Welcome to ACTRA Saskatchewan

ACTRA Saskatchewan represents members across the province. Our elected Council of 6 directs policy, member services, budgetary decisions, awards, training and social activities. ACTRA is one of the biggest, full-service cultural unions in Canada representing the interests of over 28,000 members across Canada.


President's Message

The future will come but the present is a little worrying. With production being curtailed all over the country, times are difficult for our industry. Nation wide, Canadians are trying to stem the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. In Saskatchewan, we have put our efforts to revive our province’s film business on hold for the most part.

What's shooting in Saskatchewan

When you’re part of ACTRA, you’re part of the strongest, full-service cultural union in Canada. Our performers are professionals and our province's locations are legendary. From Wild West towns, to the plains of Kansas and the bitter chill of Siberia, Saskatchewan can play any role and ACTRA’s Agreements fit every budget. We are open for business! If you hear about any productions not listed, please contact us using the contacts at the bottom of the page.

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Jean Freeman honoured with Saskatchewan Senior Volunteer Award

Jean Freeman received the Senior Volunteer Award in the Arts & Entertainment category on September 29, 2020, from the Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism. Jean Freeman, who for six years played the Mayor’s grandmother on the hit series Corner Gas, was the first actor to ACTRA Saskatchewan in 1967. She was named ACTRA National’s Woman of the Year in 2014. She has received numerous honours, including a Lifetime Achievement Award in the Mayor’s Arts & Business Awards, Woman of Distinction from the Regina YWCA.

ACTRA Magazine: Spring 2022

Enjoy the Spring 2022 edition of ACTRA Magazine… Catch up on the latest ACTRA news, stories, accolades and advice from around your union!