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In 2016, the Canada Council for the Arts launched its strategic plan, Shaping a New Future, and an innovative funding model, while also committing to better reporting on its investments. At this point, the Council was at the very beginning of a five-year cycle (2016–21) that would see its budget incrementally doubled.
To better understand the impact of its investments, the Canada Council for the Arts commissioned a qualitative impact framework. This comprehensive framework will enable the Council to better articulate the many ways in which Canadians’ lives are enhanced by the arts.
Why do we stop dancing when we grow up? Why do we disconnect and alienate ourselves from the body? It is surprising to me that dance/movement therapy (DMT) is not more popular within the fields of psychology and psychotherapy globally.
In recent years, the Canada Council has collaborated closely with the Government of Canada and its embassies on major cultural diplomacy initiatives.
In 1993, Steven Guilbeault co-founded the environmental action group Équiterre. For decades since, up until October 2018, he campaigned for climate change action from his post in that organization and during work at Greenpeace.
APTN has just published the first ever National Indigenous Music Impact Study (NIMIS). This landmark Canadian study looked at the contributions made by the Indigenous music community and the impacts that this community has on the Canadian economy and on the social fabric of this country. T