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The Working for Workers Act, 2021, within the Entertainment Industry

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Author: Burt Gidaro, Entertainment Lawyer   What is a Sunset Clause – Introduction Have you ever watched the sun go down on the beach?...

Canada Media Fund: Performance Envelope Program – Introduction Please be advised, in response to the disruption in Canada’s screen-based industries caused by the COVID-19...

Gathering and Waiving Rights – Introduction Today we will look at gathering and waiving rights; from the inception of an idea, through its evolution...

The History: Since 2015, I’ve been sharing suggestions of how to support Canadian content on Canada Day – including our nation’s films, music, television...

Recent Changes to the Ontario Taxation Act Do you receive Production Services Tax Credits? Recent changes to the Taxation Act (Ontario) (the “Act”) may...

Annual General Meetings in Canada and COVID-19 – Introduction Annual General Meetings in Canada (“AGM”) are a requirement for both Federal and Provincial Corporations....

Force Majeure & Current Events: We all have many questions as we grapple with the sweeping effects of COVID-19 on our professional and personal...

How can an entertainment law firm help animators and animation companies? Here are some of the ways Edwards PC, Creative Law helps animators:  ...

The official policy of the Government of Canada is that Canadian citizens and permanent residents should be given the first opportunity to fill positions...

As I walked through the aisles of Toys R Us, surrounded by an endless supply of Nickelodeon and Disney Junior toys, puzzles, costumes, and...

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