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artist, audio, Student
GTHA, Ontario
Posted 3 years ago

Come network, learn, and treat your ears to the best audio equipment Canadian dollars can buy.

Event Location

Catch the Fire Church
272 Attwell Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M9W 6M3
Click HERE for Google Map location.

Food & Beverages Provided
Join us in the lounge for free refreshments, snacks and sandwiches throughout the day.

COVID Vaccination & Entrance Requirements
Proof of full vaccination will be required to enter Catch the Fire for Demo Days. Face masks must also be worn. Please contact GerrAudio with any COVID-related concerns or more information.

Event Dates & Times
Tuesday December 14, 2021 | 9:30AM - 5PM EST - Wednesday December 15, 2021 | 9:30AM - 5PM EST

Schedule can be found at

http://www.gerr.com/event/gerraudio-demo-days-2021-2021-12-14-2021-12-15-85/agenda

Registration can be found
http://www.gerr.com/event/gerraudio-demo-days-2021-2021-12-14-2021-12-15-85/register

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Job CategoryFun&Entertainment, Training

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Come network, learn, and treat your ears to the best audio equipment Canadian dollars can buy. Event LocationCatch the Fire Church272 Attwell Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M9W 6M3Click HERE for Google Map ...

audio, light
Posted 4 years ago

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Minister Chrystia Freeland, introduced Bill C-9, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act (Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy and Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy), which created an enhanced rent subsidy program, and well as extending the wage subsidy through until June 2021. As previously announced, these business supports are proposed to include:

  • The new Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy, which would provide direct and easy-to-access rent and mortgage interest support to tenants and property owners until June 2021 for qualifying organizations affected by COVID-19. The new rent subsidy would support businesses, charities, and non-profits that have suffered a revenue drop by providing support up to a maximum of 65 per cent of eligible expenses until December 19, 2020. The government is proposing to allow claims retroactively for the period that began September 27 and ended October 24, 2020.
  • The new Lockdown Support, which would provide an additional 25 per cent through the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy for qualifying organizations that are subject to a lockdown and must shut their doors or significantly limit their activities under a public health order issued under the laws of Canada, a province or territory (including orders made by a municipality or regional health authority under one of those laws). Combined, this would mean that hard-hit businesses subject to a lockdown could receive rent support of up to 90 per cent.
  • The extension of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy until June 2021, which would continue to protect jobs by helping employers keep employees on the payroll and re-hire their workers. The wage subsidy would remain at the current rate of up to 65 per cent of eligible wages until December 19, 2020.

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Minister Chrystia Freeland, introduced Bill C-9, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act (Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy and Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy), which created an enhanced rent subsidy program, a...

Rigging/Flys
Posted 4 years ago

Sapsis is now offering Free Weekly Remote Training Sessions

NOTE: A registration link will be provided for individual sessions at about 10AM the Friday before that session. If you don't see the link or a status of the registration, first try refreshing your browser page, and if that doesn't work, please email the webmanager

Make sure you register with the email address you use to access Zoom. Once you register, you will be sent a confirmation with the meeting link and passcode. DO NOT LOSE THIS CONFIRMATION. Each registration is unique and if you lose yours, we may not be able to get you in once the session has started.

You can find recordings of the sessions as they become available HERE

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Sapsis is now offering Free Weekly Remote Training Sessions NOTE: A registration link will be provided for individual sessions at about 10AM the Friday before that session. If you don’t see the ...

CERB Extended

This will make it a total of 28 Weeks (Vs the original 26 weeks) of the original CERB Program. They have added 4 weeks to make it to Sept 27th

Starting Sept 27th for the new The Canada Recovery Benefit

*NEW* Canadian Recovery Benefit

CRB starting Sept 27th 2020 is for people who don’t qualify for EI (Freelancers)

They are offering $400 a week for 26 weeks.

You can claim income but your benefit will be reduced by $0.50 for each $1 earned.

Employment Insurance Program

With the new EI if you are eligible you can claim anywhere from $400-$573

Can be claimed between 26 and 45 weeks depending on the time worked. You will have had to worked 120 hours to qualify for this year.

You can claim income but your benefit will be reduced by $0.50 for each $1 earned.

Canada Recovery Care-giving Benefit

$550 for week per household caregiving benefit up to 26 weeks.

Canadian Recovery Sickness Benefit

Also you can be eligible for $500 weekly for up to two weeks for those who don’t have paid sick leave or if you become sick or if you need to isolate for reasons linked to COVID-19

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CERB Extended This will make it a total of 28 Weeks (Vs the original 26 weeks) of the original CERB Program. They have added 4 weeks to make it to Sept 27th Starting Sept 27th for the new The Canada R...

audio, light, Rigging/Flys, Student, video
Posted 4 years ago

This program is designed to communicate the most current health and safety information relevant to our community of filmmakers, producers, crew, and industry professionals. The materials in these guidelines have been reviewed by medical experts and sourced using reputable, science-driven resources. 

