Did you know that the Canada Council has just announced its new funding model? By 2017, 6 new non-disciplinary programs will replace the current 147 programs.
The Writing and Publishing Section contributes to the advancement of Canadian literature, through its programs and in line with the...
The Public Lending Right Program (PLR) is geared specifically to Canadian literary contributors, providing fair compensation for free public access to their works while acknowledging their contribution to Canada’s culture. Are you registered?
Montréal, February 14-15, 2014 Event details Close to 250 people involved in the literary arts across the country will convene to...
On February 14-15, 2014, some 250 members of the Canadian literary community gathered in Montréal for the National Forum on the...
Moncton publishers Éditions Perce-Neige used their Council grant to publish contemporary Acadian stories. Learn more.
Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.
The organization, an arm’s length agency of the federal government, will transform its current suite of 147 discipline-based programs into six national, non-disciplinary programs.
New 2010 provincial / territorial (PT) data detailing the economic importance of arts, culture, heritage and sport are now available via...