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UBCP/ACTRA Executive Board By-Election Results - UBCP/ACTRA Executive Board Director for January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020 Of 4,237 eligible voters, 559 participated for a 13.2% participation rate. You have selected Paul Dzenkiw to be your new Executive Board Director.   DIRECTORS VOTES STATUS Paul DZENKIW 242 DIRECTOR Todd THOMSON 123 DIRECTOR Sabrina PRADA 91 DIRECTOR Simon MACINTYRE 42 DIRECTOR […]
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UBCP/ACTRA Executive Board By-election 2018 - Due to a vacancy for the position of Director on the UBCP/ACTRA Executive Board (Term: January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020) a by-election will be held.
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BC FILM INDUSTRY UNIONS LAUNCH MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION CAMPAIGN AND PSA - BC’s motion picture industry unions – Teamsters 155, DGC BC, UBCP/ACTRA, IATSE 891, and ICG 669 – launch Calltime: Mental Health – a campaign of support and empowerment for workers in British Columbia’s film and television industry facing mental health and addiction challenges.
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Winners of the Sam Payne Awards for 2017 announced by UBCP/ACTRA - APRIL 4, 2018, VANCOUVER, B.C. – Thirty-six years after his death, the legacy left by Sam Payne continues to be applauded by the British Columbia acting community. One of Canada’s well loved and respected professional actors, Sam Payne is remembered not only for his contribution to Canadian theatre, film, radio and television, but also for his personal attributes, which included humanity, artistic integrity and encouragement of new talent.
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CRTC Decision a Win for Canadian Storytelling, August 30th, 2018 - TORONTO, ON -- ACTRA says today’s CRTC’s new conditions on license renewals of broadcasters Bell, Corus and Rogers is a win for Canadians who want to see Canadian stories. In a new decision released today, the CRTC has reversed last year’s decision to decrease the required amount broadcasters must spend on Canadian Programs of National Interest (PNI).
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Renegotiating NAFTA – Maintaining the cultural exemption or giving up our cultural sovereignty, August 30th, 2018 - Montreal, QC - As Canada embarks on what appears to be a fundamental landmark in the renegotiation of NAFTA, the Coalition for the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (CDEC) wishes to reiterate the need to maintain cultural exemption in this important trade agreement.
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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

With 6,500 Members, the Union of BC Performers (UBCP/ACTRA) is the second largest and fastest growing ACTRA Branch—thriving in the third largest production centre in North America. If you are looking for world class talent  look no further than our Members, whether you want Actors, Stunts, Voice Artists, Background Performers, Puppeteers, Stand Ins, Performance Capture, […]
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