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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Orford Arts Centre: Major Modernization Project




Orford, Canada, June 27, 2009It was during a press conference held Thursday afternoon at the Orford Arts Centre that the Minister of Culture, Communications and the Status of Women, Christine St-Pierre, and MNA for Orford, Pierre Reid, announced an agreement in principle for an amount of $6.85 million dollars that will permit the advancement of a major modernization project for the Orford Arts Centre (OAC) and the upgrading of the infrastructure of its site and buildings.

The Orford Arts Centre is located in the heart of beautiful Mount Orford Provincial Park in Quebec, Canada and was founded in 1951 by Mr. Gilles Lefebvre and the Jeunesses musicales du Canada movement. The main mission of the Centre is the training of talented young musicians at the university and postgraduate level by some of the world’s greatest masters in classical music, as well as the presentation of works in various artistic disciplines focusing on local artistry, artistic potential and innovation.

“The Orford Arts Centre has the exceptional potential to attract music and art lovers from all over the world to our region. The project announced today will give the Centre a well-deserved new lease on life and encourage the full development of its potential,” said Pierre Reid, MNA for Orford.

On behalf of the Orford Arts Centre’s Board of Directors, President Mathieu Bouchard warmly welcomed this news. Said Bouchard, “We thank the Government of Quebec for the recognition it has given us and for its assistance. This financial support will allow us to ensure the longevity of the OAC and assert its place as a major heritage site in Quebec, an essential cultural institution both nationally and internationally, and a touristic and economic engine for the region.”

"This financial support will also permit us to continue the Orford Arts Centre’s mission throughout the year. What an extraordinary vote of confidence! Our artists here and abroad, our students from 35 different countries, and our public, applaud you,” said Davis Joachim, Executive Director of the Orford Arts Centre.

The site of the Orford Arts Centre equally possesses great historical and architectural value. Today it is one of the few places in Quebec where you can find a significant concentration of buildings designed in the modern expressionist style. The Gilles-Lefebvre Concert Hall (1960), L’Homme et la Musique Pavilion (1967) and the J.A.-DeSève Pavilion (1968) are all part of a formal renewal in Quebec architecture that coincided with the entry of Quebec society into modernity. The dynamic shapes of its pavilions and the originality of the methods used by architect Paul-Marie Côté (1921-1969) make these buildings historical masterpieces of modern Quebecois design.

There is also something extremely interesting and unique about the architecture of the Gilles-Lefebvre Concert Hall, and the L’Homme et la Musique and J.A.-DeSève pavilions: their designs are all linked to music. The Gilles-Lefebvre Concert Hall is in the shape of a grand piano. L’Homme et la Musique Pavilion is in the shape of an organ case. And the J.A.-DeSève Pavilion is in the shape of the musical key F.

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Friday, June 26, 2009

Canada Council welcomes $25 million funding renewal

Canada Council welcomes $25 million funding renewal

Ottawa, June 26, 2009 – Canada Council for the Arts welcomes today’s announcement that the Government of Canada has renewed for five more years the $25 million in annual funding scheduled to sunset at the end of the current fiscal year. This represents total funding of $125 million over the next five years. Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages James Moore made the announcement in Vancouver, and Canada Council Director and CEO Robert Sirman was there to hear the good news.

“This funding confirmation couldn’t come at a better time,” said Mr. Sirman. “It gives the Council a solid base for planning the implementation of the third year of its Strategic Plan 2008-11, and helps stabilize the arts sector during a particularly challenging economic period.”

Today’s announcement recognizes the important role of the arts in Canada and the value which the Council’s support of professional arts practice brings to all Canadians. According to Statistics Canada, there are approximately 600,000 cultural workers in Canada of whom over 140,000 are practising artists. Further, a study by the Conference Board of Canada reported that the economic impact of the culture sector was $46 billion. A special examination of the Canada Council in 2008 by the Office of the Auditor General reinforced the efficiency and effectiveness of the Council’s work with the finding: “The systems and practices we examined had no significant deficiencies. In fact, the Canada Council’s systems and practices have contributed to its success in several areas.”

Canada Council for the Arts

Canada Council for the Arts is a federal Crown corporation created by an Act of Parliament in 1957. The role of the Council is to foster and promote the study and enjoyment of, and the production of works in, the arts. To fulfill this mandate, the Council offers a broad range of grants and services to professional Canadian artists and arts organizations in dance, integrated art, media arts, music, theatre, visual arts, and writing and publishing. It also promotes public awareness of the arts through its communications, research and arts promotion activities.

