COVID-19 and support measures for the culture, history and sport sectors
Learn about the immediate action the Government of Canada is taking to provide support measures and financial relief for the culture, heritage and sport sectors.
Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture and heritage represent more than $53 billion in the Canadian economy and close to 666,500 jobs in sectors such as film and video, broadcasting, music, publishing, archives, performing arts, heritage institutions, festivals and celebrations.
- COVID-19 - Information for Canadian Heritage employees
- Anthems of Canada
- Important and commemorative days
- Canada Day in the Capital region
- Sound and Light Show
- Young Canada Works
- Official symbols of Canada
- National Flag of Canada half-masting notices
- National Flag of Canada
- Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office
- LGBTQ2 Secretariat
Services and information
Apply to one of a myriad of funding programs that support culture, history, heritage, sport and official languages in Canada.
Show your pride for this amazing country by participating in our many events and celebrations and by commemorating important moments and people in Canadian history.
Discover Parliament Hill and take a stroll down Confederation Boulevard to explore the many national museums and commemorative monuments in the national Capital.
Learn more about Canada's languages and the tools and programs in place to help protect, celebrate and strengthen linguistic duality in Canada.
Learn about the original inhabitants of Canada, the origin of our country's name, the Fathers of Confederation and the events and milestones that shaped our country's creation.
Get information about the melodies, objects and flags that have become – through traditional usage or by public perception – the symbols by which Canadians identify themselves.
Know your rights as a Canadian citizen, understand how your rights are protected, and learn how to file a complaint if you have been discriminated against.
Get a better understanding of how the Crown remains a fundamental part of Canada's system of government and our sense of identity.
Learn how our sport programs provide Canadians with access to sport as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, and help athletes participate and succeed in competitions.
Explore the expertise and services available to heritage institutions and professionals, including collections management and the preservation and conservation of cultural objects and artefacts.
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Visit a national museum or gallery, get a Museums Passport or apply for funding through one of our many programs designed to support heritage institutions.
Discover how Canada supports the preservation of artistic, historic and scientific heritage through designation, tax certification, grants and by regulating the import and export of cultural property.
Explore funding opportunities, and information and services available in the arts and media industries, including festivals, music, book publishing, film and more.
Enjoy learning and adventure, friendship and discovery as you take part in student or graduate jobs, internships and language immersion programs.
Discover the programs, policies and regulations in place to support the acquisition or preservation of cultural objects and media industries for the long-term benefit of Canadians.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Your Guide to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
- Symbols of Canada
- A Crown of Maples
- Action Plan for Official Languages
- Summary report on the Court Challenges Program consultations
Research and statistics
- Implementation of the Indigenous Languages Act
- Preservation of heritage objects and collections
- Anti-racism engagement
- Attitudes toward sport
Minister of Canadian Heritage
Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth
Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth and to the Minister of Canadian Heritage (Sport)
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