The Writing and Publishing Section contributes to the advancement of Canadian literature, through its programs and in line with the...
With the release by Montreal’s Éditions de la Pleine Lune of Aminata (the French translation of The Book of Negroes) author Lawrence Hill and translator Carole Noël embarked on a promotional tour of Quebec book fairs and stores. The Council supported Éditions de la Pleine Lune, and the Quebec tour, with a grant through the Book Publishing Support. Learn more about this grant, and the opportunities it provided.
The Governor General's Literary Awards celebrates the year’s best Canadian fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, children’s literature and translation. Check out the 2012 winners!
Trevor Cole, writer, is one of 7 winners of the 2013 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Awards.
The Public Lending Right Program (PLR) is geared specifically to Canadian literary contributors, providing fair compensation for free public access to their works while acknowledging their contribution to Canada’s culture. Are you registered?
Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.
Ottawa, May 28, 2013 – Richard Wagamese and Ann Dale and have been awarded this year’s Canada Council Molson Prizes. Ojibway...
In 2011-12, the Canada Council awarded 6,036 grants to artists and arts organizations in 634 communities across Canada and abroad.
Moncton publishers Éditions Perce-Neige used their Council grant to publish contemporary Acadian stories. Learn more.
If you’re reading this, then the switch has been flipped on our new Market Access website module! This component went live on the...