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He also attended the festival's screening of Ally Was Screaming, alongside his castmates.
Matter joined the main cast of Global's medical drama Remedy in 2015, for its second season.
He was nominated for a 2015 AMPIA Rosie Award, for his role as Andrew, the abusive estranged husband of the titular Ally.
In November 2014 he was announced as one of the Whistler Film Festival's Rising Stars, a program designed to promote the next generation of Western Canadian actors poised for international careers.
This convinced him that it was time to move on, so he quit, returning to Vancouver, where he lied his way into a bar tending job before landing his first acting role.
The film's director Anne Wheeler went on to win Best Direction (Television Movie) at the 2017 Leo Awards.
He also had a recurring role in the third season of the CBC series Arctic Air as Tag Cummins, the love interest of the series female protagonist, Krista Ivarson, portrayed by Pascale Hutton.
Additionally, Matter appeared in the 'VIP Lounge' online content produced to accompany the show, which was available through the series page on the CBC website.
He has acknowledged that it was this experience that helped him to focus on his studies and pass his high school exams.
He continued to work on the oil rigs alongside his grandfather and brother Trevor until the age of 25, while simultaneously moving to Vancouver and attending Vancouver Film School in pursuit of his long-term goal of an acting career.
It took six months for him to be fully rehabilitated, having to go through extensive physio therapy to fully regain his ability to walk.