Arts Research Monitor

The Arts Research Monitor, created by Hill Strategies Research in 2002, provides synopses of qualitative and quantitative research findings in the arts and culture. The Monitor should be useful to artists, arts managers, funders, policy makers, researchers and others with an interest in learning more about the arts and culture. The Arts Research Monitor is funded by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.

19 August 2015

The Culture Satellite Account (CSA) examines the direct economic and employment impact of the arts, culture, and heritage in Canada, the provinces, and the territories. This link provides a summary of estimates of the economic benefits of culture in the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

19 August 2015

The Culture Satellite Account (CSA) examines the direct economic and employment impact of the arts, culture, and heritage in Canada, the provinces, and the territories. This link provides a summary of estimates of the economic benefits of culture in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

19 August 2015

The Culture Satellite Account (CSA) examines the direct economic and employment impact of the arts, culture, and heritage in Canada, the provinces, and the territories. This link provides a summary of estimates of the economic benefits of culture in Ontario and Quebec.

19 August 2015

The Culture Satellite Account (CSA) examines the direct economic and employment impact of the arts, culture, and heritage in Canada, the provinces, and the territories. This link provides a summary of estimates of the economic benefits of culture in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

19 August 2015

The Culture Satellite Account (CSA) examines the direct economic and employment impact of the arts, culture, and heritage in Canada, the provinces, and the territories. Updated national estimates indicate that the direct economic impact of culture industries was $53.4 billion in Canada in 2010, or 3.4% of Canada's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). In 2010, there were 707,000 jobs directly related to culture industries, or 4.1% of total employment.