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FINANCIAL RELIEF AVAILABLE FOR IATSE MEMBERS AFFECTED BY UTAH EARTHQUAKE
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
5.7 magnitude earthquake shook Utah's Salt Lake City area Wednesday morning. Financial relief is available for affected IATSE members through the Walsh/Di Tolla/Spivak Foundation.
IATSE Commits $2.5 Million to Entertainment Charities amid Coronavirus Crisis
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
With thousands of entertainment workers displaced as a result of social distancing measures to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the IATSE General Executive Board approved $2.5 million in donations to three entertainment charities Tuesday. The funding will go to the Actors Fund, the Motion Picture and Television Fund, and the Actors Fund of Canada.
IATSE President calls on Congress to pass relief package that includes displaced Entertainment Workers
Friday, March 13, 2020
Matthew D. Loeb, International President of the IATSE, released the following statement with regards to the coronavirus virus:
IATSE Charters New Arts & Cultural Workers Local in Vancouver
Friday, March 6, 2020
IATSE issued a charter to the newly-formed Arts and Cultural Workers Union (ACWU), IATSE Local B-778.
IATSE, Broadway League, and Disney reach tentative "Pink Contract" agreement
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
After several months of negotiations, the IATSE and the Broadway League and Disney Theatrical Productions have reached a tentative agreement regarding the “Pink Contract.” The 4-year agreement, which encompasses Broadway technicians in multiple crafts as well as touring productions, sees increased wage rates and benefits, clarification on Prop Supervisors representation on Broadway, updated conditions, and in the final year of the Agreement compensation for nonperformance calls will begin at the first hour worked.
IATSE Endorses Team Unite for Leadership of Canadian Labour Congress
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Leadership at the IATSE are standing in support of Team Unite for Canadian Labour Congress. Team Unite is a coalition of three dedicated labour activists; the UFCW’s Bea Bruske, CUPE’s Lily Chang, and the IATSE’s Siobhan Vipond.

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