May 16, 2016 – Last week, Statistics Canada released a series of economic indicators on arts and culture. The absolute figures – $54.6 billion, 630,000 jobs – are impressive. The trends over time, less so. Read more
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In hundreds of communities across Canada, people and organizations are devoting their skills to bring together touring artists and audiences. This is the field of performing arts presentation.
May 11, 2016 – In this issue: recreation spending, Canadian content in the digital era, a new chapter at Canada Council, equity and inclusion, discounts for CAPACOA members. Read more
May 9, 2016 – As the government undertakes a consultation on Canadian content in a digital world, now's an auspicious time to look at how Canadians use their disposible income when it comes to recreation. Read more
April 29, 2016 – The last week saw two major announcements which are bound to change the arts and culture landscape in Canada. Over the weekend, the Minister of Canadian Heritage announced a major consultation on Canadian Content in a Digital World. Then, the Canada Council for the Arts released its 2016-2021 strategic plan. Read more
April 18, 2016 – Give a research report to a performing arts presenter, and he or she will look into it for one thing: audience insights. The problem is, not enough research in Canada actually delivers actionable audience insights. Other nations are nonetheless taking audience research down exciting paths. Read more
- Changes in Favour of Efficiency, Transparency and Trust at Canadian Heritage
- Proposed Legislation to Help Touring Canadians Enter U.S.
- Arts Marketing and Development Conference
- Presenting Networks at the ECMW
- Arts Sector Delighted by the Support for Arts & Culture in the 2016 Budget
- Agents and Managers Gather for a Special Retreat
- Dialogue on International Taxation Begins with CRA
- Goodbye TFWP; Welcome International Mobility Program
- Electronic Travel Authorization Comes Into Force
- Fighting Visa Processing Times Through Legislation