Canada Music Fund
The Canada Music Fund (CMF) ensures that a diversity of Canadian music artists connect with audiences everywhere.
The CMF has two main components: Individual Initiatives and Collective Initiatives.
These components are delivered through the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR) for the Anglophone market and the Fondation Musicaction (Musicaction) for the Francophone market.
Budget 2019 Supplemental Funding in 2019‑2020 and 2020‑2021
As announced in the Federal Budget 2019, the CMF received an additional $10 million in 2020‑2021 and 2021‑2022, to support the production, promotion and distribution of Canadian music. This investment supported more Canadian musicians and music entrepreneurs, and helped with the rising costs of marketing and promotion necessary in the music industry today.
Extension of Supplemental Funding in 2021‑2022
On November 30, 2020, as part of the Fall Economic Statement, the Government announced that it will provide a one‑year extension of the $10 million non‑recurring supplemental funding to the CMF, for 2021‑2022.
You can consult the Evaluation of the Canada Music Fund for years 2012‑2013 to 2017‑2018.
This component provides financial assistance exclusively to undertake activities that are central to the development of Canadian artists, the promotion of their music and the expansion of their audience.
Read more about the Individual Initiatives component of the CMF.
This component provides financial assistance to undertake activities that help Canadian artists and industry professionals gain a greater profile at home and abroad, increase their artistic and business skills, and build their export‑readiness and overall competitiveness.
Read more about the Collective Initiatives component of the CMF.
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