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Stats and Stories 2017-18
Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples Funding Overview

Overview of Canada Council funding through Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples

Creating, Knowing and Sharing at a glance

Total Creating, Knowing and Sharing grants

$9.4M

Grants to arts organizations

$5.1M

Grants to groups

$1.1M

Grants to artists

$3.2M

Arts organizations supported

57

Groups supported

19

Artists supported

133

First-time grant recipients

84

Breakdown of funding for Creating, Knowing and Sharing

Funding by province and territory

Province/Territory Amount
Newfoundland and Labrador $195.2K
Prince Edward Island $0.0M
Nova Scotia $3.4K
New Brunswick $0.0M
Quebec $1.5M
Ontario $3.5M
Manitoba $421.5K
Saskatchewan $464.5K
Alberta $457.1K
British Columbia $2.1M
Yukon Territory $171.7K
Northwest Territories $55.6K
Nunavut Territory $416.2K
Outside Canada $101.2K

Funding by field of practice

Field of practice Amount
Circus Arts $0.0M
Dance $0.0M
Deaf and Disability Arts $0.0M
Digital Arts $0.0M
Indigenous Arts $9.4M
Inter-Arts $0.0M
Literature $0.0M
Media Arts $0.0M
Multidisciplinary Activities $0.0M
Music and Sound $0.0M
Theatre $0.0M
Visual Arts $0.0M
Other field of practice $0.0M
Important note

Opening doors to Canadian arts data

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Building Momentum - Annual Report 2017 - 2018

Annual Report

Each year, the Canada Council for the Arts makes its Annual Report available to the public. This document reviews the Council’s commitments from its five-year strategic plan and highlights the year’s major projects while showcasing the work of funded artists and organizations. The Annual Report demonstrates the importance, necessity and impact of public arts funding.

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