Government of Canada Investments of $70 Million to Support Canada’s Artists and Live Music Sector

The Minister of Canadian Heritage, Steven Guilbeault, recently announced $70 million over three years to support the country’s live music sector and artists through the pandemic. The government is allocating $50 million in 2021–22, through the Canada Music Fund (CMF), to support the sector and maintain Canada’s funding system for commercial music. Another $20 million will be delivered in renewed annual funding in 2022–23 and 2023–24 to CMF recipients. Read more here.

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