Canada's Finance Minister Bill Morneau

Call for Participation in the Pre-Budget Consultations

Since the federal election the oil barrel and the loonie have dropped to their lowest level in thirteen years. This puts Finance Minister Bill Morneau in a tough situation: deliver the promised growth spending or be fiscally prudent? In this context, no promise can be taken for granted. That’s why the Canadian Arts Coalition asks […]

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Analyses of the Federal and Territorial Budgets

Analyses of the Provincial and Territorial 2015-16 Budgets from the Perspective of Arts, Culture and Heritage

The fourth annual analyses of provincial and territorial budgets from the perspective of the cultural sector is now available. Entitled In Search of the Creative Economy: Analyses of the Provincial and Territorial 2015-2016 Budgets from the Perspective of Arts, Culture and Heritage, the document was co-authored by M. Sharon Jeannotte, senior fellow at the Centre […]

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87% of Canadians believe that arts and culture help us express and define what it means to be Canadian.

See for yourself how arts and culture contribute to Canadian Society

Canada is comprised of many talented individuals who work together to share our stories in energetic and creative ways. These activities ripple throughout our nation and simultaneously create positive impact on our identity, our economy, our children, our communities and even on our health. The arts affect us in many ways. Take a look at […]

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The Honorable Melanie Joly at the swearing-in ceremony

Canadian Arts Coalition Welcomes New Minister of Canadian Heritage

The Canadian Arts Coalition congratulates Mélanie Joly, the newly sworn in Minister of Canadian Heritage, on her appointment to Cabinet. Ms. Joly is known for her involvement in the cultural sector as a volunteer and philanthropist. Notably, she was awarded the Arnold Edinborough Award by Business for the Arts in 2010. “We are eager to […]

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