You’ll receive a Safe Sets™ COVID-19 Certificate when you complete the course. The certificate demonstrates to your team that you’re knowledgeable about upholding a safe production environment and that you value crew’s health and safety.

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Websitehttps://practicesafesets.co/certificate/

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This program is designed to communicate the most current health and safety information relevant to our community of filmmakers, producers, crew, and industry professionals. The materials in these guid...

15 May 2020 risk assessment of the performance industry by David Michaels, PhD, MPH, submitted to the Actors' Equity Association. [PDF]

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Websitehttps://actorsequity.org/

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15 May 2020 risk assessment of the performance industry by David Michaels, PhD, MPH, submitted to the Actors’ Equity Association. [PDF]

Please note that information updates are frequent, and this information is relevant as of May 2020. Consult WorkSafeBC’s COVID-19 and returning to safe operation guide and information from the Public Health Office (PHO) for the most up-to-date information.This framework is developed to specifically address the risks associated with COVID-19. It is designed to help organizations complete the COVID-19 Safety Plan as required by WorkSafeBC and address public health order

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Please note that information updates are frequent, and this information is relevant as of May 2020. Consult WorkSafeBC’s COVID-19 and returning to safe operation guide and information from the Publi...

Canada Development Investment Corporation’s Emergency COVID-19 Mandate

CDEV and CEEFC have been mandated to assist the Government of Canada as part of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan.

As a federal Canadian Crown Corporation established to manage investments assigned to it, CDEV has been mandated to implement the Government of Canada’s Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility in cooperation with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) and the Department of Finance.

This program will provide emergency funding support for large Canadian enterprises facing financial challenges in light of the economic impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic. CEEFC has been formed to administer this mandate.

LEEFF will be open to large Canadian employers who (a) have a significant impact on Canada’s economy, as demonstrated by (i) having significant operations in Canada or (ii) supporting a significant workforce in Canada; (b) can generally demonstrate approximately $300 million or more in annual revenues; and (c) require a minimum loan size of about $60 million.

Broader sectoral dynamics for LEEFF applicants will be considered by Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada. As part of this process, applicants will also be contacted by ISED officials.

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Canada Development Investment Corporation’s Emergency COVID-19 Mandate CDEV and CEEFC have been mandated to assist the Government of Canada as part of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan...

Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) for small businesses provides relief for small businesses experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. It offers unsecured, forgivable loans to eligible commercial property owners to:

  • reduce the rent owed by their impacted small business tenants
  •  meet operating expenses on commercial properties

Property owners must offer a minimum of a 75% rent reduction for the months of April, May and June 2020.

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Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) for small businesses provides relief for small businesses experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. It offers unsecured, forgivable loans to ...

How it works

Post a picture of yourself at work using the hashtag #WeGoUnScene on Instagram, Twitter – or post a picture directly on our Facebook page.

Include a short story on why you enjoy working in the entertainment industry.

We’ll repost the photo on Instagram or highlight it on our Facebook page to show others that #WeGoUnScene.

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Job CategoryEncouraging News, Financial, Fun&Entertainment, Fundraiser

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How it works Post a picture of yourself at work using the hashtag #WeGoUnScene on Instagram, Twitter – or post a picture directly on our Facebook page. Include a short story on why you enjoy working...

Filming or other on-site activities, especially those that require the gathering of workers, performers or others are not permitted to resume in Stage 1.

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Filming or other on-site activities, especially those that require the gathering of workers, performers or others are not permitted to resume in Stage 1.

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Today, our government announced more details about our $500 million investment to support these industries. The distribution of funding will include: - Up to $326.8 million to be administrated by Canadian Heritage and divided among select departmental programs and Portfolio agencies as well as key delivery organizations. Specifically:

-->$198.3 million will be provided to the beneficiaries of arts and culture funding via existing programs as well as other organizations with demonstrated needs

-->$72 million will be provided to the sport sector

-->$53 million will be provided to the heritage sector via the emergency component of the Museums Assistance Program

- $55 million to be distributed by the Canada Council for the Arts

- $3.5 million will be provided for COVID-related projects under the Digital Citizen Initiative

- $115.8 to support the Canadian audiovisual sector, to be distributed by the Canada Media Fund ($88.8 million) and Telefilm Canada ($27 million)

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Today, our government announced more details about our $500 million investment to support these industries. The distribution of funding will include: – Up to $326.8 million to be administrated b...