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Election Bulletin: Results of the 2015 Federal Election

La Conférence canadienne des arts (CCA) félicite le nouveau gouvernement libéral pour sa remarquable réalisation d’hier soir. Comme tous nos partenaires du secteur culturel, nous sommes impatients de travailler avec le gouvernement pour assurer dans les meilleurs délais la mise en oeuvre de sa plateforme culturelle. La santé et le bien-être des artistes et du secteur culturel dans son ensemble en dépendent. la CCA va continuer de jouer un rôle modeste dans son appui du secteur et entamera des discussions quant à la résurgence...

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Shrinking Data due to Funding Cuts

Due to funding cuts, libraries within the following government agencies have been cut or closed: Citizenship and Immigration, Agriculture, Environment, Industry, Transport Canada, National Defence, Public Works and Government Services, the National Capital Commission and the Public Service Commission. These cuts and closings have led to a loss of data. (Ontario Library Commission) For more on this, please click here....

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Election Bulletin: Timeline Poster

For the past nine years, the arts have undergone serious cuts– too many to fit on a small poster. We’ve highlighted just a few, as well as some advocacy facts and actions you can take on this PDF of a poster for informational printout/awareness for your arts organization. pour une version française, cliquez...

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ELECTION BULLETIN: Liberal Party releases Arts and Culture platform

The Liberal Party has released a platform for the arts and culture industries. Included are increasing funding for the CBC, restoring touring funds ProMart and TradeRoutes, and doubling the funding for the Canada Council for the Arts. The entire press release can be found here.  

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2015 Budget Analysis

2015 Federal Budget: Culture and arts still a low priority for the government   The Canadian Conference of the Arts, the Canadian Arts Coalition and the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance are pleased to release the analysis of the 2015 Federal Budget which examines federal funding for the arts and culture sector for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The broad conclusion of this analysis is that while this pre-election budget does not contain any major changes to cultural funding by Ottawa, arts and culture do not figure amongst the political priorities...

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ELECTION 2015: VOTE ARTS AND CULTURE

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This election is crucial. For the past nine years, arts and culture have undergone unprecedented cuts to funding: challenges that have resulted in shuttered archives at government institutions, theatres losing their funding due to censorship, and enormous cuts to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). There have also been cuts to Telefilm, expropriations of copyright ownership through Bill C-11, and cuts to funds for touring and exporting Canadian arts to the world. It is time for change. To this end, we are committed to compiling...

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Federal Budget Analysis Provides Thorough Overview of Year 2014

Federal Budget Analysis Provides Thorough Overview of Year 2014

Federal Budget, Culture and the Arts: Still Smarting from Budget 2012 Cuts but Better Times on the Horizon? The Canadian Conference of the Arts,  Canadian Arts Coalition and Saskatchewan Arts Alliance are pleased to release the analysis of the 2014 Federal Budget  (français) which examines federal funding for the arts and culture sector over the whole 2014 calendar year. The analysis explores funding to the Department of Canadian Heritage and other federal cultural agencies and crown corporations; organizational and funding trends...

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CCA : Call for interest

Last Friday, we put in place a caretaker Board of Governors. We will gladly receive and consider any serious offer to reactivate the activities of the CCA.

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Canada Council for the Arts Calls for Public Engagement in the Arts

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Canada Council for the Arts Calls for Public Engagement in the Arts

In a discussion paper released on October 16, the Canada Council for the Arts calls for public engagement in the Arts. The publication was made at the Council’s Annual Public Meeting and accompanies the release of its Annual Report. The 29-page document, titled Public Engagement in the Arts, is an overview of current approaches...

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Canada’s 150th Anniversary: An Opportunity to Look Backwards

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Canada’s 150th Anniversary:  An Opportunity to Look Backwards

After 37 meetings, spanning from fall 2011 to spring 2012, the Standing Committee on Heritage published on September 24th a 63 page report on Canada’s 150th anniversary. The Committee made a total of 19 recommendations to the government...

