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									Provincial and Territorial Profiles, 2005-2006 / Profils provinciaux et territoriaux, 2005-2006

GRANTS TO ONTARIO / SUBVENTIONS À L’ONTARIO

Research Unit / Unité de recherche The Canada Council for the Arts / Le Conseil des Arts du Canada August 2006 / août 2006

Funding to Ontario, 2005-2006
• • • In 2005-2006, the Canada Council for the Arts provided grants worth close to $40.3 million to the arts in Ontario. In addition to grants, $2.9 million in payments was provided to 4,951 authors through the Public Lending Right Program in 2005-20061. This brings the total amount of Canada Council funding to Ontario to $43.2 million. Prize winners from Ontario in 2005-2006 included Santee Smith (Hagersville) – Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award, Vera Frenkel (Toronto) – Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts, John Mighton (Toronto) – Governor General’s Literary Awards, Murray Schafer (Indian River) – Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts, Peter McGillivray (Toronto) – Bernard Diamant Prize, and Karen Henderson (Toronto) - Duke and Duchess of York Prize. The Council awarded $5.4 million in grants to 580 Ontario artists and $34.9 million to 627 Ontario arts organizations in 2005-2006 Grants were awarded to artists and arts organizations in Ontario in each artistic discipline – dance, music, theatre, visual arts, media arts, interdisciplinary and performance art and writing and publishing. In 2005-2006, the largest amount of funding went to music ($9.5 million). Theatre received the second largest amount of funding ($7 million), followed by writing and publishing ($6.7 million). Funding to artists and arts organizations in Toronto totaled $27.7 million in 2005-2006, comprising 68.8% of the total funding going to the province. Ottawa received $2.8 million in funding, representing 6.9% of total funding. 129 additional communities in Ontario received 24.4% of the province’s funding for a total of $9.8 million. 209 Ontario artists and arts professionals served as peer assessors in 2005-2006, making up 27.5% of all peer assessors. 89% of Ontarian assessors were Anglophone, and 11% of assessors were Francophone. 4,601 applications from Ontario artists and arts organizations were submitted to Council in 2005-2006, representing 29.1% of the total number of applications received. In 2005-2006, Ontario artists received 29.7% of Canada Council funding to artists and Ontario arts organizations received 34.1% of the funding to arts organizations. In total, Ontario artists and arts organizations received 33.4% of Canada Council funding. In comparison, the province makes up 38.9% of the Canadian population2 and 40.2% of Canadian artists.3 “… Ontarians spent $9.4 billion on cultural goods and services in 2003, 41% of the Canadian total. Cultural spending represents 3.1% of total consumer spending in the province. The $9.4 billion in consumer spending on culture is over three times larger than the $2.8 billion spent on culture in Ontario by all levels of government in 2002/03. At $802 per resident, Ontarians’ per capita cultural spending is second only to Alberta among the provinces.”4

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The Public Lending Right Program provides payments to authors whose books are held in selected Canadian libraries. Based on the Estimate of Population, Statistics Canada, January 1, 2006. 3 Hill Stategies Research, Artists in Canada’s Provinces, Territories and Metropolitan Areas. (based on Census 2001) 4 Hill Strategies Research, Consumer Spending on Culture in Canada, the Provinces and 15 Metropolitan Areas in 2003. Ontario - Media Release.
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Aide attribuée en Ontario, 2005-2006
• • En 2005-2006, le Conseil des Arts du Canada a accordé près de 40,3 millions de dollars aux arts en Ontario. Un montant de 2,9 millions de dollars a en outre été payé à 4,951 écrivains et écrivaines de l’Ontario dans le cadre du Programme du droit de prêt public5 en 2005-2006, ce qui porte à 43,2 millions de dollars l’aide attribuée à l’Ontario. Parmi les personnes de l’Ontario ayant remporté des prix en 2005-2006, mentionnons Santee Smith (Hagersville) – Prix Victor-Martyn-Lynch-Staunton, Vera Frenkel (Toronto) – Médailles du Gouverneur Général en arts visuels et en arts médiatiques, John Mighton (Toronto) – Prix littéraires du Gouverneur général, Murray Schafer (Indian River) – Prix Walter-Carsen d’excellence en arts de la scène, Peter McGillivray (Toronto) – Prix Bernard-Diamant, et Karen Henderson (Toronto) – Prix du Duc et de la Duchesse d’York. Le Conseil a accordé 5,4 millions de dollars en subventions à 580 artistes de l’Ontario, ainsi que 34,9 millions de dollars à 627 organismes artistiques de cette province en 2005-2006. L’aide du Conseil a touché toutes les disciplines - danse, musique, théâtre, arts visuels, arts médiatiques, lettres et édition et art interdisciplinaire. Le plus gros montant de l’aide est allé à la musique (9,5 millions de dollars), puis au théâtre (7 millions de dollars) et aux lettres et à l’édition (6,7 millions de dollars). Des subventions de 27,7 millions de dollars ont été accordées aux artistes et organismes artistiques de Toronto, ce qui représente 68,8 % de l’aide à la province. La ville d’Ottawa a reçu 2,8 millions de dollars (6,9 %). Les 129 autres collectivités de l’Ontario ont reçu au total 9,8 millions de dollars (24,4 %). 209 artistes et professionnels des arts ont été engagés comme membres de jurys, évaluateurs et conseillers en 2005-2006, ce qui représente 27,5 % de tous les membres de jurys auxquels le Conseil fait appel. Parmi les évaluateurs de l’Ontario, on comptait 89 % d’anglophones et 11 % de francophones. 4,601 demandes d’appui ont été soumises au Conseil par des artistes et des organismes artistiques de l’Ontario en 2005-2006, ce qui représente 29,1 % du total des demandes reçues. En 2005-2006, les artistes de l’Ontario ont reçu 29,7 % des subventions du Conseil décernées aux artistes, et les organismes artistiques de l’Ontario ont reçu 34,1 % des subventions du Conseil accordées aux organismes artistiques. Au total, les artistes et organismes artistiques de l’Ontario ont reçu 33,4 % des subventions du Conseil des Arts du Canada. La province représente 38,9 % de la population au Canada6 et 40,2 % des artistes canadiens.7 « …la population de l’Ontario a dépensé 9,4 milliards de dollars pour des produits et services culturels en 2003, soit 41 % du total canadien. Les dépenses au chapitre de la culture représentent 3,1 % des dépenses totales de consommation dans cette province. Les 9,4 milliards en dépenses de consommation au chapitre de la culture représentent plus du triple des 2,8 milliards consacrés à la culture par tous les paliers de gouvernement de cette province en 2002-2003. À 802 $ par habitant, les dépenses par personne au chapitre de la culture de la population ontarienne se situent au deuxième rang des provinces, après l’Alberta. »8