The Council administers the Killam Program of scholarly awards, the Governor General’s Literary Awards and the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts. The Canadian Commission for UNESCO and the Public Lending Right Commission operate within the Council. The Canada Council Art Bank, which has some 17,400 works of contemporary Canadian art in its collection, rents to the public and private sectors.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

The Shaw Festival receives $2.1 million

The Shaw Festival receives $2.1 million in funding support from the Government of Canada

Colleen Blake, Executive Director of the Shaw Festival, announced today that the theatre festival is receiving $2,131,860 million in funding through the Marquee Tourism Events Program (MTEP).

“The Shaw Festival is thrilled to receive this significant grant from the Government of Canada during this challenging economic time,” said Blake. “Not only will this funding assist the Shaw Festival in extending our marketing efforts to increase the visibility of our events both nationally and internationally by investing in building visitors now and in the future, but we are confident this injection of support will also have a positive economic impact for our community partners and the entire Niagara Region.”

The announcement was made on behalf of the Government of Canada by the Hon. Rob Nicholson, Minister of Justice and MP for Niagara Falls at The Shaw’s Royal George Theatre. Artistic Director Jackie Maxwell and Board Chair Janet McKelvey spoke on behalf of the Festival and a performance by Shaw Festival Ensemble member Jay Turvey from The Shaw’s production of Sunday in the Park with George concluded the celebration.

Funding from the Marquee Tourism Events Program (MTEP) must be used to support costs associated with new activities, programs or experiences that enhance a tourism event. In The Shaw’s case, this funding will be used primarily to support marketing initiatives that will increase ticket sales.

The Shaw will launch an immediate and aggressive strategic marketing plan to turn the current sales trend around early. One of the marketing initiatives is “Great Theatre in the Heart of Niagara Wine Country”, a fully integrated marketing project that leverages many partners in the Niagara Region (wineries, accommodation and fine dining) creating “Staycation” value-added packages to promote the experience of great theatre in a region rich in fine wine, fabulous dining experiences and award-winning accommodation. These and other funded activities will support and promote great theatre in the heart of Niagara wine country. The project deals not only with this year’s needs, but also focuses strongly on initiatives to grow future audiences to levels that ensures sustainability.

A powerful economic force in the Niagara (and Ontario) economy, The Shaw’s season lasts from April to the end of October, and critically affects the health of many industries that rely on Shaw visitors for this period. The Shaw believes it is vital to be in the market place more aggressively, for a longer period of time, and in more markets and this incremental marketing funding makes that possible.

In thanking the Government for its investment in The Shaw, Artistic Director Jackie Maxwell spoke about the important role of theatre in times such as these: “We become more, not less necessary. We are here to explain, to distract, to clarify, to comfort, and to give the reasons why. We have been heartened by the incredible support of our donors who are coming to the fore to ensure we can continue to create work that is both challenging and entertaining. The Government of Canada’s support of the Shaw Festival with this Marquee Tourism Events grant makes a critical contribution towards ensuring financial stability for both the Shaw Festival and tourism in the Niagara Region. Thank you for creating this innovative funding initiative.”

The Shaw Festival is an internationally renowned theatre company, one of the pre-eminent theatre companies in North America, and one of the major performing arts organizations in Canada. Its Academy plays an important role in training future actors, directors, and designers – a major contribution to the health of theatre in Ontario and Canada. As well, The Shaw plays a vital part in the important tourism business of the Niagara Region, with an annual direct economic impact of over $80 million.

The Shaw Festival is just one of several of Canada’s annual, world-class marquee tourism events that have been granted funding under the MTEP Summer 2009 funding stream.

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

HSBC Bank Canada Joins the National Arts Centre as a Supporting Partner of BC Scene

HSBC Bank Canada Joins the National Arts Centre as a Supporting Partner of BC Scene

OTTAWAThe National Arts Centre today announced that HSBC Bank Canada has become a sponsor of BC Scene, the largest gathering of British Columbian artists ever assembled outside the province. HSBC Bank Canada is contributing $25,000 to support the event.

The NAC’s regional festival is taking place in the nation’s capital from April 21-May 3 and will showcase 600 BC artists from disciplines as varied as music, theatre, dance, visual and media arts, literature and culinary arts in more than 30 venues around the National Capital Region.

