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Wgc Ipa Agreement

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In addition to the Independent Production Agreement (IPA), the WGC has also entered into agreements with the CBC, the NFB and several broadcasters (broadcasting agreements are only relevant to own production). For copies of the agreement you need, please contact the WGC at (416) 979-7907 or 1-800-567-9974 or email info@wgc.ca. The Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) and the Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) have agreed on the principle of a new Independent Production Agreement (IPA). The CMPA-WGC IPA sets the conditions and rates for authors, history editors and history consultants. The terms of the new three-year contract will be forwarded to the CMPA Board of Directors for ratification and distributed by the WGC. The current agreement expires on June 30. The WGC/CMPA IPA has been negotiated and ratified and will enter into force on July 1, 2019. The full agreement is now available below. The WGC is the voice of professional Canadian screenwriters – lobbying on their behalf, who protect their interests and works to improve the profile of screenwriters. Most importantly, the Guild negotiates, administers and passes collective agreements on behalf of its members, and sets minimum rates, conditions and working conditions in the guild`s jurisdiction – all English-language productions in Canada. The central collective agreement, the Independent Production Agreement (IPA), is negotiated between the Guild and the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA), the Association of Independent Producers in Canada.

In addition to the IAP, the Guild has also entered into agreements with APFTQ, CBC Radio, CBC Television, CTV, NFB and TVOntario. The WGC is officially recognized as an official bargaining partner for English-speaking professional screenwriters under the federal status of the Artists Act and the Status of Quebec`s Artist Legislation. The 2015-2017 PPI has been extended to June 30, 2019. All terms and forms of the agreement remain as follows, with the exception of script fees, which increased by 1% as of January 1, 2018. See below for the new price sheet.