Canada Council for the Arts Act
|Canada Council for the Arts Act|
|Parliament of Canada|
|Citation||Canada Council for the Arts Act|
|Enacted by||Parliament of Canada|
The Act appoints a council of nine members, including a Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and not more than nine other Members. A Director is also appointed by the governor in council (the government) who will act as the chief executive officer.
The Act was first passed into law in 1957, by the Liberal government of Louis St. Laurent.
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