“We are thrilled to partner once again with HSBC Bank Canada, a company with a tremendous commitment to and understanding of the importance of supporting Canadian arts and culture,” said Jane Moore, Interim CEO of the NAC Foundation. “It is truly wonderful that HSBC Bank Canada is supporting B.C. artists as they prepare to step on a national stage.”

“HSBC is proud to be sponsoring BC Scene, an exciting cultural festival that will showcase some of British Columbia’s most talented artists,” said Matt Bosrock, Deputy CEO, HSBC Bank Canada. “As our Canadian headquarters is in Vancouver we are especially delighted that our support will help artists from B.C. gain national and international profile.”

A ceremony held at HSBC Bank Canada’s Vancouver offices marked the occasion when Mr. Bosrock presented a cheque in the amount of $25,000 to Ms. Moore.

BC Scene is the fourth in a series of national festivals produced by the NAC that began with Atlantic Scene (2003), Alberta Scene (2005) and Quebec Scene (2007). All three Scenes were major successes that exposed artists to new audiences, national and international presenters, and drew unprecedented media coverage for the participating artists and arts organizations.

The NAC is Canada’s leading centre for performance, creation and learning. Today, the NAC works with thousands of artists from across Canada and around the world and collaborates with dozens of arts organizations across the country. The NAC is strongly committed to being a leader and innovator in each of the performing arts fields in which it works—classical music, English theatre, French theatre, dance, variety and community programming. It is also at the forefront of youth and education activities, supporting programs for young and emerging artists, presenting programs for young audiences, and producing resources and study materials for teachers and students. The NAC is the only multidisciplinary, bilingual performing arts centre in North America and one of the largest in the world.

For more information about BC Scene, please visit

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Friday, September 19, 2008

Culture Montréal dévoile sa plate-forme culturelle en vue des élections du 14 octobre 2008

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Culture Montréal dévoile sa plate-forme culturelle
en vue des élections du 14 octobre 2008

Les partis politiques appelés à prendre des engagements clairs en matière d’art et de culture

Montréal, le 19 septembre 2008 – Interpellant les partis politiques afin qu’ils s’engagent de façon claire à favoriser le développement des arts, de la culture et du patrimoine pendant campagne électorale fédérale, Culture Montréal lance aujourd’hui une plate-forme culturelle qui sera portée à l’attention immédiate des candidats aux élections. Les six points d’engagement de la plate-forme orienteront les échanges prévus lors d’un débat entre les représentants des partis politiques fédéraux qui aura lieu le mardi 30 septembre 2008, à l’Amphithéâtre du Gesù (1200, rue de Bleury, Montréal). Le débat, initié par Culture Montréal, sera animé par la réputée journaliste et animatrice Dominique Poirier.

«L’importance d’un soutien accru, adéquat et récurrent à un secteur aussi vaste et dynamique que celui des arts et de la culture est plus que jamais une question d’actualité, voire de santé, pour toutes les collectivités du Canada et plus spécifiquement pour Montréal, explique Anne-Marie Jean, directrice générale de Culture Montréal.

À la suite des engagements pris par tous les partenaires du Rendez-vous novembre 2007 – Montréal, métropole culturelle, les Montréalais attendent d’un nouveau gouvernement fédéral des gestes et des investissements qui traduiront dans les faits ses responsabilités pour le plein essor de la métropole culturelle du Québec.

Ainsi, Culture Montréal demande que les partis politiques fédéraux s’engagent à :

