Arts and media
Through the arts and media industries, such as sound recordings, books and films, we express ideas and perspectives, and we share stories and images that are uniquely Canadian – among ourselves and with the rest of the world.
Learn about the consultations on Canadian content in a digital world.
Apply for designation as a national arts service organization or for funding to support Canadian artists and artisans, arts training institutions, and the organizations that present or support the arts.
Celebrate your community, its history and heritage, with funding in support of local festivals, performing arts series and community anniversaries.
Learn more about Aboriginal arts in Canada and the Aboriginal Art Centre, responsible for the development and preservation of more than 4,000 works of art.
Apply for funding designed to increase access for Canadians to a diverse range of Canadian music and to enhance the opportunities available for Canadian music artists and entrepreneurs.
Learn how readers here and around the world connect with a broad range of Canadian authored books. See how print magazines, non-daily newspapers and periodicals provide Canadians with the content they want to read despite market disadvantages.
Learn about Canada’s film and video industry domestically and abroad and apply for funding or tax credits for the creation of Canadian film and video productions.
Apply for funding or learn how Canada is enhancing the creation of, and access to, Canadian broadcasting and digital media.
Get access to Canadian copyright information and services, including applying for a trademark or patent and registering a copyright.
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