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26Feb 20

PACT Goes to Ottawa

Last week Boomer Stacey (PACT’s Executive Director), Nick Tracey (Chair of the Advocacy Committee), and Mirette A. Shoeir (PACT’s Membership & Communications Manager) flew to Ottawa for an advocacy trip. Unlike previous trips where the team had gone in with specific asks, the purpose of this visit was to build…

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10Dec 19

Help Us Support Canadian Theatre

It’s been a busy year for PACT, and there’s even more programming on the way for 2020. Here’s what your donations support: CTA Negotiations: As you may know, CTA negotiations are still ongoing. Because the agreement we ultimately reach will have far ranging effects, we have been inviting fellow artists…

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24Sep 19

PACT’s 2019 Federal Election Messaging

These are PACT's policy recommendations for the 2019 federal election campaign, which we've shared with numerous stakeholders in Ottawa. They are based on a survey of the PACT membership conducted earlier this year, as we were preparing our federal pre-budget submission. We encourage you to use these messages in conversations…

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11Sep 19

CHRC Workshops on Maintaining Respectful Workplaces

Free workshops for the cultural sector At this year’s PACTcon in Saskatoon, I gave a short overview of an initiative called Respectful Workplaces in the Arts, a national campaign in Canada’s cultural sector. This is a joint program headed by the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) with support from both…

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09Aug 19

Announcing Boomer Stacey as PACT’s New Executive Director

The Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Boomer Stacey as its new Executive Director. An accomplished artist, arts manager, and internationally respected cultural advocate and engager, Boomer’s reputation in both the Canadian and global arts landscape makes him a uniquely qualified and exciting…

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