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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The Canadian Arts Coalition Makes Recommendations for the 2019 Federal Budget

The  Canadian  Arts Coalition is proud to share its  two Budget 2019 recommendations. These pre-budget recommendations  take into account the economic competitiveness of several stakeholders,  both organizations and individuals. These recommendations were identified as  priorities by 30 member associations – representing thousands of artists and hundreds  of arts organizations – during consultations held in June […]

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Artist Taxation Briefing Note*

The Canadian Arts Coalition is a collaborative non-partisan movement spearheaded by a group of national arts service and membership organizations. We are united in the belief that the future of our citizens, their towns and cities, and the nation itself depends on a rich, vibrant and diverse arts and heritage community. Consistent with our mandate […]

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Renuka Bauri and Frédéric Julien in the Indigenous room at the Senate

The Coalition Wraps Up Participation in Several Studies on Parliament Hill

Since the beginning of the year, the Canadian Arts Coalition was offered several opportunities to participate in parliamentary studies related to or impacting the arts. Here’s a status update as these various studies are wrapping up. Cultural Hubs and Cultural Districts Study The Coalition Co-Chairs appeared before the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage on March […]

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