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Economic benefits of culture in 2017

Volume 18 No 2 / June 19, 201919 June 2019

In this special issue of the Arts Research Monitor: An exploration of 2017 estimates of the direct economic and employment impacts of the arts, culture, and heritage in Canada, each province, and each territory. The analysis is based on Statistics Canada’s Provincial and Territorial Culture Indicators, 2017.

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Introductory notes regarding Provincial and Territorial Culture Indicators, 2017

Arts Research Monitor, Statistical Insights on the Arts

Statistics Canada’s recent release of Provincial and Territorial Culture Indicators (PTCI) provides estimates of the direct economic and employment impact of the arts, culture, and heritage. The PTCI estimates for 2015, 2016, and 2017 are updated pro… View this resource

Estimates of the direct economic impact of culture in Canada in 2017

Arts Research Monitor

Using the product perspective, Statistics Canada estimates that the direct economic impact of culture products was $53.1 billion in Canada in 2017, which equates to $1,454 per capita and 2.7% of overall GDP. The employment estimate was 666,500 in 201… View this resource

Estimates of the direct economic impact of culture in the western provinces in 2017

Arts Research Monitor

British Columbia Based on Statistics Canada’s product perspective, the direct economic impact of culture products was estimated at $7.1 billion in British Columbia in 2017, which equates to $1,450 per capita and 2.7% of provincial GDP. The culture em… View this resource

Estimates of the direct economic impact of culture in Ontario and Quebec in 2017

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Ontario Based on Statistics Canada’s product perspective, the direct economic impact of culture products was estimated at $25.0 billion in Ontario in 2017, equating to $1,775 per capita and 3.3% of provincial GDP. The direct impact per capita is high… View this resource

Estimates of the direct economic impact of culture in the Atlantic provinces in 2017

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New Brunswick Based on Statistics Canada’s product perspective, the direct economic impact of culture products was estimated at $550 million in New Brunswick in 2017, which equates to $718 per capita or 1.7% of provincial GDP. The culture employment… View this resource

Estimates of the direct economic impact of culture in the territories in 2017

Arts Research Monitor

Yukon Based on Statistics Canada’s product perspective, the direct economic impact of culture products was estimated at $58 million in Yukon in 2017, equal to $1,472 per capita or 2.1% of territorial GDP. The culture employment estimate was 800 in 20… View this resource

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