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UBCP/ACTRA Member Tony Morelli died unexpectedly on Sunday April 19, 2015 - Stunts Canada is asking for donations to help his family financially in the immediate future.  Details can be found here: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/fyqMc/ab/94jtld?psid=313b483251ac4043bffed838f0e0bad4
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International Day of Mourning April 28, 2015 - Please click on the links below for information on workplace deaths, injuries and disease and for details on ceremonies for the National Day of Mourning. BC Federation of Labour invitation to Day of Mourning ceremonies in Vancouver Vancouver District and Labour Council – Workplace Violence Poster for Day of Mourning Mental Health Statistics Injury statistics […]
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UBCP/ACTRA Executive Board - The successful candidate in the election for the position of Director on the UBCP/ACTRA Executive Board is Chris Webb. Chris will sit as a Director for the current term ending on December 31, 2017.
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UBCP/ACTRA ratifies new British Columbia Master Production Agreement (BCMPA) - March 19, 2015 – Vancouver – The Members of UBCP/ACTRA have ratified a new British Columbia Master Production Agreement (BCMPA) negotiated with the Canadian Affiliates of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) and the BC Producers’ Branch of the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) with 90% voting in favour of the new […]
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Federal Government’s 2015 Budget Overlooks Canadian Film & TV Industry, April 21st, 2015 - Canadian performers were disappointed again today with the federal government’s lack of recognition and support for the Canadian film, television and digital media industry in its 2015 federal budget announcement.
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Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Sector Damaged by Budget Cuts, April 10th, 2015 - TORONTO - Canada’s professional performers are dismayed that the Nova Scotia provincial government released a budget yesterday that drastically altered the makeup of their film and television production tax credit and shuttered Film and Creative Industries Nova Scotia, the province’s film commission.
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Representing nearly 5,000 of the most experienced and skilled Performers in the world, UBCP supplies professional actors, stunt people, singers, dancers, puppeteers, voices, background persons, and a multitude of other types of Performers, for every form of recorded media in existence. Our expertise extends from feature films to TV, from radio commercials to animated voices, […]
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