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The Equity Office advances the principle of equity. It works to increase equity of access to Canada Council’s grants and services. It...

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Kalabanté

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Kalabanté

Productions Kalabanté, a Montréal-based company that combines African music and circus arts, has an impressive roster of partners — Artcirq (Nunavut), Cirque Éloize (Montreal), Hand Drum Rhythms (Victoria and Winnipeg), Education Without Borders (Vancouver) — and a solid network of national and international distributors. Kalabanté’s mission is two-fold: to promote African culture and to carry out a humanitarian aid project. All of its profits go...

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Bob Frazer and Marc Senior in the Realwheels production Whose Life is it Anyway? Photo: Tim Matheson

Congratulations to Realwheels Theatre

Realwheels Theatre’s production of Whose Life is it Anyway? has been nominated for six Jessie awards as part of the 32nd annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards. Realwheels is a Vancouver-based, professional theatre company that produces performances that deepen the audience’s understanding of the disability experience. 

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Deaf and Disability Arts

With the Canada Council's publication of the Moving Forward: Strategic Plan 2008-11, disability was named as a new area of exploration...

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recipients / beneficiares

Past recipients

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

Pamela Boyd and Thomas Poulsen, dancers, in <em>Paired,</em> choreography by Naomi Brand, production of MoMo Mixed Ability Dance Theatre. Photo: Leah Hennel.

Artist Story

Art for all

MoMo Mixed Ability Dance Theatre aims to build a national network of companies integrating the practices of differently-abled artists…

Supporting the arts: a driving force for prosperity and reputation in the 21st century

Simplifying is always complex. But we need to pay attention to this complexity and leverage it. We are well aware of the fact that the future should not be built at the expense of the present by rejecting a past that has had some impressive successes; we draw inspiration from the past and dream of the future. And we are determined to dream.

Research

Maps of Canada Showing Canada Council funding by Province and Territory

Statistical research and analysis regarding Canada Council funding programs, grant recipients and...