Radio & Television

‘Mohawk Girls’ drives economic growth in Montreal area: CMPA

OTTAWA – Canadian comedy-drama series Mohawk Girls has generated $43.1 million in total economic output in Greater Montreal communities over the course of its 33 episode run, says a new study released by the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA).The study, available here, determined that the production has contributed $29.8 million in GDP, created the equivalent of 430 full-time equivalent production jobs, plus employed roughly 750 background performers.  Many of these jobs were filled by individuals from Kahnawake Mohawk Territory and other surrounding communities. In addition, the study found that the show contracted more than 300 vendors from across the Greater Montreal...
 

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