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ACTRA returns to the bargaining table

TORONTO, The Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA) is pleased to announce that ACTRA has agreed to return to the bargaining table following an open invitation issued yesterday.

Bargaining is scheduled to resume starting on Wednesday, February 7, 2007 and Thursday, February 8, 2007 in Toronto.

The CFTPA is cautiously optimistic that these bargaining dates will produce a much anticipated end to this lengthy and difficult time.

On another front, the Federal Minister of Labour, Jean-Pierre Blackburn has appointed his Chief Mediator, Ms. Elizabeth MacPherson, Director General

of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serves to work with both parties to assist in resolving this dispute.
"In my view, the continued production of Canadian films and television programs is too important to Canada and to the Canadian economy to be jeopardized by your current dispute," said Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn.

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Headline, Industry News

ACTRA returns to the bargaining table

TORONTO, The Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA) is pleased to announce that ACTRA has agreed to return to the bargaining table following an open invitation issued yesterday.

Bargaining is scheduled to resume starting on Wednesday, February 7, 2007 and Thursday, February 8, 2007 in Toronto.

The CFTPA is cautiously optimistic that these bargaining dates will produce a much anticipated end to this lengthy and difficult time.

On another front, the Federal Minister of Labour, Jean-Pierre Blackburn has appointed his Chief Mediator, Ms. Elizabeth MacPherson, Director General

of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serves to work with both parties to assist in resolving this dispute.
"In my view, the continued production of Canadian films and television programs is too important to Canada and to the Canadian economy to be jeopardized by your current dispute," said Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn.

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Headline, Industry News

ACTRA returns to the bargaining table

TORONTO, The Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA) is pleased to announce that ACTRA has agreed to return to the bargaining table following an open invitation issued yesterday.

Bargaining is scheduled to resume starting on Wednesday, February 7, 2007 and Thursday, February 8, 2007 in Toronto.

The CFTPA is cautiously optimistic that these bargaining dates will produce a much anticipated end to this lengthy and difficult time.

On another front, the Federal Minister of Labour, Jean-Pierre Blackburn has appointed his Chief Mediator, Ms. Elizabeth MacPherson, Director General

of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serves to work with both parties to assist in resolving this dispute.
"In my view, the continued production of Canadian films and television programs is too important to Canada and to the Canadian economy to be jeopardized by your current dispute," said Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn.

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