Podcast
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Scott Neigh | France Trépanier and Chris Creighton-Kelly talk about the work of Primary Colours/Couleurs primaires to make anti-racist and decolonial change in Canada's arts system.
Blog
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Stephen Kimber | While Pittsburgh gears up for one of its "best" film years, iconic Nova Scotia film industry companies have announced they are either folding or relocating to where the work is.
Blog
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Francis Fortier | It's hard to know exactly how much is being invested, in both time and money, into the audiovisual sector by artists themselves. A conservative estimate would be between $10 and $13 million a year.
Columnists
June Chua | In the weeks before the Hot Docs Festival in Toronto, the industry has been hit with announcements of colossal cuts at the NFB, CBC and Telefilm.
News
Stefan Christoff | In building a broader context for the Northern Gateway battle, stepping beyond recent headlines is important. In that vein, what are the relations between Enbridge and funding for the arts?
Blog
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Andrea Carson | With all this talk of financial reform, from the global to the municipal levels (hello, Rob Ford), maybe it's time we looked at whether the granting system in Canada could use some reform of its own.
Podcast
Jennifer Efting, Rowan Lipkovits | On this show we take a look at the state of musician health and safety. What are the hazards? What protection do musicians have from injury and strain?
Blog
Alberta Oilsands Worker Illustrated in the Conservative Progressivism Style
David J. Climenhaga | Good news! There may be a way for the prime minister to support poetry with swears in it while appealing to the basest instincts of his fundamentalist Base.
Podcast
Jane Williams | In August, the Liberal government announced a 20 per cent reduction in funding to the arts and cultural sector with much deeper cuts to come next year.