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Notes

by OC65

Department
Arts Management
Course Code
VPAA12H3
Professor
Anne Frost

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VPAA12
Feb 2, 2010
Spending @ the Federal level
Federal – regulating immigration, money in and out, stimulate the economy,
Fed gov would spend money here: Aboriginal, Ethno cultural groups, seniors/vets,
economically challenged, rural and remote people (outside urban areas), LGBQT (sexual
orientation), youth, women, 2
nd
language minorities
Dept of Canadian Heritage – James Moore is the minister – (this is the federal gov area
that serves the above groups- wants us to all talk to one another across the country)
1) Department of Canadian Heritage www.pch.gc.ca (policy driven)
Some of the programs are: Arts Presentation Canada,
Canadian heritage will fund 50% of your project – wants you to raise the first 50% first
(if there is a reason that they should find more to make a balance then they will perhaps
fund more)
Put together revenue from all of the funders
Be aware that funders talk to eachother – so don’t give different info to the different
funders
2) Canada council of the Arts – (the arms length at the federal level )
www.canadacouncil.ca
Funds living artists – and the creation of work
Spending at the Provincial level
Michael Chan – 3) the ministry of culture and tourism www.culture.on.ca (before it was
citizenship)
Culture is the smallest budgeted ministry in the whole government
Culture didn’t always have funding programs that you could apply to – but now there is
they want us to get money so that we can provide economic activity – but money for
them would now be something that brings in tourism
4) Ontario Arts Council (arms length) www.arts.on.ca
Spending at the Municipal
5) department of cultural and heritage (not a funder at the moment)
www.toronto/culture.ca
6) toronto Arts Council (arms length) www.torontoartscouncil.org
www.notesolution.com
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