ACTRA is the professional association of performers working in film, television, radio and other recorded media across Canada.|
625 Church St
Toronto ON M4Y 2G1
t: 1-800-387-3516 or (416)-489-1311
In B.C., contact:
Union of B.C. Performers
#400, 1155 West Pender Street,
Vancouver, B.C., V6E 2P4
In Edmonton: www.actraedmonton.com
In Calgary: www.actracalgary.com
In Ottawa: www.actraottawa.ca
In Toronto: www.actratoronto.com
In Montreal: www.actramontreal.ca or by email
In Atlantic: www.actramaritimes.ca
The CFM (formerly AFM Canada) is the leading professional organization of its kind available to Canadian musicians.
500-15 Gervais Dr
As a complementary, yet independent, office of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (AFM). CFM is managed by AFM’s Vice President from Canada (VPC) and offers a comparative level of service that is uniquely focused on matters of concern to the Canadian membership.
As the distinctly Canadian division of AFM we negotiate fair agreements for Canadian members, secure benefits such as health care and pension for our membership, and actively lobby legislators on Copyright reform and other matters of interest to professional musicians living and working in Canada.
Toronto ON M3C 1Y8
t: 1-800-INFO-FED or (416)-421-1020
Most professional theatre, opera and dance designers belong to the Associated Designers of Canada (ADC). For more information:
Many dancers are members of Equity, especially those who work in dance theatre,
musical theatre, opera and ballet, however CADA also provides a network for dancers and
The DGC represents directors and other creative and logistical personnel in the film, television and new media industries.
Fight Directors Canada is a professional not-for-profit society dedicated to the education, development, advancement, and proficiency of action-oriented entertainment in theatre, television, and film, as well as educational institutions across the country.
IATSE is the labor union representing technicians, artisans and craftspersons in the entertainment industry, including live theatre, motion picture and television production, and trade shows.
IATSE Canadian Office
22 St. Joseph St
Toronto ON M4Y 1J9
PUC has more than 350 members, all of whom have had at least one professional production. PUC operates public reading rooms across Canada and offers a variety of professional services including contract negotiation and reading tours.
More than 100 professional theatres belong to PACT, with whom Equity negotiates the Canadian Theatre
Agreement. PACT also negotiates contracts with ADC and PUC. They also sell The Theatre Listing.
UDA is Equity's sister organization for artists performing in French in the live and recorded insdustries.
3433 rue Stanley
Montreal QC H3A 1S2