Election Day is June 2, 2022!
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Ask your local candidate:
The Liberal Party Platform contains the following commitments to the film and television industry:
- Keep Ontario productions strong with stable and competitive film and TV tax support
- Fully implement the Ontario Culture Strategy
Watch a recording of our Town Hall with Davenport candidate Jerry Levitan by clicking on the image below:
The NDP Platform contains the following commitments to the film and television industry:
- Create a Provincial Arts Strategy
- Provide competitive tax credits
- Support cutting-edge production facilities
- Bring industry jobs to more communities, including Northern Ontario
- Work with the industry to make the tax credits more effective
- Un-tether OCASE from the OFTTC and OPSTC
Watch a recording of our Town Hall with TO-St. Paul’s candidate Jill Andrew by clicking on the image below:
The PC Party has not released a platform.
They have committed to fully implementing the 2022 Provincial Budget, which included the following for the film and television industry:
- Regulatory amendments that will extend the OFTTC and OPSTC to online productions
- Will examine ways to untether OCASE from the OFTTC and OPSTC to eliminate complexities in the process
- Encourage production across the province by reviewing the regional bonus in the OFTTC and the eligibility of location fees in the OPSTC
Header photo is courtesy of Elections Ontario.