To our Members, Canada Emergency Response Benefit Extension The Government of Canada has announced that eligibility for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) will be extended from maximum 24 weeks of support to maximum 28 weeks of support. Our understanding is that the extension is made possible by regulation versus parliamentary approval, and therefore the […]
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Please note that TMA149 is scheduled to appear before the Committee on Monday August 24, 2020 @ 5:00 PM. Recommendations: 1. Introduce a Live Arts Labour Tax Credit and a Live Arts Labour Rebate 2. Work with Major Financial Institutions and the Federal Government to Introduce a Live Arts Financing Program to complement the Live […]
Submission for Federal Pre-Budget Consultation Recommendation 1 (CERB): That the government extend the CERB (Canada Emergency Response Benefit) until at least March 31, 2021, but preferably until all crowd prohibitions have been lifted and government allows live performance venues to reopen. OR: That the government extend the CERB (as above) and restrict the extension to […]
Here is a summary of our understanding of the key Stage 3 Guidelines for musical performances: Rehearsals, Recording and Scoring Sessions, and Streaming Performances Without an Audience Musicians performing on acoustic, electric, electronic and computer based instruments in a studio or location not open to the general public may do so without a set limit […]
To our Members, Bill in the House regarding the CERB and other Measures We have been working together collectively as a membership for the extension of the Canada Emergency Response Benefit for musicians. Both you and TMA149 represented by the Federation’s Vice President from Canada Alan Willaert, joined together with a coalition of performing arts workers in […]