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Ontario Arts Council

Literary Organizations: Operating

Results Announcement

Deadline Date: March 15, 2017
Advisors:
Wake, Hal, Vancouver
Ridley, Sandra, Ottawa
Koyama, Anne, Toronto

Advisory panels are used to provide advice and help set priorities in many granting competitions at the Ontario Arts Council (OAC). Advisory panels do not make grant decisions. Officers make final grant recommendations to the OAC Director & CEO and the OAC board based on advisors' comments, OAC priorities, the program budget and the number of applications to the program. In Year 2 and 3 of a multi-year cycle, requests are reviewed by the officer and not an advisory panel.

To safeguard the integrity of the peer assessment process, we do not allow anyone who has a direct conflict of interest with an application to serve on an assessment panel where that application is to be reviewed. Indirect conflicts of interest are managed by a standard OAC procedure.
Number of Applications:
11
Total Requested:
$326,125
Number of Grants Awarded:
11
Total Recommended:
$416,087
Recipients:
Multi-Year Operating  Year 2
Canadian Children's Book Centre, Toronto, $72,085
Diaspora Dialogues Charitable Society, Toronto, $26,548
International Festival of Authors, Toronto, $108,827
Kingston WritersFest, Kingston, $19,933
National Magazine Awards Foundation, Toronto, $11,307
PEN Canada, Toronto, $30,481
Storytelling Toronto, Toronto, $39,330
The Word On The Street Toronto, Toronto, $28,811

Operating
Open Book Foundation, Toronto, $11,126
Ottawa International Writers Festival, Ottawa, $39,530
Toronto Comic Arts Festival, Toronto, $28,109