Canadian Heritage
Advances Canadian culture, celebrates heritage and embraces Canadian identity.
Canada Council for the Arts
Independent, arm's length organization created by the Parliament of Canada in 1957 to foster and promote the arts. Provides a wide range of grants and services to professional Canadian artists.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Public broadcasting service, providing radio and television programming nation-wide in both official languages.
Canadian Museum of Nature
Features information about exhibitions, programmes, activities, research and collections.
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
Independent agency responsible for regulating Canada's broadcasting and telecommunications systems.
Library and Archives Canada
Federal cultural agency responsible for collecting and preserving Canada's published heritage so that it's available for present and future generations of Canadians.
National Arts Centre
Develops the performing arts in the National Capital Region and assists the Canada Council in the development of the performing arts elsewhere in Canada.
National Battlefield Commission
Conserves, administers and develops the National Battlefields Park in Quebec City, better known as the Plains of Abraham.
National Film Board of Canada
Public agency that produces and distributes films and other audiovisual works to Canadians and the rest of the world. Includes information about films in progress, new releases and classics, as well as a special page for kids.
National Gallery of Canada
Exhibitions, collections and a wide range of resources, including a virtual tour of the Canadian Collection.
Parks Canada
Information about Canada's national historic sites, parks and other heritage related information.
Telefilm Canada
Federal cultural agency devoted to the development and promotion of audiovisual documents produced by the Canadian private sector.

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