TORONTO, ON — Canadian performers are welcoming back the Honourable Pablo Rodríguez as our new Minister of Canadian Heritage.
As ACTRA continues to move more of its services online, voting on the ratification of collective agreements and constitutional referenda will soon be conducted exclusively online. Why is this important? Your participation matters. Have your say on issues of importance, such as the ratification of ACTRA’s collective agreements and constitutional…
TORONTO, ON – ACTRA is proud to recognize and celebrate the contributions of women and girls to Canada’s screen-based industry this October during Women’s History Month.
TORONTO, ON – Today on the inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, created in response to the Commemoration Call to Action 80 from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 2015 report, ACTRA is calling on all levels of government to take immediate action to redress centuries of injustices against Indigenous Peoples of Canada.
TORONTO, ON – ACTRA’s 27,000 members working across Canada’s film, television and digital media industry stand in solidarity with IATSE in their fight for a fair deal in the United States with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).