Research shows that amongst travellers, there is a growing desire for authentic experiences that enliven and deepen connections to place. Live events and festivals provide these types of experiences year round.
It’s a new year with new opportunities for connection and advocacy! Join us for a chance to check in with colleagues nation-wide as we navigate recently announced restrictions, funding sources, and solutions for the future. As a sector, we know we are stronger together. By gathering...Read More
The federal government announced the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program and the Hardest-Hit Business Recovery Program.
On September 30th, CAPACOA’s office will be closed to recognize the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day, a day to commemorate the legacy of residential schools. We invite our members to join us in committing to reflecting on Canada’s colonial legacy and learning...Read More
CAPACOA's pre-budget submission highlights just how far the live performance sector remains from recovery. The submission articulates seven recommendations for the upcoming 2022 federal budget.
A year ago, CAPACOA launched a series of international conversations by artists and presenters/producers/curators in lockdown. Canadians were joined by their counterparts from South America, Mexico, Scotland and Asia to meet, discuss their lockdown situations, share their practices and most importan...Read More