Arts supporters from across Canada gathered in Ottawa on Tuesday October 21st to meet with Members of Parliament for the Arts Day on the Hill, organized by The Canadian Arts Coalition.
Prosper Kelowna supports deploying uniformed security personnel to travel on Kelowna Buses during peak hours so as to provide a visible security presence and assure transit riders and Bus drivers of their safety.
The City of Williams Lake encourages all residents to provide their input to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure's B.C. On the Move 10-year Transportation Plan.
Over the past year the new Board of Directors for canvas, a foundation dedicated to providing supports for visual artists facing financial difficulty, have completed a strategic plan and undergone a rebranding. As a first action the group launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise $10,000 for its Artist Relief Fund.
The 17th annual Montreal International Documentary Festival is proud to welcome more than 75 guests from countries as far-flung as Japan, Kosovo and Colombia.
Dr. Edward Curtis, a professor of religious studies at Indiana University, will be on campus for two speaking engagements and he will be available to meet with media at 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3.
New research focused on the medicinal properties of hemp as well as its use in the biofibre industry will receive more than $198,000 under Growing Forward 2 as part of governments' commitment to research, innovation and regional development. The funding was announced today by Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Minister Ron Kostyshyn and Member of Parliament for Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette Robert Sopuck, on behalf of Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz.