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The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) and CCI – Ontario Presenting Network (CCI) are pleased to announce the launch of the Ontario Dances Artist Portal. Hosted by CCI, the website provides a new access point for Ontario's...
To help our colleagues and artists to relieve the pressure from the busy month of October when other Showcase events happening across Canada, we are moving Ontario Contact conference to the month of November.  The 2014 Ontario Contact...
  The Canadian Arts Coalition launched the Arts 308 campaign, in place of the Arts Day on the Hill. The essence of the campaign is to have arts professionals like you talk to their MP about the value of the arts.  ...
There are still a lot of unknowns about the final Regulations under the Canada Anti-Spam Legislation, but there are some obvious steps the performing arts sector may take to prepare for this new legislative environment. The Canada’s Anti-spam...
CCI eNews - October 2013
The Ontario Contact awards were started as a way to not only recognize the exceptional work of so many of our presenters, artists and agents, but to help us all to better understand and appreciate our colleagues.  In determining the winners,...
CCI Annual Report 2012 - 2013 is designed to provide an overview of the work we’ve done in the past fiscal year (August 1, 2012 – July 31, 2013) and how we’ve spent the precious funding and member contributions that came from...
Developed by FaveQuest, CCI / Ontario Contact Mobile App is your guide to everything CCI has to offer during its annual conference and throughout the year! Two apps in one: 1) CCI Mobile App with industry events throughout the year and; 2)...
After 55 years as an artist manager, Ann Summers Dossena of Ann Summers International has announced her retirement from artists' management.  Honoured by her industry in 2012, she has had a distinguished career in which she created and oversaw...
CAPACOA’s negotiations continue with Re:Sound after many months of positive dialogue.  In August, following consultation with the law firm of Heydary Hayes and many presenters and arts service organizations, CAPACOA submitted two proposals to...

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