Agreement Reached on Script Coordinators
WGC Supports WGA with Toronto Rally
WGC Code of Conduct During WGA Strike
Working for Canadian Screenwriters
The Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) is a professional association of more than 2,500 English-language screenwriters. WGC members are the creative force behind Canada’s successful TV shows, movies, and webseries, and their work brings the diversity of Canadian life and culture to the world’s screens.
The WGC supports Canadian screenwriters through negotiating and administering collective agreements with independent producers and broadcasters to ensure that screenwriters earn fair pay and benefits, and advocates for policies that foster Canadian programming and production. The WGC is also an essential professional hub for screenwriters, bringing them together as a community, and boosting their profile in the industry and beyond.
Early-Stage Development Program Webinar Now On YouTube
National Agreement Reached Between WGC and IATSE on Script Coordinators
September Script of the Month
July Script of the Month
A.I. and the Role of Canadian Creators
Now on YouTube: Writers Talking Kids' TV
Now on YouTube: Clement Virgo in Conversation with Michael McGowan
WGC supports WGA with Toronto rally
June Script of the Month
May's Script of the Month
Message to WGC Members Regarding the WGA Strike
Hello Again Oct 2022
In this episode, we CUT TO: the making of the CBC Gem series Hello (Again) with guests Nathalie Younglai—executive producer/showrunner/co-creator/writer—and series writers Leonard Chan and Lief Ramsaran. The host, Motion, talks to the panel about everything from tips for new writers, to taking the show from a concept to a series, to building scenes around an emotional core, and the challenges of writing about time travel.