Alors que les programmes de financement fédéraux sont offerts à tous les Canadiens qui s’y qualifient, les types et les montants pour le financement des arts par les provinces et les territoires diffèrent selon les endroits. En plus des programmes dans la liste ci-dessous, veuillez consulter la section Conseils des arts pour plus de programmes financés par les gouvernements.

CreativeBC
Creative BC funding programs drive creation and export of domestic creative content. From development support to international trade fair presence, our programs and activities aim to: optimize funding opportunities for projects and companies; grow B.C.’s ecosystem of support in which creative entrepreneurs can thrive; and give B.C.’s creative industries access
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Dancer Transition Resource Centre, Centre de ressources et transition pour danseurs
DTRC helps dancers make necessary transitions into, within, and from professional performing careers. DTRC offers a range of retraining and subsistence grants to help dancers address their present needs and pursue their future career goals.  Dancers can build transferable skills, explore second career options and undertake studies leading to parallel
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Edmonton Arts Council
The Edmonton Arts Council is a not-for-profit organization that supports and promotes the arts community in Edmonton. The EAC works to increase the profile and involvement of arts and culture in all aspects of our community life through activities that: Invest in Edmonton festivals, arts organizations and individual artists through
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FACTOR The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings
FACTOR’s programs provide financial support to Canadian recording artists, labels, songwriters, publishers, event producers and distributors. Whether an artist is looking to record a demo or a full-length sound recording, market an existing album, or go on tour at home or internationally, there is funding available.
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First Peoples' Cultural Council
The First Peoples’ Cultural Council is a First Nations-run Crown Corporation with a mandate to support the revitalization of Indigenous languages, arts, culture and heritage in British Columbia. We provide funding and resources to communities, monitor the status of First Nations languages and develop policy recommendations for First Nations leadership
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First West Foundation
The Foundation was created on the vision of helping create vibrant and healthy communities. By working in partnership with local organizations, the Foundation seeks to actively contribute to meaningful projects that make a positive and lasting impact upon community life. The First West Foundation has a number of different endowment
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Government of Alberta: Arts and Culture
Funding for heritage and cultural industry projects, and information about museums, historic sites, libraries and cultural events.
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Manitoba: Arts Branch
The arts and cultural organizations of Manitoba, funded by the Arts Branch, play a significant role in the health, well-being, social cohesion and social inclusion of Manitobans. They also contribute to the growth of our economy through support, training and employment of artists and arts professionals; and by fostering the
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Government of New Brunswick: Tourism, Heritage and Culture
The Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture will focus on the development, preservation and promotion of New Brunswick by building on its rich base of natural, cultural and heritage assets.
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Government of Newfoundland and Labrador: Tourism, Culture, Arts and Recreation
The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts and Recreation (TCAR) consists of all of those functions formerly within the Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation with the exception of the industry and innovation functions, and including all of those sport and recreation functions formerly within the Department of Children, Seniors
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Government of Northwest Territories
The Government of Northwest Territories celebrates and supports heritage, diversity, indigenous cultures, northern artists, and sport. For more, see the Government of Northwest Territories website. 
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Government of Nova Scotia: Communities, Culture and Heritage
The Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage is responsible for contributing to the well-being and prosperity of Nova Scotia’s diverse and creative communities through the promotion, development, preservation and celebration of our culture, heritage, identity and languages, and; by providing leadership, expertise and innovation to our stakeholders.
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Government of Nunavut: Arts and Culture
Art is what Nunavut is known for. It is part of the fabric that ties this massive territory together. We have artists across the territory. It’s estimated that three thousand Nunavut residents earn some income from arts sales. Visual arts alone contributes $33 million annual to the territory’s economy. The
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Province of Ontario
Ontario’s Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism & Cultural Industries help Ontario’s economy through strategic support and investment by: working with the tourism industry and regional tourism organizations to bring international investment investing in festivals and events across the province protecting cultural heritage resources promoting the arts and the creative economy
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Government of Prince Edward Island
The mandate of the PEI Arts Grants is to support, assist, encourage and represent the arts community in the province. Funding is available to Prince Edward Island artists through a juried grant application process.
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Hal Jackman Foundation
The Hal Jackman Foundation seeks to nurture exceptional creative accomplishment through the development and presentation of compelling artistic programs in the visual and performing arts. We support cultural organizations that offer a diverse and inclusive view of the arts, that inspire engagement, and that help to build the audiences of
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City of Hamilton
The City of Hamilton offers two grants to support community initiatives in Hamilton, Ontario: City Enrichment Fund Hamilton Future Fund
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Heritage BC
Established in 1981, Heritage BC is a charitable society with members who are the custodians of BC’s heritage with a focus on learning, preserving, conserving, interpreting and promoting heritage in trust for the benefit of society, its development and its enjoyment. What we do:  Recognizing: Annual Heritage Awards Celebrating: Heritage Week featuring
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Hot Docs: Film Funds
Hot Docs production funds provide Canadian and international documentary projects with much-needed development, production and completion grants, as well as valuable professional development opportunities. Funds include: CrossCurrents Doc Funds: Promoting inclusion in the documentary space, the CrossCurrents Doc Funds foster storytelling from within groups whose perspectives have been historically underrepresented.
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