1. Investir davantage dans le secteur des arts pour accélérer le développement du secteur culturel et en maximiser les retombées économiques et sociales :
  • En portant à 300 millions de dollars le budget annuel du Conseil des Arts du Canada.
  • En augmentant les investissements permettant de consolider l’ensemble de la chaîne culturelle au Canada (formation, création, production, diffusion)
2. Favoriser le rayonnement des artistes et des créations artistiques et culturelles d’ici à l’échelle internationale
  • En rétablissant et en bonifiant les investissements favorisant le rayonnement des arts et de la culture à l’étranger : la tournée internationale des artistes ; les projets internationaux d’échanges, de résidence, de perfectionnement et de coproduction ainsi que les initiatives de promotion des arts canadiens sur la scène internationale.
  • En dotant le réseau de représentation et les ambassades des moyens appropriés à l’exercice de leur rôle de promotion des artistes, compagnies et productions culturelles provenant du Canada.
3. Élargir l’accès à l’assurance-emploi à tous les travailleurs autonomes
  • En apportant des modifications à la loi fédérale sur l’assurance-emploi afin d’assurer un meilleur filet social à tous les travailleurs canadiens. Sans réduire les acquis, la loi devrait contenir certaines dispositions permettant aux travailleurs autonomes de souscrire à un régime public d’assurance-emploi.
4. Participer au développement et au maintien des infrastructures culturelles
  • En participant au financement des projets prévus dans le cadre du Plan d’action 2007-2017, Montréal métropole culturelle, dont :
    - le Quartier des spectacles
    - l’accroissement et l’amélioration des espaces de création, de production et de diffusion
    - la mise en valeur du canal de Lachine, du Vieux- Montréal et du Vieux-Port de Montréal
  • En mettant sur pied une initiative dédiée au maintien et à l’entretien des immeubles à vocation culturelle qui ont bénéficiés de subventions gouvernementales, de façon à protéger et valoriser les investissements consentis par les contribuables canadiens.
5. Favoriser l’accroissement de la demande en matière d’art et de culture
  • En instaurant de nouvelles mesures de soutien favorisant l’acquisition d’oeuvres d’art ainsi que la fréquentation d’événements culturels dont les auteurs sont des artistes professionnels, citoyens canadiens, vivant et pratiquant leur discipline au Canada telles :
    - L’exonération de la TPS sur l’achat d’oeuvres d’art dans le cadre du marché primaire, les abonnements culturels comprenant au moins trois représentations et les abonnements aux musées.
    - La création d’un programme de prêt sans intérêt pour l’achat d’une oeuvre d’art dans le cadre du marché primaire.
6. Actualiser l’intervention du gouvernement fédéral en matière de protection du patrimoine culturel
  • En dotant le Canada d’une loi sur le patrimoine et d’un plan d’action concerté avec les provinces et les territoires qui engageraient le gouvernement à la protection et à la mise en valeur du patrimoine dont il est fiduciaire ou qui relève de son champ de compétences, ceci en cohérence avec les conventions internationales ratifiées par le Canada.
  • En instaurant une politique d’intégration des arts à l’architecture pour les édifices fédéraux.
«Nous désirons que cette plate-forme soit portée tant par acteurs culturels que les citoyens, les leaders de différents secteurs et les politiciens, conclut Anne-Marie Jean. Il faut maintenir les arts et la culture dans le peloton de tête des enjeux électoraux et créer des espaces d’échange transparents et ouverts, comme le débat du 30 septembre, ceci dans le but d’obtenir de tous les partis les engagements et appuis espérés.»


Fondé en 2002, Culture Montréal est un mouvement citoyen et non partisan dont le mandat est d’affirmer le rôle central des arts et de la culture dans toutes les sphères du développement de Montréal. Par le biais d’activités d’analyse, de communication, de recherche et de concertation, Culture Montréal contribue à édifier l’avenir de Montréal, métropole culturelle. L’organisation bénéficie du soutien de ses membres, du ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la Condition féminine du Québec, de la Ville de Montréal, du Cirque du Soleil et de la Conférence régionale des élus de Montréal.

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Pour information : Sandra O’Connor Directrice des communications Culture Montréal (514) 845-0303, poste 21

Cliquez ici pour télécharger le communiqué : 080919_commCM_plateforme.pdf

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Grand rassemblement contre les coupes fédérales dans les arts et la culture

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Montréal, le 26 août 2008 - Culture Montréal et le Conseil des arts de Montréal, en collaboration avec le milieu culturel montréalais, organisent un grand rassemblement afin de s'exprimer d'une voix commune contre les coupes fédérales en arts et en culture. Des personnalités prendront la parole afin d'illustrer l'impact des compressions budgétaires, présentes et annoncées, sur le rayonnement et la vitalité du secteur artistique.

