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How can television and movie production companies secure work permits in Canada?

You may be exempt from needing a work permit as a producer, while production crew members and actors may be eligible for an LMIA-exempt work permit.

Film and television productions provide jobs, income, and infrastructural development. As a result, the Canadian government makes it easier for international film industry professionals to shoot on place in the country.

Much of Canada’s COVID-19 limitations have already been eliminated. With a certified antigen test, fully vaccinated foreign visitors can enter Canada, and many provinces are removing public health restrictions such as mask requirements.

As a result, 2022 is shaping up to be another busy year for the Canadian film and television business. Across the country, Canadians are pouring money into television and film. Nova Scotia’s premier will travel to Los Angeles from March 12 to 16 to meet with executives from Disney, Netflix, NBC, and other studios. In addition, a 300,000-square-foot film studio is being built in Burnaby, British Columbia.

To conclude, Canada recognizes the film industry’s substantial social, cultural, and economic benefits. As a result, international film crews and producers may be eligible for streamlined work permits and processing timelines.

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