The March 22 issue of the e-newsletter published by the Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) takes a look at the Canada/E.U. Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement plan and its possible impact on culture.
CCA notes that “Canada has the most comprehensive cultural policies in the world. Governments at every level and parties of all stripes have implemented policies that try to level the playing field for Canadian artists, cultural producers, and distributors.” It calls on the government to keep Canadians fully informed of what exactly is being negotiated.
The newsletter is available in English and French in the Canadian Conference of the Arts – Advocacy Resources – Bulletins section of the CCA website.