Three women file documents in small cabinets. Photo taken from the documentary Portrait Canada, directed in 1959 by Hector Lemieux.

Institutional Publications

REPORTS TO THE TREASURY BOARD OF CANADA SECRETARIAT

IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTIONS 41 AND 42 OF THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT

SUBMISSIONS TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON CANADIAN HERITAGE

SUBMISSIONS TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON OFFICIAL LANGUAGES

SUBMISSIONS TO THE STANDING SENATE COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL FINANCE

SUBMISSIONS TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS

  •  Presentation to the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, October 28, 2014

BROADCASTING PUBLIC NOTICES

CANADIAN POLICY PUBLICATIONS FROM THE DOCUMENTARY POLICY ADVISORY GROUP

In April 2004, the NFB and Telefilm organized a Documentary Policy Summit to discuss issues regarding the financing and policy framework for Canadian documentary production and distribution. The discussion was informed by Getting Real, Volume 2 of a study commissioned for the Documentary Organization of Canada. In June 2004, the NFB, Telefilm and the Canadian Television Fund (CTF) convened a meeting in Banff, inviting representatives of producer organizations (APFTQ, CFTPA, DOC, Observatoire du documentaire), broadcasters (the CBC and the CAB – represented by Astral), as well as other organizations involved in documentaries such as the Canada Council for the Arts, Association of Provincial Funders, CRTC, CIFVI, Canadian Heritage and SODEC. These organizations make up the Documentary Policy Advisory Group who agreed to fund and oversee the following research papers. These papers will lay the groundwork for the development of a documentary policy action plan aimed at bringing about a harmonization of Canadian programs and policies, to be established in 2005-2006.

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