Canadian Heritage released a statement last week announcing that the national summit with the arts, culture and heritage sectors, planned for Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 2022, will be postponed. The meetings also scheduled ahead of the summit, are postponed as well. About the preliminary meetings Rodriguez said- ‘In January, I’ll meet people from the arts, culture and heritage sectors in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montréal and Halifax—and elsewhere across Canada virtually. I’m looking forward to hearing from you directly in the leadup to the summit. Further details on these meetings will be released before the holidays.’ Minister Rodriguez issued a statement on Jan.10 that the in-person meetings will resume at a later time once public health measures allow face-to-face meetings to occur safely. Read last week’s official statement here:
Minister Rodriguez Postpones the National Summit on the Arts, Culture and Heritage
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