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Get up-to-date reports on Canada’s art-scene news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as they happen.

News in Brief: Coupland Goes Google, Remai Under Scrutiny and ECUAD Heads North

This week, Douglas Coupland’s art went virtual, a major Canadian art patron died and city councillors raised concerns about the Remai.

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Newfoundland Officially Accepted into Venice Biennale

Newfoundland and Labrador’s proposed exhibition has been officially accepted into the 2015 Venice Biennale.

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News in Brief: Crowdfunding CAG, Artists Face Eviction, Ted Harrison and AGO Staff Change

A roundup of recent art news from across Canada, including artists facing evictions, successful fundraisers and staff changes at the AGO.

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Vivian Maier Negatives Come to Canada

Stephen Bulger Gallery’s recent purchase of negatives by Vivian Maier brings the US-Canada border into the ongoing legal saga surrounding the artist.

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Major Restructuring of Canada Council Grant Programs

The Canada Council for the Arts announced plans to streamline its granting programs.

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News in Brief

A roundup of recent art news from across Canada, including newly launched residency programs, Canadians abroad at art fairs and various prize announcements.

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Buried Group of Seven Paintings Brought to Light in Major Donation

A major donation to the Vancouver Art Gallery brings newly discovered paintings by Group of Seven artist J.E.H. MacDonald into the limelight.

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WAG Names New Head of Curatorial

The Winnipeg Art Gallery has named Seema Hollenberg its new head of curatorial.

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Stéphane Aquin to be Hirshhorn’s Chief Curator

Longtime Montreal curator poised to lead Washington, DC, museum and sculpture garden starting in early 2015.

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On Newsstands Now: Canadian Art Winter 2015

With a cover story by Giller-nominated author David Macfarlane on Calgary-born, Brussels-based artist Zin Taylor, our Winter 2015 issue is a must-read.

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Milk-Crate Art Wins Big at Montreal Awards

Philippe Allard and Justin Duchesneau win the Prix Art Public at this year’s Gala des arts visuels for their playful, large-scale milk-crate installations.

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Int’l Street Artist JR to Take On Toronto

Artist known most recently for pasting a woman’s face on a European container ship will be the first to have his own exhibition zone at TO’s Nuit Blanche.

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