Have your say: Export support for Canada’s creative industries

Current status: Closed

The Government of Canada’s current mechanism for supporting creative exports, the Creative Export Strategy, will expire in March 2023. In this context, the Department of Canadian Heritage and Global Affairs Canada sought input from businesses and organizations operating in the creative sector in Canada (for example, audiovisual and interactive media, fashion and design, performing arts and music, publishing, visual arts), and those who may have an interest in this area, on how to strengthen export support to Canada’s creative industries.

Feedback provided will help policymakers make decisions on future policies and programs to ensure they remain responsive to the needs of Canada’s creative industries.

Who participated

For the purposes of these consultations, Canadian Heritage sought feedback from:

Virtual roundtable sessions

Canadian Heritage hosted a series of virtual roundtable sessions throughout summer 2021 and winter 2022 to discuss how best to provide export support to Canada’s creative industries going forward. Four sessions were dedicated to creative businesses and organizations owned and/or led by Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.

During these roundtable sessions, Canadian Heritage sought input on the following areas:

Online survey

The survey was available online from July 15 to August 19, 2021, and took approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Participation was voluntary and confidential.

What We Heard

This final report provides an overview of what was heard during the consultation process. The full report can be found on this webpage.

Related links

Contact us

International Trade Branch, International Trade Policy
Department of Canadian Heritage
25 Eddy St
Gatineau QC  J8X 4B5

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