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Le Programme du droit de prêt public accorde des paiements aux auteurs dont les livres font partie des collections d’un échantillon de bibliothèques canadiennes. 6 Selon l’estimation de la population de Statistique Canada du 1er janvier 2006. 7 Hill Stratégies Recherche, Les artistes par province, territoire et région métropolitaine du Canada. (selon le recensement de 2001) 8 Hill Stratégies Recherche, Les dépenses des consommateurs au chapitre de la culture en 2003 pour le Canada, les provinces et 15 régions métropolitaines. Dépenses, résumé – Ontario.
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Artists in Ontario
With 52,500 artists, Ontario has nearly twice as many artists as any other province. Artists represent 0.8% of the provincial labour force, equal to the national average. Toronto has an artistic concentration (1.6%) that is double the national average of 0.8%, ranking the city fifth among large Canadian cities. Forty percent of the province’s artists reside in Toronto, compared with 21% of the province’s overall labour force. In terms of the absolute number of artists, the City of Toronto has about twice as many artists (21,000) as the City of Montreal (10,100), with Vancouver (7,300) having the third-highest number of artists. Ottawa (1.0%), Waterloo (1.0%) and Kingston (0.9%) also have an artistic concentration that is above the national average of 0.8%. Ottawa and Waterloo are tied for tenth in Canada. Barrie had the largest percentage increase in the number of artists. The number of artists in Barrie more than tripled, increasing from 105 in 1991 to 340 in 2001. The number of artists more than doubled in two other Ontario cities between 1991 and 2001 – Whitby and Newmarket (ranking these cities third and fourth in Canada, respectively). Also ranking highly in terms of growth in the arts labour force are Richmond Hill (86% increase, eighth in Canada) and Norfolk (85% increase, ninth in Canada). In addition, there was significant growth in the arts labour force in many other Ontario cities between 1991 and 2001, including Mississauga, Caledon and Guelph. In Toronto, Niagara Falls, Peterborough and Kingston, the growth in the arts labour force between 1991 and 2001 was at least 10 times the growth in the overall local labour force. In Toronto, the growth in the arts labour force was 13 times the growth in the city’s overall labour force. Among large Ontario cities, artists’ average earnings are highest in Toronto ($34,100, the highest level in Canada), Ajax ($31,800, the third-highest level in Canada), Pickering ($31,000, the fourth-highest level in Canada) and Ottawa ($29,700, the fifth-highest level in Canada). Among large Ontario cities, the earnings gap between artists and other local workers is lowest in Toronto (11%, the third-lowest level in Canada). The only other Ontario city with an earnings gap that is below the national average of 26% is Ajax, where artists earn 17% less than other local workers. Source: Hills Strategies Research Inc, Artists in Large Canadian Cities, March 2006. ****************

