The members have spoken!

Eligible voters have ratified the 2022-2024 Independent Production Agreement (IPA). All Performers who work under the new IPA will be provided with an annual general increase of 3% in each of the three years of the agreement (total 9% general fee increase).

The settlement also brings significant improvements to the IPA, including:

  • Strengthened protection of human rights and diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging language throughout the agreement;
  • New language to address specific concerns related to auditions as well as virtual and self-tape auditions; and
  • The addition of temporary COVID-19 provisions with respect to costs and compensation for time spent undergoing testing.

The terms and conditions of the new agreement will take effect January 1, 2022.

For more information about the new terms and the ratification process, read the Memorandum of Settlement.

Watch the ACTRA Toronto Town Hall on the IPA

ACTRA Toronto President David Gale, ACTRA Toronto Executive Director Alistair HepburnACTRA National Executive Director and Lead Negotiator Marie Kelly reviewed the tentative agreement, discussed the highlights of the proposed changes to the IPA and answered members questions at an ACTRA Toronto Town Hall meeting held online on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. (ET).

Click the button below to watch the recording of the Town Hall