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It is with great sorrow that we mourn the death of our colleague Julie Poskitt on October 15, 2018. 

Julie retired 19 months ago, after working as the Dance and Music Officer from 2006 - she had worked previously as the Community Arts and Scholarship Officer from 1995 to 2000.  Between those postings, she worked in the Dance Section of the Canada Council for the Arts in Ottawa.

Many beautiful words have been offered about Julie which highlight her care for artists and her eternal optimism.  She championed more artists than they know and was especially supportive of projects and practices ‘outside the box’.  As a colleague, she was a model of compassion and understanding in all aspects of life and work.

We extend our condolences to her daughter Lucy and husband Kevin, to the Poskitt family, and to all those who are sharing our deep sorrow at this time.  

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