Dentons Canada Media and Entertainment Group is the largest and most experienced in Canada, and Producing in Canada is their comprehensive overview of the most popular film, television, visual effects and digital media incentive programs available across the country.  Producing in Canada is an essential reference for anyone looking to understand the myriad of incentive programs offered in Canada including Federal, Provincial and private programs.  Also, the guide contains useful information about Canadian content production requirements, production services incentives, international treaty co-productions and CRTC co-ventures.  This publication is updated regularly, clearly written and easy to follow with a wealth of legal and practical information about the Media and Entertainment industry in Canada.

The April 2018 edition of Producing in Canada contains information about brand new programs in the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, and Alberta, and important changes made to tax credit programs in New Brunswick and British Columbia, along with a look at the re-vamped CMF Experimental Stream and an in-depth analysis of cross-border talent guild issues.

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