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The CAC’s contribution to the 2019 Alternative Federal Budget

The Canadian Arts Coalition is once again pleased to contribute the Arts and Culture chapter to the 24th edition of the Alternative Federal Budget (AFB) 2019. Given the new shorter format, we decided to examine a critical cultural policy issue, as we aspire to discover ideal paths forward so we may build a better future […]

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Get Ready for Arts Day 2018!

Arts Day on the Hill is quickly approaching, and with that comes information and resources that you can use to prepare as a registered delegate or supporter from afar. Whether or not you’ll be joining us in Ottawa on October 2, feel free to download and use these documents to guide your arts advocacy for […]

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Standing Up for Culture in Trade Negotiations

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a strong stance in support of culture in the context of NAFTA negotiations while at a press conference in Surrey, B.C., stating Canada would not sign a renegotiated agreement that doesn’t protect Canada’s cultural industries or includes a dispute resolution mechanism.  “It would be a giving up of our sovereignty and our identity, and that […]

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Register for Arts Day on the Hill 2018

Are you, or do you want to be, an Arts Advocate who would like to join the Canadian Arts Coalition for Arts Day on the Hill this year? On Arts Day on the Hill, artists, arts workers, arts service organizations, and national arts service organizations meet with MP’s and Senators to discuss how the federal […]

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