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Detailed Analysis of the 2012 Federal Budget: The Aftershocks Are More Severe Than the Earthquake

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Detailed Analysis of the 2012 Federal Budget: The Aftershocks Are More Severe Than the Earthquake

The Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) releases its detailed analysis of the Federal Budget from the perspective of culture and heritage today. The 2012-2013 federal budget is the first real budget from the conservative majority government. Readers may recall that last year, to highlight the consistency of its approach, the government reintroduced its electoral budget...

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The Reopening in Ottawa – What’s New?

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CCA Bulletin 14/12

September, it’s the reopening. Activity multiplies; the members of parliament prepare for another session; the CRTC is holding public audiences this week on Bell’s acquisition of Astral as well as in November for CBC’s license renewals; the new seasons for theatres, orchestras, and dance begin; parliamentary committees will begin soon; and the universities return to classes.

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Audiovisual: BCE/Astral, a Transaction with Multiple Dimensions

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CCA Bulletin 13/12

In mid-September, the CRTC will be holding hearings to study BCE’s acquisition of Astral’s holdings. Why is this deal important for the cultural sector?

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Federal Budget 2013: The CCA Makes its Recommendations to the Finance Committee

Federal Budget 2013: The CCA Makes its Recommendations to the Finance Committee

CCA Bulletin 12/12

On June 8th, the Standing Committee on Finance initiated its pre-budget consultations by inviting all Canadians to submit their priorities for the 2013 federal budget. The CCA submitted its recommendations today and hopes to have the opportunity to appear before the Committee.

read more

Five Supreme Court Copyright Decisions: Consumers 4.5 – Artists and Creators 0.5

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CCA Bulletin 11/12

Last Thursday, the Supreme Court delivered five judgments which have a considerable impact on the interpretation of copyright law in Canada. The Court’s decisions were based on the previous version of the Copyright Act, Bill C-11 not yet having been adopted at the time of the hearing, last December...

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When the Copyright Bill Will Be Passed and the Not So Positive Aspects of the Budget for Culture

CCA Bulletin 10/12

The Pre-summer Marathon has Begun

We really feel the end of the parliamentary session in Ottawa these days; it’s a race against the clock to break for the summer, either June 22nd or even maybe as early as June 15th...

read more

What are Canadian Heritage’s priorities for 2012-2013?

CCA Bulletin 09/12

May 28, 2012

The Canadian Conference of the arts is hard at work on our detailed federal budget analysis from the perspective of the arts, culture, and heritage for 2012-2013. For a number of reasons the task is particularly complicated this year...

read more

Fallout from the Federal Budget… Continues

CCA Bulletin 08/12

The CCA continues to identify the cultural impacts of federal budget. On April 30th, several departments and agencies announced a third wave of cuts to the federal public service. Today, the statistics we need and impacts on collective memory.

read more

Other Consequences of the Federal Budget

CCA Bulletin 07/12

In the wake of the budget presented on March 29, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tabled yesterday a Bill that puts into place some the budget initiatives. Food inspection has attracted a great deal of attention but in the cultural sector there are two measures in particular that we would like to highlight.

read more

The Federal Budget 2012-13 and Culture

CCA Bulletin 06/12

Budget day has finally arrived. The verdict has been handed down. Much of the economic news was eclipsed by the abolition of the penny. However there was good news and bad news. Read on to find out how the new budget will affect the arts, culture and heritage.

read more

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Detailed Analysis of the 2012 Federal Budget: The Aftershocks Are More Severe Than the Earthquake

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/eng-cover-231x300.png

Detailed Analysis of the 2012 Federal Budget: The Aftershocks Are More Severe Than the Earthquake

The Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) releases its detailed analysis of the Federal Budget from the perspective of culture and heritage today. The 2012-2013 federal budget is the first real budget from the conservative majority government. Readers may recall that last year, to highlight the consistency of its approach, the government reintroduced its electoral budget...

read more

The Reopening in Ottawa – What’s New?

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/apples-morguefile-300x200.jpg

CCA Bulletin 14/12

September, it’s the reopening. Activity multiplies; the members of parliament prepare for another session; the CRTC is holding public audiences this week on Bell’s acquisition of Astral as well as in November for CBC’s license renewals; the new seasons for theatres, orchestras, and dance begin; parliamentary committees will begin soon; and the universities return to classes.

read more

Audiovisual: BCE/Astral, a Transaction with Multiple Dimensions

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CCA Bulletin 13/12

In mid-September, the CRTC will be holding hearings to study BCE’s acquisition of Astral’s holdings. Why is this deal important for the cultural sector?

read more

Federal Budget 2013: The CCA Makes its Recommendations to the Finance Committee

Federal Budget 2013: The CCA Makes its Recommendations to the Finance Committee

CCA Bulletin 12/12

On June 8th, the Standing Committee on Finance initiated its pre-budget consultations by inviting all Canadians to submit their priorities for the 2013 federal budget. The CCA submitted its recommendations today and hopes to have the opportunity to appear before the Committee.

read more

Five Supreme Court Copyright Decisions: Consumers 4.5 – Artists and Creators 0.5

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/supreme-court-wikipedia-300x184.png

CCA Bulletin 11/12

Last Thursday, the Supreme Court delivered five judgments which have a considerable impact on the interpretation of copyright law in Canada. The Court’s decisions were based on the previous version of the Copyright Act, Bill C-11 not yet having been adopted at the time of the hearing, last December...

read more

When the Copyright Bill Will Be Passed and the Not So Positive Aspects of the Budget for Culture

CCA Bulletin 10/12

The Pre-summer Marathon has Begun

We really feel the end of the parliamentary session in Ottawa these days; it’s a race against the clock to break for the summer, either June 22nd or even maybe as early as June 15th...

read more

What are Canadian Heritage’s priorities for 2012-2013?

CCA Bulletin 09/12

May 28, 2012

The Canadian Conference of the arts is hard at work on our detailed federal budget analysis from the perspective of the arts, culture, and heritage for 2012-2013. For a number of reasons the task is particularly complicated this year...

read more

Fallout from the Federal Budget… Continues

CCA Bulletin 08/12

The CCA continues to identify the cultural impacts of federal budget. On April 30th, several departments and agencies announced a third wave of cuts to the federal public service. Today, the statistics we need and impacts on collective memory.

read more

Other Consequences of the Federal Budget

CCA Bulletin 07/12

In the wake of the budget presented on March 29, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tabled yesterday a Bill that puts into place some the budget initiatives. Food inspection has attracted a great deal of attention but in the cultural sector there are two measures in particular that we would like to highlight.

read more

The Federal Budget 2012-13 and Culture

CCA Bulletin 06/12

Budget day has finally arrived. The verdict has been handed down. Much of the economic news was eclipsed by the abolition of the penny. However there was good news and bad news. Read on to find out how the new budget will affect the arts, culture and heritage.

read more