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Ottawa culture data project

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As part of the development of a new community-driven Cultural Roadmap for Ottawa, Hill Strategies was asked to find and analyze local cultural statistics. Kelly Hill presented the key findings from this research on January 18, 2019 at a Cultural Summ… View this resource

Choral singing, choral attendance, and the situation of choirs in Canada

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Funded primarily by Choral Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts, three major research projects have recently been completed:A survey of 2,000 Canadians 18 or older related to choral singing and attendanceA detailed survey of 861 choral organiza… View this resource

Custom research projects that have been commissioned from Hill Strategies Research, including links to additional information or full reports.

Survey of professional dance performers in Canada in 2016

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This report summarizes important characteristics of professional dancers with a performance career in Canada, including their dance work, their demographic and family situation, their working lives and incomes, their health and well-being, as well as… View this resource

Arts Impact Measurement Project

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Three major research streams contributed to the Arts Impact Measurement Project, conducted for Arts Council Wood Buffalo (ACWB) in 2015 and 2016:An online survey of the arts community in and around Fort McMurrayA telephone survey, representative of a… View this resource

British Columbia arts and culture research projects

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Significant new information and insights into the situation of the arts and culture in British Columbia were made available today by the Alliance for Arts and Culture. A ground breaking series of four arts research projects was conducted for the Alli… View this resource

Data sources on artists in Canada

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Baseline data on artists are used for multiple purposes, including as evidence for policy analysis, trend analysis, benchmarking in reporting on outcomes, analysis of particular issues such as regional or cultural equity, and the assessment of long-t… View this resource

Indirect Cultural Investments in Five Large Canadian Cities

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This report summarizes a recent research process into the indirect cultural investments in five large Canadian cities: Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montréal. The report is based on a survey of cultural staff members in the five cities as… View this resource

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