts, which are still felt by members of Black communities today.
Watch as ACTRA National President Eleanor Noble, and ACTRA’s NCA Bargaining Committee give members a video update on this week’s bargaining in Toronto.
Learn more about frequently asked questions members may have about the SAG-AFTRA strike.
TORONTO (July 13, 2023) – ACTRA’s 28,000 members from across Canada stand in steadfast solidarity with SAG-AFTRA and its members in their effort to achieve a fair and equitable contract. “We recognize that their fight is our fight and is for the good of all performers,” said Eleanor Noble, ACTRA…
ACTRA’s 28,000 members across Canada stand in solidarity with our sibling members at SAG-AFTRA as they begin their first strike in 43 years against the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.