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Re-opening Roundtable hosted by CITT/ICTS & PM/TDArts - Speaker view
Monique CITT/ICTS
05:55
Québec
Tammy Faulkner (she/her)
09:20
just on a call
Monique CITT/ICTS
18:09
The Québec government has lifted most of the public health measures associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.Some measures remain in force:In restaurants, bars and all other similar places, including rented rooms, people must be seated to consume food or drink.When practising karaoke, a distance of 2 metres or a partition is mandatory, if the singer is not wearing a procedural mask.
Monique CITT/ICTS
18:37
In homes and the various accommodation units, it is always recommended that gatherings be limited to 10 people or the occupants of 3 households.Since March 12, 2022, the vaccination passport is no longer required in Quebec. However, presenting a proof of vaccination remains mandatory, according to federal government requirements, for travel within and outside Canada, by train, plane or cruise ship.The requirement to wear a mask or face covering is gradually being relaxed. To find out more, see the Wearing a mask or a face covering in public settings in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic page.However, you must continue to follow the basic health instructions.
Monique CITT/ICTS
22:29
Wearing a mask in Québec, for the moment… https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/2019-coronavirus/mask-or-face-covering/wearing-a-face-covering-in-public-settings-covid-19
Tammy Faulkner (she/her)
25:36
NB no longer requires isolation
Julian Sleath
26:38
Over in UK - England no longer requires isolation but Wales and Scotland do.
Tammy Faulkner (she/her)
31:35
I agree with everyone. I find it useful to connect with folks regularly and would love to explore different topics.
Tanya Greve
32:42
I agree about the cross over between the two CITT groups. And topical discussions sounds great.
Monique CITT/ICTS
34:37
May I suggest we change the name from TD roundtable to a more generic inclusive name?
Julian Sleath
35:43
Operations Staff ? Some venues have building ops - others in food & bev. Just a thought.
Tanya Greve
35:51
I am wondering if based on topic opening up discussion beyond TD/PMs
Julian Sleath
37:53
And the price of a decent sheet of plywood has skyrocketed. Scenery builders are having to quote waay higher.
Paul McManus
39:42
I have to run as I have another meeting that's in-person (yay) and 15 minutes away. I seems to me that we actually need to add a separate discussion group where we talk about general topics effecting the industry. I like having the specific TD/PM roundtables so that we have a forum to discuss specific items. Maybe meeting every 2 or 3 months would leave enough time for all groups to meet. Thans for the chat, look forward to next time
Paul Fujimoto-Pihl (he/him)
40:06
Thanks Paul, great to have you!
Tammy Faulkner (she/her)
46:46
yes that's what we were doing for a while but we've stopped now
Andrea Lundy
47:00
Being dragged away folks… sorry to leave early. Looking forward to future iterations of this conversation.
Tanya Greve
49:49
Have to go. Thank you very much for these meetings and keeping us all connected.
Fraser MacKinnon
49:52
I've got to run away to rehearsal, thank you very much everyone!
Monique CITT/ICTS
50:03
My PA https://linkeddigitalfuture.ca/cultural-venues-datathon/
Monique CITT/ICTS
50:27
The Cultural Venues Datathon is being offered in both English and French with 4 separate drop-in sessions dedicated to each language.
Monique CITT/ICTS
50:50
When: Monday, April 25, 2022 to Friday, April 30, 2022 for editing activities and a grand plenary on Monday, May 2, 2022, to close the datathon.
Monique CITT/ICTS
53:49
https://www.citt.org/ExpoScene.html
Julian Sleath
56:00
Thanks everyone :-)
Tammy Faulkner (she/her)
56:05
Thank you everyone! I have mixed emotions lol
Tom Baranski
56:45
Thanks everyone! Have a great day.