Autres rapports et études

Autres rapports et études

Stricking a New A-Chord: Recommendations for the growth & development of Canada's East Coast Music Industry (2017, en anglais seulement)

This report was commissioned by the East Coast Music Association (ECMA), Music Canada, and Music Canada Live. It has set out to study the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the music community in Atlantic Canada.

SoundCheck: An Economic Impact Analysis of Manitoba’s Music Industry (2016, en anglais seulement)

Manitoba has a long history of a thriving music sector known for producing outstanding music. A new report reveals the numbers behind Manitoba’s music industry, confirming that it creates jobs, generates revenue, and contributes to the provincial economy. Released by Manitoba Music, the analysis of the music industry’s economic impact proves that music matters in Manitoba. 

Music In Motion: An Analysis of Exporting Canadian Independent Music (2016, en anglais seulement)

This report explores how exporting is a vital but expensive proposition for Canadian companies, at a critical time in the commercial music industry. Market changes over the years have increased music companies’ reliance on export revenue, particularly from international touring. This results in missed or lost opportunities due to the limited capacity of companies to invest in their artists. Export barriers include: a lack of stable funding to offset higher-risk exporting, insufficient flexibility of funding programs (in terms of caps and artist-eligibility), timing (more multi-year funding is needed), and the complexity of the application process.

La composition d'une ville musicale (2016, en anglais seulement)

The Mastering of a Music City represents a roadmap that communities of all sizes can follow to realize the full potential of their music economy. Truly global in scale, the report is the result of more than forty interviews with music community experts, government officials, and community leaders in more than twenty cities on every continent.

Over the Border and into the Clubs – Canada’s Music Industry and the US Market (2016, en anglais seulement)

The Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) has released a report that illustrates the opportunities and challenges that exist for Canadian musicians seeking to play shows and do business in the United States. The report calls for fairness and reciprocity when it comes to US immigration and tax policies as they relate to Canadian artists.

Live Music Measures Up: An Economic Impact Analysis of Live Music in Ontario (2015, en anglais seulement)

Music Canada releases the first comprehensive study of the live music industry in Ontario. Live Music Measures Up: An Economic Impact Analysis of Live Music in Ontario provides critical data and information that will help guide decision-making within the sector, in government and other allied stakeholders.

Compte satellite de la culture provincial et territorial (2015)

Le présent document décrit le Compte satellite provincial et territorial de la culture (CSCPT) du Canada élaboré par Statistique Canada. Le CSCPT donne une mesure de l’importance économique de la culture (y compris les arts et le patrimoine) et du sport au Canada en ce qui a trait à la production, au produit intérieur brut et à l’emploi pour l’année de référence 2010. 

Un avenir empreint de créativité : Une politique culturelle renouvelée pour le Nouveau-Brunswick (2014)

Le document met en lumière les nouveaux investissements dans les programmes de la culture et du patrimoine qui bénéficient du soutien du gouvernement provincial. Le renouvellement de la politique culturelle était un engagement pris par le gouvernement en 2010, et il s'est appuyé sur des consultations publiques, la participation de divers intervenants de la scène culturelle et un groupe de travail culturel qui a orienté le processus.

Sound Analysis - An examination of the Canadian Independent Music Industry (2013, en anglais seulement)

The Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) has commissioned this study by Nordicity to fully determine the breadth and scope of the Canadian-owned, independent music industry as a whole, and to measure its importance to both national and provincial economies. While the scope of this study is national in nature, its focus is primarily on the English-language independent music industry in Canada. As such, French-language companies and artists are likely underrepresented in this study. 

Stratégie globale pour l’intégration des arts et de la culture dans la société acadienne au Nouveau-Brunswick (2009)

Conçue dans une perspective d’efficacité et de cohérence, la stratégie énoncée est axée sur des principes qui mettent en valeur la concertation et la collaboration intersectorielle et pluridisciplinaire, conditions essentielles au maintien des arts et de la culture au cœur même de l’évolution de la société acadienne du Nouveau-Brunswick.