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No sign of talks resuming in actor/producer labour spat

News | 01/16/2007 6:21 pm EST

For the first time since its founding in 1943, the association representing 21,000 Canadian performers and actors in film, television and new media went on strike on January 8. But long before that day, the face-off between producers and their talent devolved into a "they-say, we-say" situation where facts and objectivity are hard to come by.

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