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The CALQ is pleased to support the Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsables (CQEER) and Creative Green Tools Canada to aid Quebec arts organizations in their energy transition. Over the next few months, a sample of arts organisations supported by CQEER will use the Creative Green tools to find out the carbon footprint of their activities. They will then be able to set reduction targets.
The Canada Council for the Arts, in collaboration with Archipel Research and Consulting Inc., undertook a research project to understand the role of arts and cultures to Indigenous communities across Canada and the value of public funding for Indigenous arts and cultures, which resulted in 26 recommendations for the Council and other arts funders to guide their path forward towards supporting Indigenous artists and organizations.
After years of consultation and debate, Canada has passed legislation to extend copyright protection by 20 years to a “life-plus-70” term.
Artists are to get paid when their work is resold in a shakeup of copyright laws that would give them a slice of collectors' profits.
The Government of Yukon and the Canada Council for the Arts have announces the creation and implementation of a new partnership initiative to support Yukon's emerging Indigenous artists and cultural carriers.
The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec today unveiled its 2022-2023 Sustainable Development Action Plan. This new plan represents the first phase of a major green shift that will be orchestrated across all of the Council's programs in the coming years.