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Edmonton Executive Committee – Model to replace the Film Commission – Wednesday, July 6th - The Edmonton City Council Executive Committee will be presented a model to replace the Edmonton Film Commission on Wednesday, July 6th. The report is the first item on the agenda and the meeting commences at 9:30 am in the River Valley Room at Edmonton City Hall. Members of the screen based industry are encouraged to […]
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ACTRA Alberta Annual General Meeting – May 28th - Don’t miss the ACTRA Alberta Annual General Meeting Saturday, May 28th Holiday Inn – Alberta Room 4206 Macleod Trail South 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm AGM – Reports from Council & Alberta Branch Representative, New members of Branch Council Acclaimed Special Panel Discussion with Casting Director Rhonda Fisekci, Heartland Producer Jaime Paul Rock and Heartland […]
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National News

ACTRA Appoints Elliott Anderson Director of Public Policy, Research and Communications, July 7th, 2016 - Stephen Waddell, National Executive Director of ACTRA National, is pleased to announce the appointment of Elliott Anderson as Director, Public Policy, Research and Communications at ACTRA.
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ACTRA performers look forward to playing their part in upcoming policy review, June 28th, 2016 - ACTRA National President Ferne Downey and National Executive Director Stephen Waddell said ACTRA performers are looking forward to speaking up for Canadian culture and cultural industries after the government unveiled a new advisory group looking at Canadian cultural policy in a digital world.
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