Music Entrepreneur: Aid to Canadian Music Industry National Service Organizations – Canada Music Fund

From Canadian Heritage

The Canada Music Fund (CMF) – Music Entrepreneur: Aid to Canadian Music Industry National Service Organizations component provides financial assistance to eligible not-for-profit organizations. Funding aims to increase collective promotional activities for Canadian artists and music content, as well as services to the Canadian music industry.

Who can apply

To be eligible for funding from the Music Entrepreneur: Aid to Canadian Music Industry National Service Organizations component of the CMF, applicants must:

  • be incorporated as a not-for-profit Canadian organization serving Canadian artists and entrepreneurs working in the music industry, namely, as sound recording producers, music publishers, songwriters, distributors, artistic agents and agents of the music industry;
  • be a recognized national service organization with a minimum of two years of continuous operation;
  • manage an annual budget of at least $300,000, excluding government grants and contributions;
  • be engaged in activities at the national level;
  • deliver activities involved in at least two segments of Canada's music industry chain, such as production, publishing, distribution or marketing/promotion of artists or artistic works; and
  • demonstrate the capacity to manage the proposed projects.

How to apply

Applicants are required to:

Application deadline

November 21, 2017

Contact us

Department of Canadian Heritage
Music Policy and Programs

25 Eddy Street, 25-8-T
Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0M5
Email
PCH.fmcmusique-cmfmusic.PCH@canada.ca
Telephone
819-997-0055
1-866-811-0055 (toll-free)
TTY
1-888-997-3123 (toll-free)

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