The development and construction of this website has been a complex precess. It has been well worth the effort. This site would not have been possible without the contributions of many participants listed below.
Culture Online Partnership (CCOP)
acknowledge the financial support of the Department of Canadian Heritage
through Canadian Culture Online Strategy.
Cultural Society of the Deaf (CCSD)
in 1973 as a non-profit charitable organization funded through private
donations, the CCSD preserves, encourages and advances the cultural interests
of Canada's Deaf population. Key areas of concentration are performing arts,
language, literature, history, visual arts and heritage resources. CCSD
encourages new and developing forms of creativity, research, participation and
interests in all areas. It also promotes better understanding between Deaf and
hearing adults and children as well as promoting literacy for Deaf children.
The DEAF CULTURE CENTRE website, is a project of CCSD.
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Chief Operation Officer
Chief Technology Officer
CSS and Flash Developer
User Manual Writer
Project Administrative Manager
Project Content Manager
Jason Theriault and Mike Cyr
French Text Translators
Camilla Gutierez Teal
Tom Arban Photography
Danny Roth, Brandon