Here are entered works on official government policy toward educational, artistic, intellectual and other cultural activities and organizations in general. Works on the government policy of a specific country, state, etc. are entered under [Place]--Cultural policy. Works on government policy toward a specific type of artistic or intellectual activity are entered under the appropriate subject, e.g. Literature and state. --subdivision Cultural policy under names of countries, cities, etc.
Here are entered general works discussing official government policy toward educational, artistic, intellectual and other cultural activities and organizations in Canada. Works on government policy toward a specific type of such activity are entered under the heading for the topic, e.g. Literature and state--Canada; Science and state--Canada. --headings beginning with Federal aid to... and Provincial aid to ... e.g.: Federal aid to the arts--Canada; Provincial aid to libraries--Canada
Here are entered works on competitive exhibitions of farm products, livestock, baked goods, etc., with prizes for excellence, often combined with carnival-like entertainment, and held annually by states, counties, etc. Works on public gatherings at a stated time and place at which goods are exhibited and sold are entered under Fairs. Works on areas within which or arrangements by which many buyers and sellers are brought into contact with one another in order to exchange goods or services are entered under Markets. --names of individual exhibitions
Here are entered works on the division of powers between national governments and the governments of their states, provinces, or other first-order divisions, as well as works on the relations between these governmental entities. Works on the division of powers between the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government are entered under Separation of powers. --subdivision Politics and government under names of individual federal states