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Rethinking Investment

“We need to understand charities not just as service providers, but as social change agents that are uniquely positioned to solve problems because of their…

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Why do Boards Micromanage?

It is a good question and one that ACCA member, Kathleen Darby, has been exploring. Her research led her to this interesting article, which she wants to…

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Get It In Writing

While arts and culture rarely figure prominently in federal elections, there were some tantalizing promises made during the campaign leading up to the election on October…

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Digging Into The Numbers

Since October 2013, CAPACOA has been digging into years of statistics collected by Canadian Heritage. With roughly 600 clients of the Canada Arts Presentation Fund…

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Strength in Numbers

Audience development could be the single most important issue facing the performing arts sector. Paul Hamlyn Foundation partnered with Cleveland Foundation to commission a book about…

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Feeling Older?

There is no doubt, Canada is getting older. For the first time, the number of persons aged 65 years and older exceeded the number of children aged 0 to 14 years.…

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