TORONTO, ON – The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) is disappointed the federal government failed to follow through on last year’s election commitments to permanently increase funding for Telefilm Canada, the Canada Media Fund (CMF), the Canada Music Fund, the Indigenous Screen Office, and the CBC/Radio Canada in yesterday’s Budget 2022.
Toronto, ON – ACTRA National issued the following statement regarding negotiations for a renewed National Commercial Agreement.
Toronto, ON – Canadian performers are shining a spotlight on ACTRA member Juanita Peters by naming her this year’s ACTRA National Woman of the Year.
ACTRA stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, who suddenly find themselves surrounded by violence and hatred, and facing an uncertain future following Russia’s attack on their country. To Canada’s Ukrainian-Canadian community, who fear today for the safety of family and friends affected by Russia’s unprovoked attack, we stand with you and support you.
TORONTO, ON – ACTRA welcomes the government’s tabling of Bill C-11 to modernize Canada’s broadcasting legislation, as announced yesterday (February 2) by the Honourable Pablo Rodríguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage.
TORONTO, ON – Members of the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) have ratified the 2022-2024 Independent Production Agreement (IPA) with the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) and the Association québécoise de la production médiatique (AQPM).