Featured content

Aboriginal

About the Aboriginal Arts Office

The Aboriginal Arts Office is committed to ensuring that the Canada Council's services and programs best meet the needs of Canada's First...

Aboriginal Arts Office

Tulugak

Artist Story

Promoting Arctic Traditions

Nunavut and Nunavik performance artists are joining their peers in Greenland to use theatre, dance, music, circus arts and storytelling to explore raven tales and Eastern Arctic traditions.

Claude McKenzie, St. John’s Soundshift Festival. Photo: Jared Reid.

Artist Story

SOUNDshift

Over 600 delegates from 60 countries came to this festival to experience music and dance through workshops, film screenings and concerts.

GG winners | Gangants GG

News Release

The best Canadian books of 2014 revealed

“By celebrating the GG literary awards, we want to highlight the work of Canada’s best authors, illustrators and translators. The voices of these artists and thinkers are more necessary than ever in a world in search of meaning and hope,” said Simon Brault, Director and CEO of the Canada Council.

blue sky

Research

A Knowledge and Literature Review

Get an overview of oral and written knowledge on Aboriginal arts in Canada today. Read the report here!

recipients / beneficiares

Past recipients

Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.

how to apply - comment presenter

How to apply

Your grant application plays a critical role in demonstrating the artistic merit of your project. This document responds to some...

Research

Overview of Revenues by Source and Province, 2012-13

Prepared by the Canada Council’s Research and Evaluation Section, these data tables use locked CADAC data to highlight revenue...