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Membership Benefits

All employees of a member company have access to all benefits and resources offered by PACT.

  • An opportunity to shape the theatre ecology through PACT’s Advocacy Committee and advocacy plans
  • Access to advocacy tools and templates
  • Participation and feedback opportunities on issues of concern to theatre professionals across the country
  • Access to advice (via PACT newsletters and town halls) to government relations firm, PAA Advisory, which works with PACT to monitor legislative changes and advocate for our sector
  • Access to a network of your peers from coast to coast to coast
  • Access to and input on Networking/Learning events
  • Free unlimited postings on Artsboard (PACT’s national jobs board)
  • Participation in Regional and Caucus networks
  • Discounted fee for Special Employment Bulletins (sent directly to inboxes)
  • Complimentary copies of PACT reports and research
  • Advice and interpretation of the Canadian Theatre Agreement and agreements with Playwrights’ Guild of Canada, Associated Designers of Canada and Association Des Professionnels Des Arts De La Scène Du Québec (does not apply to Affiliate members)
  • Access to the Trisura Bond Program
  • Access to dispute resolution services pertaining to CAEA, PGC, ADC and APASQ (does not apply to Affiliate members)
  • Full access to Labour Relations documents and tools under the Contracts & Resources section of the website
  • Representation by PACT’s Adherence and Labour Relations Negotiations Committees (does not apply to Affiliate members)
  • Negotiating the Re:Sound/PACT agreement
  • Assistance in health and safety issues, taxation, charitable and employment regulations, copyright and a myriad of other business concerns
  • Support of PACT’s staff on issues relating to Labour Relations, Human Resources, Health & Safety, Learning/ Networking and Communications
  • Access to pactONE insurance suite and the Group Health and Employee Benefit Program
  • Voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting, (Affiliate members do not vote on collective agreements pertaining to labour relations)
  • Eligibility to sit on the PACT Board of Directors
  • Use of the travel subsidy fund to enable members to travel to the annual PACT conference.