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Municipalities are playing a growing role in the development of arts, culture and heritage in Canada. The Creative City Network of Canada's main goal is to support our member municipalities so that they can be better equipped to carry out this type of work. And with a mandate to connect and educate our members, the best way that we can do this is to provide them with the resources and the tools they need to develop creative strategies for community cultural development.

By developing our own research, forging new partnerships, and expanding our reach, we hope to better serve our members so that in turn they can be more effective in their communities.

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The Fairmont Empress Hotel, Victoria, BC
  • CCNC Toolkits

    Creative City Network of Canada and 2010 Legacies Now have developed three resources to assist local governments, arts, cultural and heritage organizations with the processes of cultural planning and mapping and the development and management of public art programs and projects in a community. The Cultural Mapping, Cultural Planning and Public Art Toolkits include adaptable models, examples, and practical checklists for navigating and charting progress.

  • CCNC Special Editions

    The Creative City News Special Editions move beyond our monthly Enews to cover pressing issues in the field of arts, culture, and community development and help in making the case for culture with decision-makers and elected officials.

    All six Special Editions are available for purchase as full-colour printed broadsheet documents, in both English and French.

  • CCNC Research

    By developing our own research, forging new partnerships, and expanding our reach, we hope to better serve our members so that in turn they can be more effective in their communities.

  • Making the Case

    Culture or “the arts” takes on many forms: painting, writing, quilting, pottery, museums, landmarks, sculptures, landscapes, streetscapes, memorials, sport. It is a way for individuals and communities to express and engage themselves with family, friends, and their neighbourhoods, their communities.

  • Partnership Research

    By developing our own research, forging new partnerships, and expanding our reach, we hope to better serve our members so that in turn they can be more effective in their communities.

  • Ten Years of Research 2002 - 2012 [PDF] - 77KB

    CCNC Research (2002 - 2012) in chronological order

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