Grant recipients are required to report on grants as outlined in their grant notification letter.
Reports enable us to verify that the funded activities have taken place, provide valuable information about the artistic sector, and help us measure and demonstrate the impact of our funding programs. Note that having an overdue report will block payments.
Submitting your report
When is my report due?
Your reporting deadlines are indicated in your grant notification letter. It is your responsibility to submit your reports on time.
If your report is overdue...
Grant payments will be withheld until all outstanding reports are submitted and approved.
Request for an extension
Grant recipients may request a deadline extension in exceptional circumstances that have caused project delays.
To request an extension you submit a request for extension form to the program officer who signed your grant notification letter.
When the request is approved, the officer will provide you with the new deadline date and grants payments can resume.
Where do I send it?
Once you have completed your report, email it to the program you applied to:
Explore and Create
Engage and Sustain
Creating, Knowing and Sharing:
The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples
Supporting Artistic Practice
Arts Across Canada
You can also send it by mail to:
Once you have completed your report, send it by mail to:
Attn: [Program Name]
150 Elgin St, P.O. Box 1047
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5V8