Category Archives: Canada

Alberta writer Myrna Kostash’s take on voting for cultural policy – join in the discussion

ARTISTS IN ALBERTA: WHO SHOULD YOU VOTE FOR? by Myrna Kostash reposted from: http://changealberta.wordpress.com/2012/03/29/artists-in-alberta-who-should-you-vote-for-by-myrna-kostash/ [Posted on March 29, 2012 by ChangeAlberta]   If you’re an artist in Alberta (read, self-employed with no taxable income), who should you vote for? For a lot of us that … Continue reading

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What advocacy services do we need at the federal level?

A short while ago, I posted about the CCA (Canadian Conference of the Arts), which was founded 66 years ago to represent the interests of all Canadian artists and cultural professionals at the federal level. CCA was behind the creation … Continue reading

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