HEURE : 10 H 30
          1195, boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal

SOURCE :  Culture Montréal et Conseil des arts de Montréal


Christian O'Leary, directeur des communications et du développement
Conseil des arts de Montréal
b 514 280-3991

c 514 941-3994

Sandra O'Connor, directrice des communications
Culture Montréal
b 514 845-0303, poste 21;
c 514 962-5827


Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Appel d'urgence à la raison culturelle

RQD Expresso [20-08-2008]

Appel d'urgence à la raison culturelle

English version below

Montréal, le 19 août 2008 – Le RQD, au nom de plus de 500 professionnels de la danse au Québec, dénonce avec virulence la décision du gouvernement Harper d’abolir plusieurs programmes de soutien aux arts et la tactique de guerre utilisée pour se gagner des votes contre les artistes. D’un gouvernement élu démocratiquement, même en position minoritaire, tout citoyen est en droit d’exiger qu’il fasse preuve de probité, de responsabilité, de rigueur, de vigilance et de transparence.

En laissant couler au compte-gouttes l’information relative à l’abolition de plusieurs programmes de soutien à la création, la promotion, la formation, la consolidation des organisations, la diffusion internationale et l’exportation de biens culturels, le gouvernement a déclenché une véritable guerre des nerfs dans les milieux culturels. D’autant que la rumeur est à l’effet que d’autres programmes soient dans la mire…

Nous demandons à la ministre de Patrimoine canadien, Josée Verner, enfin sortie de sa tanière pour répondre à la pression des médias, de clarifier les objectifs et les priorités de son gouvernement en matière de culture qui justifient l’abolition des programmes tombés sous le couperet, la semaine dernière. Par respect pour ses commettants (artistes, travailleurs, gens d’affaires, spectateurs, auditeurs, lecteurs, amateurs d’art, cinéphiles, consommateurs de biens culturels, enseignants, étudiants, etc.), nous lui demandons de dévoiler, dans les plus brefs délais, la liste complète des programmes que son gouvernement prévoient envoyer à la trappe et la somme totale des économies qu’il compte ainsi réaliser sur le dos des arts et de la culture.

Si elle ne peut garantir le maintien, ou le transfert au Conseil des Arts du Canada, des crédits rattachés aux programmes qui sont, et seront abolis, nous la pressons d’expliquer aux artistes et aux travailleurs culturels comment son gouvernement entend les aider à faire mieux avec moins?

En tant que ministre responsable du secteur culturel qui contribue à hauteur de 43 milliards de dollars annuellement à l’économie canadienne, et dont dépendent la vie culturelle et la santé économique de nos communautés, nous lui demandons de s’en faire la défenderesse acharnée auprès du Conseil des ministres et de la population.

Du nouveau ministre des Affaires étrangères et Commerce international, David Emerson, nous nous attendons à ce qu’il défende bec et ongles la diplomatie culturelle, comme troisième pilier de la diplomatie étrangère canadienne, et qu’il convainque ses collègues du gouvernement, non seulement de rétablir le programme PromArt, mais de réinvestir dans les budgets culturels des ambassades. Le Canada, pour qui la défense et la promotion de sa spécificité culturelle est un enjeu politique et commercial de taille, n’a pas les moyens de se priver des ambassadeurs naturels, et de premier plan, que sont les artistes et travailleurs culturels du Québec et du Canada sur la scène internationale, non plus que des agents au fait des affaires culturelles sur le terrain.

À l’instar des autres secteurs artistiques et culturels, des médias et des élus des partis de l’opposition qui ont dénoncé les décisions et les agissements du gouvernement Harper, la communauté de la danse professionnelle du Québec espère ardemment qu’il entende raison. L’abolition des programmes Promart et Routes commerciales compromet dangereusement, et à court terme, l’avenir de la danse professionnelle au Québec et au Canada. Partie prenante d’une industrie culturelle secouée par l’abolition d’autres programmes de soutien, la communauté de la danse du Québec et du Canada craint sérieusement pour l’avenir de la culture québécoise et canadienne.

Nous avons collectivement, et sur plusieurs décennies, beaucoup investi dans l’édification d’une culture et d’une identité qui nous distinguent. Nous refusons de nous perdre dans la cacophonie du monde.

Call for Common Sense and Cultural Reason

Montreal, August 19, 2008 – On behalf of over 500 Quebec dance professionals, RQD vehemently condemns the decision taken by the Harper government to abolish several arts support programs and the war tactics it has used to secure votes against artists. Every citizen has a right to demand that a democratically elected government, even one that is in a minority position, will act with integrity, accountability, rigour, watchfulness and transparency.
By adopting a piecemeal approach to how it releases information on the abolition of several support programs for artistic creation, promotion and training, organizational consolidation, international touring and the export of cultural products, the government has engaged Canada's cultural communities in a veritable war of nerves, particularly since rumour now has it that the government has set its sights on other programs, as well.

