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2020 Annual Public Meeting

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Learn about our work in the last year and what lies with our 2020 Annual Public Meeting (APM).

What’s an annual public meeting and why hold one?

As a Crown corporation, the APM is a legal requirement for the Canada Council for the Arts. More than that, we see it as a great opportunity to share annual updates with the arts community and the wider Canadians public. We want you to see and hear firsthand how we’re progressing on our strategic commitments and work supporting the arts.

Save the date for our 2020 APM

The Canada Council for the Arts will host its 2020 APM on January 21 at 4:00 p.m. EST. We invite you to join us for the event in person, or watch a live webcast of the meeting on this page. Add the event to your calendar.

Send us your questions

The APM will include a question and answer portion, during which we will respond to your questions about our work. We invite you to send your questions to apm@canadacouncil.ca. If we are unable to answer your question owing to the time constraints of the APM, we will send you an individual response. We ask that you refrain from asking questions related to specific grant applications in this forum    

More information

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. EST


Canada Council for the Arts
150 Elgin Street, 2nd floor

Livestream: www.canadacouncil.ca


  • Venue is wheelchair accessible.
  • The webcast and live event will be accessible in both official languages and include simultaneous sign-language interpretation in ASL and LSQ.
  • The webcast will have closed captioning in both official languages.

2019 Annual Public Meeting

Revisit the content from our 2019 APM below.



Stats and Stories 2017-18

Stats and Stories

Learn about the impact of the artists, groups and organizations who received Canada Council funding in 2018-19.

Building Momentum - Annual Report 2017-18

2018-19 Annual Report

See the impact of our grants, prizes and payments in 1,936 communities across Canada.

Dancers overlooking landscape

Investing to Shape a New Future

Find out how we're optimizing the federal government's progressive investment