 

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Election Bulletin: Results of the 2015 Federal Election

La Conférence canadienne des arts (CCA) félicite le nouveau gouvernement libéral pour sa remarquable réalisation d’hier soir. Comme tous nos partenaires du secteur culturel, nous sommes impatients de travailler avec le gouvernement pour assurer dans les meilleurs délais la mise en oeuvre de sa plateforme culturelle. La santé et le bien-être des artistes et du secteur culturel dans son ensemble en dépendent. la CCA va continuer de jouer un rôle modeste dans son appui du secteur et entamera des discussions quant à la résurgence...

read more

Shrinking Data due to Funding Cuts

Due to funding cuts, libraries within the following government agencies have been cut or closed: Citizenship and Immigration, Agriculture, Environment, Industry, Transport Canada, National Defence, Public Works and Government Services, the National Capital Commission and the Public Service Commission. These cuts and closings have led to a loss of data. (Ontario Library Commission) For more on this, please click here....

read more

Election Bulletin: Timeline Poster

For the past nine years, the arts have undergone serious cuts– too many to fit on a small poster. We’ve highlighted just a few, as well as some advocacy facts and actions you can take on this PDF of a poster for informational printout/awareness for your arts organization. pour une version française, cliquez...

read more

ELECTION BULLETIN: Liberal Party releases Arts and Culture platform

The Liberal Party has released a platform for the arts and culture industries. Included are increasing funding for the CBC, restoring touring funds ProMart and TradeRoutes, and doubling the funding for the Canada Council for the Arts. The entire press release can be found here.  

read more

2015 Budget Analysis

2015 Federal Budget: Culture and arts still a low priority for the government   The Canadian Conference of the Arts, the Canadian Arts Coalition and the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance are pleased to release the analysis of the 2015 Federal Budget which examines federal funding for the arts and culture sector for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The broad conclusion of this analysis is that while this pre-election budget does not contain any major changes to cultural funding by Ottawa, arts and culture do not figure amongst the political priorities...

read more

ELECTION 2015: VOTE ARTS AND CULTURE

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/arts-culture-button-e1441733474921.png

This election is crucial. For the past nine years, arts and culture have undergone unprecedented cuts to funding: challenges that have resulted in shuttered archives at government institutions, theatres losing their funding due to censorship, and enormous cuts to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). There have also been cuts to Telefilm, expropriations of copyright ownership through Bill C-11, and cuts to funds for touring and exporting Canadian arts to the world. It is time for change. To this end, we are committed to compiling...

read more

Federal Budget Analysis Provides Thorough Overview of Year 2014

Federal Budget Analysis Provides Thorough Overview of Year 2014

Federal Budget, Culture and the Arts: Still Smarting from Budget 2012 Cuts but Better Times on the Horizon? The Canadian Conference of the Arts,  Canadian Arts Coalition and Saskatchewan Arts Alliance are pleased to release the analysis of the 2014 Federal Budget  (français) which examines federal funding for the arts and culture sector over the whole 2014 calendar year. The analysis explores funding to the Department of Canadian Heritage and other federal cultural agencies and crown corporations; organizational and funding trends...

read more

CCA : Call for interest

Last Friday, we put in place a caretaker Board of Governors. We will gladly receive and consider any serious offer to reactivate the activities of the CCA.

read more

Canada Council for the Arts Calls for Public Engagement in the Arts

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/discussion-clipart-300x184.png

Canada Council for the Arts Calls for Public Engagement in the Arts

In a discussion paper released on October 16, the Canada Council for the Arts calls for public engagement in the Arts. The publication was made at the Council’s Annual Public Meeting and accompanies the release of its Annual Report. The 29-page document, titled Public Engagement in the Arts, is an overview of current approaches...

read more

Canada’s 150th Anniversary: An Opportunity to Look Backwards

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Maple-Leaf-morgue-file-bulletin-300x184.png

Canada’s 150th Anniversary:  An Opportunity to Look Backwards

After 37 meetings, spanning from fall 2011 to spring 2012, the Standing Committee on Heritage published on September 24th a 63 page report on Canada’s 150th anniversary. The Committee made a total of 19 recommendations to the government...

 

read more