We are asking that the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Josée Verner, finally breaks her silence in response to media pressure, clarify her government's objectives and priorities with respect to culture and explain how they justify abolishing the programs that were cut last week. Out of simple respect for her constituents (artists, workers, business people, audiences, readers, art lovers, moviegoers, consumers of cultural products, teachers, students, etc.), we are asking her to respond as soon as possible with a complete list of the programs that her government plans to eliminate and the total amount of savings that it expects to achieve at the expense of arts and culture.

If Ms. Verner cannot guarantee that the appropriations for programs that have been or will be abolished will be maintained or transferred to the Canada Council for the Arts, we urge her to explain to artists and cultural workers how her government intends to help them do better with less funding.

As the Minister responsible for a sector that injects over $43 billion annually into the Canadian economy and on which the cultural and economic lives of our communities depend, we are asking her to become a tireless defender of arts and culture within the cabinet and to the public.

We expect David Emerson, the new Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, to fight tooth and nail in defence of cultural diplomacy as the third pillar of Canadian foreign diplomacy. We expect him to convince his colleagues within the government to not only bring back the PromArt program, but also to reinvest in the cultural budgets of Canada's embassies. Defending and promoting Canada's cultural distinctiveness is a critical political and trade issue, and Canada cannot afford to do without the natural ambassadors provided by Quebec's and English Canada's artists and cultural workers, first and foremost, not to mention the presence of our cultural trade agents in foreign markets.

Other artistic and cultural communities have denounced the Harper government's decisions and actions, as have the media and elected members of the opposition parties. Quebec's professional dance community fervently hopes that the government will listen to reason. Abolishing programs like PromArt and Trade Routes has seriously compromised the future of professional dance in the short term in both French and English Canada. As part of an industry that has been seriously affected by cuts to other support programs, the Quebec and English Canada dance communities are deeply concerned about the future of Canadian culture.

For several decades we have worked together to build a distinctive culture and identity. We refuse to have our point of view lost in the surrounding cacophony.

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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Career Focus Program | Programme Objectif carrière

Career Focus Program

February 28, 2008

Good afternoon,

It's that time of the year again!

The Cultural Human Resources Council, through it's Career Focus program, funded by the Department of Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC), is seeking proposals from cultural institutions and organizations willing to offer dynamic opportunities in the areas of Arts Practice and Arts Administration to recent college and university graduates under the age of 30. If you have a position in mind and are looking for a positive addition to your team, send us your application.

Deadline for submission is March 14, 2008.

Please note that projects must be a minimum of 4 months and a maximum of 8
months, and must start between May 1st, 2008 and September 1st, 2008, and must finish by December 31st, 2008.

Application forms and specific guidelines can be found at

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions.



Geneviève Chassé
Youth Internship Program Administrator - CHRC
tel.: (613) 562-1535 ext. 28
toll free: 1-866-562-1535 ext. 28
fax : (613) 562-2982

Programme Objectif carrière

28 février 2008


Nous en sommes encore une fois à cette période de l'année!

Dans le cadre du programme Objectif carrière, financé par le Département des Ressources humaines et du Développement social du Canada (RHDSC), le Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel est à la recherche de propositions de la part des établissements et des organismes culturels qui désirent offrir des possibilitiés de stages en arts et en administration des arts au nouveaux diplômés collégiales et universitaires âgés de moins de 30 ans.
Si vous désirez ajouter du dynamisme à votre équipe et que vous êtes en mesure d'offrir un poste faites-nous parvenir une demande d'inscription.

La date limite pour les soumissions est le 14 mars 2008.

Veuillez noter que tous les projets doivent durer un minimum de 4 mois et un maximum de 8 mois et doivent débuter entre le 1e mai et le 1e septembre 2008 et terminer par le 31 décembre 2008.

Le formulaire d'inscription ainsi que les lignes directrices spécifiques au programme sont disponible au

N'hésitez pas à communiquer avec moi si vous avez des questions.

Au plaisir,


Geneviève Chassé
Administratrice du programme de stages - CRHSC
tel.: (613) 562-1535 p. 28
sans frais: 1-866-562-1535 p. 28
téléc. : (613) 562-2982