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#CreativeCanada: A Vision For Canada's Creative Industries
On September 28, 2017, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage (the "Minister"), delivered a speech in Ottawa entitled #CreativeCanada: A Vision for Canada's Creative Industries.
4 Oct 2017
CAVCO Expands Eligible Platforms That Satisfy "Shown In Canada" Requirement; Online Platforms May Now Be CPTC Eligible
On March 6, 2017, CAVCO issued three public notices regarding eligibility for the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit , one of which is of particular interest to non-Canadian OTT service providers.
10 Apr 2017
OPSTC And OCASE Tax Credit Rates To Be Grandfathered
The 2015 Ontario Budget introduced changes to reduce the OPSTC and OCASE tax credit rates for expenditures incurred after April 23, 2015.
3 Jun 2015
Ontario "Grandfathers" Recent Budget Changes To Production Services And Computer Animation And Special Effects Film Tax Credits
The 2015 Ontario budget reduced the rates of the OPSTC from 25% to 21.5% and the OCASE from 20% to 18% and the rate cuts were immediately effective as of the budget date.
2 Jun 2015
Ontario Reduces Production Services And Computer Animation And Special Effects Film Tax Credits
Under the Budget, the OPSTC rate was reduced from 25% to 21.5% for qualifying production expenditures incurred after April 23, 2015.
30 Apr 2015
"Reinstating" Canadian Film Tax Credits - Why Marky Mark Was Off The Mark
During a recent charity event in Toronto in early December, 2012, well known Hollywood actor and producer, Mark Wahlberg made a public plea to the Canadian government to "reinstate" film subsidies for U.S. originated film and TV productions filming in Canada
30 Dec 2012
Saskatchewan Announces New Non-Refundable 25% Film/TV And Digital Tax Credit
On May 4, 2012, the Honourable Bill Hutchinson announced the introduction of a new non-refundable film, TV and digital tax credit, the Film/TV and Digital Tax Credit (FTDC).
8 Jun 2012
UK Announces New Tax Relief For Television Production, Animation And Video Games
In an effort to attract international investment and encourage the production of animation, high-end TV productions and video games in the United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012
The Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit Is Eliminated
The recent announcement by the provincial government of Saskatchewan that it will no longer offer a film tax credit has raised alarm over the future of the film and TV industry in Saskatchewan.
11 Apr 2012
Terms Of Trade Agreement: Dawn Of A New Era Between Canadian Producers And Broadcasters
In April of 2011, after considerable cajoling by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (the "CRTC"), the Canadian Media Production Association (the "CMPA") successfully concluded negotiations and entered into a Terms of Trade Agreement (the "Agreement") with five of Canada’s largest private television broadcasters, namely, Astral Television Networks, Bell Media Inc. (CTV), Rogers Broadcasting Limited, Shaw Media Inc. (Global) and Corus Entertainment Inc. (the "Broadcast
21 Oct 2011
CRTC Extends Exemption Of New Media Broadcasters
Yesterday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission released Broadcasting Regulatory Policy 2009-329: “Review of broadcasting in new media”.
22 Sep 2009
CRTC New Regulatory Framework Communications Update
In a major decision released on October 30, 2008, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced its revised regulatory frameworks for broadcasting distribution undertakings and discretionary programming services.
7 Nov 2008
Tariff 22.B-G: Copyright Board Applies Existing Royalty Rates To Internet Broadcasting Activities; Majority Refuses To Set Rates For Sites Such As Facebook, MySpace And YouTube
In the long-awaited second part of its decision establishing rates for the communication of music over the Internet, the Copyright Board determined Friday that broadcasters’ online use of music should attract essentially the same liability as their traditional broadcasts.
5 Nov 2008
A Guide To Producing In Canada And Doing Business With Canadians
Over the past several years, the Canadian film and television industry has grown and matured and, at present, represents a nearly $4.80 billion business annually.
13 Feb 2008
Manitoba Announces Increases to the Manitoba Film and Video Production Tax Credit
On March 11, 2005, the Manitoba Government announced that Manitoba Film and Sound Recording Development Corporation’s base tax credit will rise from 35% to 45% of eligible Manitoba wages and salaries (or 22.5% of the total eligible production costs of an eligible film if that amount is less). This increase is in addition to the 5% frequent filming bonus for the third project shot within a two-year period in Manitoba and a 5% Rural/Northern bonus introduced last year. Combined, these incentives a
23 Mar 2005
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