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The Canada Council undertakes arts research to develop and share knowledge about our activities, as well as sector-wide trends in the...

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Opening doors to Canadian art data

What is Open Data? Open Data, Open Information, and Open Dialogue – these are all ways of saying that you can have access to our data. More access to data means more transparency and accountability, more citizen engagement, and greater innovation and economic opportunities. Sharing...

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Take a look at key statistics of Canada Council funding, including number of grant applications received and the number awarded,...

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Kiah Hachey and Karen Flahrety

Artist Story

The sounds of katajjak resonate at Northern Lights 2012

Supported by the Council, Kiah Hachey and Karen Flaherty attended the Northern Lights Trade Show in Ottawa to sing katajjak (throat singing). Performed as a duet, throat singing mimics environmental sounds such as wind, sea and birds. Thanks to the two young Inuit artists, this unique aural homage to Nunavut also echoed in Greenland, Iceland, Mongolia and Switzerland...

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Searchable Grants Listing

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