Reel Green™ Vendor, Cool Air Rentals, is the largest independent fleet of portable air conditioning units in Western Canada, focusing on bringing efficient and hassle-free solutions to all customers. Founded back in 1995, Cool Air Rentals provides services for...
Telefilm Makes Sustainability Plans Mandatory
Films selected for funding under Telefilm Canada’s production support programs will now be required to submit a sustainability plan before the start of principal photography. The requirement was announced in an industry advisory by the Crown corporation on Tuesday...
Canadian Academy introduces Sustainable Production Award for 2024 Canadian Screen Awards
On April 11th 2023, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television and CBC announced the introduction of the Sustainable Production Award, which is designed to recognize a production that has shown excellence in sustainable production and has had a measurable...
Reel Green™ Vendor Spotlight: The Earth Group
Reel Green™ Vendor, The Earth Group, is a social enterprise and B Corp that exists to provide school meals to children globally, while minimizing their impact on the planet wherever possible. They have provided over 3 million school meals globally and have 1500...
Safe Spaces Playbook – A guide on creating safe spaces for staff and clients in the spirit of equity to the community
Kickstart’s Safe Spaces Playbook is a guide on how to support and mandate safe spaces, which is shared internally, with their clients and in the spirit of equity to the community. They encourage everyone to read it and use it how they see fit to help promote some first steps that can be taken to create safe spaces
The main purpose of the Safe Spaces Playbook is to create and keep our spaces safe for our teamies to thrive and bring their whole authentic selves to work. The intent is to create a space for all Teamies to learn, make mistakes and continue to evolve and build an inclusive community together. Kickstart want to help everyone relearn and create an environment where mistakes are okay as long as we learn from them and move forward. The idea is to start with pronouns and inclusive language and then build out other aspects of safe spaces. As this is an ongoing process we will continue to build out additional resources, training, and education for safe spaces.
Discover the guide here.
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