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Permits & Licenses

Labour Licenses

In Québec, a special act* on labour relations in film, television and other areas imposes requirements on Canadian and non-Canadian producers hiring artists for positions included in a bargaining sector defined by the CRAAAP**.

Please consult the Québec producers association (APFTQ) Association des producteurs de films et de télévision du Québec in order to obtain additional information.

* Act respecting the Professional Status and Conditions of Engagement of Performing, Recording and Film Artists (R.S.Q., c. S-32.1)

** Commission de reconnaissance des associations d’artistes et des associations de producteurs

Permits and Licenses

Permits to film in public areas, public buildings or on the road network are required throughout the province. Three regional film offices are in charge of permits and licenses. They will also be able to help you deal with public safety issues, which are usually the municipalities’ responsibility.
 
Montréal Film and Television Commission
303, Notre-Dame Street East, office 6.200
Montréal (Québec)
H2Y 3Y8
Tel: 514 872-2883
Fax: 514 872-3409
E-mail: film_tv@ville.montreal.qc.ca
 
City of Québec - Tourism Development and Major Events Office
Genevieve Dore, Film and Television Coordinator
15 rue St-Nicolas Quebec (Quebec) G1K 1M8
Tel: 418-641-6411
Fax: 418-691-3644
E-mail: cinema@ville.quebec.qc.ca
 
Laurentians Film and Television Commission
430, Grace Street
Lachute (Québec)
J8H 1M6
Tel: (450) 562-2446 # 253
Fax: (450) 562-1911
E-mail: info@filmlaurentides.ca
 
In regions that are not served by a regional film bureau, please consult the Répertoire des municipalités du Québec in order to obtain their respective contact information.
 
To obtain information on the provincial road network, please consult Transport Québec.