The Canadian Coalition for the Arts welcomes the publication of Culture in the Balance: Analyses of the Provincial and Territorial 2014-2015 Budgets from the Perspective of Arts, Culture and Heritage, by the Centre on Governance of the University of Ottawa. This is the third edition of this analysis. The first edition had been produced by […]
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Analyses of the Provincial and Territorial 2014-15 Budgets from the Perspective of Arts, Culture and Heritage
09 Mar 2015
Federal Budget, Culture and the Arts: Still Smarting from Budget 2012 Cuts but Better Times on the Horizon?
05 Jan 2015
The Canadian Conference of the Arts, Canadian Arts Coalition and Saskatchewan Arts Alliance are pleased to release the analysis of the 2014 Federal Budget 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 […]
01 Dec 2014
No rest until the federal budget is out: on November 27, Coalition co-chair Kate Cornell, from Canadian Dance Assembly, was among a select group of 17 business people, academics and innovators invited to participate in a pre-budget consultation with Finance Minister Joe Oliver in Toronto. In response to consultation questions, Ms. Cornell stressed how the […]
30 Oct 2014
Our Steering Committee member, Frédéric Julien, appeared before the Standing Committee on Finance on October 29. The House of Commons Standing Committte on Finance was holding hearings as part of the pre-budget consultation process. The topic for these hearings was “maximizing the number and types of jobs for Canadians.” This topic provided a great opportunity […]
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