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Election Calendar 2019
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New Meeting Feedback Form
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New MP Letter Template
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New Political Activity Dos and Don't for Theatres
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New Tips on Building a Relationship With Your MP
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New Tips on Meeting With Your MP
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New WTD Letter to MP
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In early 2014 PACT commissioned a survey from Nanos Research on Canadians’ thoughts on theatre in our country. The research focused on the value and role of theatres in creating vibrant communities across Canada. Please feel free to use the handouts below for your advocacy needs.

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Canadian Theatre: Creating Vibrant Communities
A one-pager on the value of theatres in creating vibrant Canadian communities, with information gathered by Nanos Research in early 2014. 246 downloads
Made in Canada Theatre full
101 downloads
Professional Theatre in Canada
A one-pager on the value of professional theatre in Canada, with information gathered by Nanos Research in early 2014. 348 downloads
A brochure on the value of professional theatre in Canadian society, created from research carried out by Nanos Research in early 2014. 355 downloads

 

This information is the results of a national random telephone survey of 1000 Canadians that PACT commissioned from Nanos Research. The survey was conducted between March 6 and 12, 2014. The margin of error for a random sample of 1,000 respondents is 3.1 percentage points, plus or minus, 19 times out of 20.

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125 downloads
162 downloads
Neptune Theatre Government Relations Strategy (2017)
290 downloads
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2012 Pre-Budget Submission
PACT's 2012 pre-budget submission to the Standing Committee on Finance. 194 downloads
2013 Pre-Budget Submission
PACT's 2013 pre-budget submission to the Standing Committee on Finance. 195 downloads
2014 Pre-Budget Submission
PACT's 2014 pre-budget submission to the Standing Committee on Finance. 425 downloads
2015 Pre-Budget Submission
PACT's 2015 pre-budget submission to the Standing Committee on Finance. 229 downloads
2016 Pre-Budget Submission
PACT's 2016 pre-budget submission to the Standing Committee on Finance. 222 downloads
2017 Pre-Budget Submission
PACT's recommendations to the federal Standing Committee on Finance in advance of the 2018 budget. 144 downloads
2018 Pre-budget Submission
49 downloads
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#DigiCanCon Written Submission (2016)
Our written submission as part of public consultations hosted by the Department of Canadian Heritage on Canadian content and digital technology. 437 downloads
All-Party Arts Caucus Presentation (2010)
A powerpoint presentation given to the All-Party Arts Caucus in 2010 profiling the performing arts in Canada. 257 downloads
All-Party Arts Caucus Presentation (2012)
Slides from a presentation made by PACT Executive Director Lucy White to the All Party Arts Caucus on Parliament Hill. The presentation took place October 22, 2012. 311 downloads
Funding Play Creation(1996-2001)
A joint study by the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and the Playwrights Union of Canada that discusses international models for funding play creation and how they might be adapted for use in Canada. 326 downloads
147 downloads
A summary on the impact of the economic downturn on performing arts companies within Canada’s Performing Arts Alliance (consisting at the time of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, Canadian Dance Assembly, Opera.ca, Orchestras Canada and the Canadian Arts Presenters Association), who undertook a survey of member organizations across the country. 249 downloads
Theatre and the Digital World. Letter to Minister Joly 2016
A letter from July 2016 from PACT Advocacy Chair, Bonnie Green, to federal Minister for Canadian Heritage, Mélanie Joly, regarding the use of digital technology by professional theatre companies. The letter highlights many ways companies make use of digital technology, including the creation and dissemination of work as well as creating access and engaging audiences. The letter was written to coincide with public consultations the federal government was hosting at the time regarding digital content in Canada. 253 downloads
Touring Possibilities (2000)
A joint report between the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and the Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA) discussing issues in touring including perceptions of what is possible, differences in audiences, and the level of touring skills in theatre producers and presenters. 546 downloads
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