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All complaints are confidential and members are protected from reprisal. We won’t disclose your identity nor act on this information without first talking to you and getting your permission. We keep a record of all complaints.

If you wish to remain anonymous, you do not need to include personal information below but, our ability to investigate and follow up anonymous complaints is limited. (e.g. when there isn’t enough information or when there is no one else to substantiate the allegation. We also can’t follow up you unless we know who you are and how to reach you.)

We do not provide information to anonymous or fake email addresses.

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Identify where the harassment took place: on an ACTRA Toronto set (provide production title), on an ACTRA set in another province (provide production title), audition space, at an ACTRA Toronto event, etc.
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