This page identifies accessible and alternative formats, services and supports which are available to potential applicants, who are Deaf or have disabilities, or have other barriers which require accommodation.
The design of this site respects the accessibility principles found in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA.
Applicants may choose various ways to communicate with Council staff:
Individual applicants who are Deaf and/or have disabilities, including people living with mental illness, and Deaf and disability arts groups, may apply for funds to cover disability-related supports and services required to complete a project funded through a Canada Council program. Details and application forms for Access Support are found within each specific granting program.
Individual applicants who are Deaf and/or have disabilities, including people living with mental illness, may request funding to contribute to costs for services to assist them specifically in completing a grant application and/or in submitting a final report.
View signed, audio and captioned videos summarizing the Deaf and Disability Arts Strategy (ASL).
Access and Evaluation Questionnaires will be sent to all artists invited to sit on peer or advisory committees to ensure that access related needs, including sign language interpretation and dietary requirements, are met.
Other documents with information on the Council’s strategic approach to access for and assessment of applicants from Deaf and disability arts communities:
* TTY is a telecommunication device for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired.
Bureau de l'équité
Canada Council for the Arts
150 Elgin St. P.O. Box 1047
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5V8
Toll free: 1-800-263-5588