Creative City Network of Canada: We have some big announcements to make!


In this issue:
Membership Monday
Regional Meeting Funding: Fall Intake
Call for Board Nominations
Early Bird Registration Deadline
Announcing: Summit Schedule at a Glance
Announcing: Day 3 at Wanuskiwen Heritage Park
Optional Evening Activity: Dinner and River Cruise
Sponsor the Summit
News from the Membership

Membership Monday: Hear What CCNC Members Have to Say

Brent Oliver, City of Spruce Groove, ON – CCNC Board Member

Brent Oliver, Director of Culture Service at the City of Spruce Grove shows you how Creative City Networks foster resource and ideas sharing for cultural workers, and reveals the “true value” of art in the city.

Watch on Youtube

Fall Intake for Regional Meeting Funding

CCNC is offering a second intake of regional meeting funding applications. This program will provide partial funding for members to host regional meetings in their communities. CCNC hosts an annual summit to gather our creative members across the country, while the regional meetings offer a smaller scale opportunity for dialogue around topics of geographical relevance.

What is a Regional Meeting? 
Regional meetings serve as a benefit to existing CCNC members to provide an opportunity to share best practices and innovative ideas, as well as discuss common challenges.

What does CCNC Provide?
In addition to funding, CCNC supports regional meetings by providing resources from past meetings, and staff support, including registration set up, templates, promotional materials, contracts, and more.

Deadline to Apply: Monday, October 21st

Funding will be provided on the basis of geography and impact, as well as alignment with CCNC’s Mission and Vision.

For more information contact the office at, or at 604-688-2489.

Click here for more information

CCNC Call for Board Nominations

CCNC is seeking expressions of interest for the 2019-2020 Board of Directors at the upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, October 3, 2019, in Saskatoon, SK.

Voting Members (Class A) are eligible to nominate one person from their non-elected full-time staff to represent their community on the CCNC Board of Directors.

Nomination Deadline: August 16th, 2019

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Establish and implement the CCNC’s mission and vision;
  • Provide continuity for managing and implementing CCNC’s affairs;
  • Setting the rate of progress the CCNC takes in reaching its mission and vision; and,
  • Securing support and appreciation for the CCNC’s mission, vision, mandate, beliefs and long-term direction.

More Information and Nomination Details

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