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Artistes en Ontario
Avec 52 500 artistes, l’Ontario a presque deux fois plus d’artistes que n’importe quelle autre province. Les artistes représentent 0,8 % de la population active provinciale, soit exactement la moyenne canadienne. La concentration d’artistes à Toronto (1,6 %) est le double de la moyenne canadienne de 0,8 %, classant la ville cinquième parmi les grandes villes du Canada. Quarante pour cent des artistes de l’Ontario habitent à Toronto, où se trouve 21 % de la population active totale de la province. Du point de vue du nombre absolu d’artistes, Toronto a environ deux fois plus d’artistes (21 000) que Montréal (10 100), tandis que Vancouver se classe troisième (7 300). Les concentrations d’Ottawa (1,0 %), de Waterloo (1,0 %) et de Kingston (0,9 %) dépassent également la moyenne nationale de 0,8 %. Ottawa et Waterloo sont classés en dixième place au Canada. Barrie a connu la plus forte croissance en pourcentage de son nombre d’artistes. Le nombre d’artistes en 2001 à Barrie est plus du triple de ce qu’il était en 1991, passant de 105 à 340. Le nombre d’artistes en 2001 est plus du double de ce qu’il était en 1991 dans deux autres villes ontariennes, soit Whitby et Newmarket (classées troisième et quatrième, respectivement, sur l’échelle canadienne). Richmond Hill (+86 %, huitième au Canada) et Norfolk (+85 %, neuvième au Canada) font également état de fortes croissances de leur effectif artistique. Plusieurs autres villes ontariennes, dont Mississauga, Caledon et Guelph, ont connu une croissance solide entre 1991 et 2001. À Toronto, Niagara Falls, Peterborough et Kingston, la croissance de la population active artistique entre 1991 et 2001 était au moins dix fois supérieure à celle de la population active locale. À Toronto, la croissance de la main-d’oeuvre artistique a été 13 fois celle de l’ensemble de la population active de la ville. Parmi les grandes villes de l’Ontario, le revenu moyen des artistes est le plus élevé à Toronto (34 100 $, le plus élevé au Canada), Ajax (31 800 $, troisième au Canada), Pickering (31 000 $, quatrième au Canada) et Ottawa (29 700 $, cinquième au Canada). Parmi les villes ontariennes, c’est à Toronto que l’écart de revenu entre les artistes et les autres travailleurs locaux est le plus faible (11 %, le troisième plus faible au Canada). La seule autre ville ontarienne où l’écart de revenu est inférieur à la moyenne canadienne de 26 % est Ajax, où les artistes gagnent 17 % de moins que les autres travailleurs locaux. Source : Hills Stratégies Recherche Inc. Les artistes dans les grandes villes du Canada, Mars 2006

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Ontario Artists and Arts Organizations Funded by the Canada Council, 2005-2006/ Les artistes et les organismes artistiques de l’Ontario financés par le Conseil des Arts du Canada en 2005-2006 Arts Organizations / Organismes artistiques
The Canada Council supports the work of arts organizations. In 2005-2006, some of the Ontario arts organizations which received funding include9: / Le Conseil des Arts appuie le travail des organismes artistiques. En 2005-2006, au nombre des organismes artistiques de l’Ontario ayant reçu des fonds, mentionnons : • The National Ballet of Canada, Toronto ($2,715,200) • Cinematheque Ontario, Toronto ($190,000) • Canadian Opera Company, Toronto ($1,725,000) • Toronto Symphony Orchestra ($1,816,000) • Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra ($439,500) • Stratford Festival ($753,000) • Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake ($544,000) • Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, Toronto ($267,500) • Tarragon Theatre, Toronto ($339,000) • Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto ($295,000) • McClelland and Stewart, Toronto ($193,500) • The Power Plant, Toronto ($220,000).

Aboriginal Arts Organizations / Organismes artistiques autochtones
The Canada Council supports the work of Aboriginal arts organizations. In 2005-2006, some of the Ontario organizations receiving funding were: / Le Conseil des Arts du Canada soutient le travail des organismes artistiques autochtones. En 2005-2006, parmi les organismes de l’Ontario ayant reçu des fonds, mentionnons : • Earth in Motion Dance Co. , Toronto ($59,000) • Centre for Aboriginal Media, Toronto ($48,800) • Debajehmujig Theatre Group, Wikwemikong ($146,250) • Native Earth Performing Arts, Toronto ($140,000) • Kegedonce Press, Wiarton ($53,000).

Culturally Diverse Organizations / Organismes artistiques de la diversité culturelle
The Canada Council supports the work of culturally diverse arts organizations. In 2005-2006, some of the Ontario organizations receiving funding were: / Le Conseil des Arts du Canada soutient le travail des organismes artistiques de la diversité culturelle. En 2005-2006, au nombre de ces organismes de l’Ontario, mentionnons: • Menaka Thakkar Dance Company, Toronto ($140,000) • Sampradaya Dance Creations, Mississauga ($115,867) • Nathaniel Dett Chorale, Toronto ($100,500) • Cahoots Theatre Projects, Toronto ($72,350) • Dub Poets Collective, Toronto ($60,000).

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Supporting Diversity in Excellence10
The Canada Council supports the endeavours of professional artists and arts organizations through its programs. The following selection illustrates the scope of the projects supported by the Council in Ontario. Christos Hatzis, based in Uxbridge, ON, was awarded a $1,000 travel grant to attend the European premiere of his original composition Pyrrichean Dances in Athens, Greece, in 2005-2006. Pyrrichean Dances is a contemporary double concerto for violin, percussion and string orchestras which also incorporates unusual musical instruments such as almglockens (swiss cow bells), waterphones, lion’s roars, gongs, and musical saws. Deriving from pyrrichios, the Greek word for war dance, Pyricchean Dances touches on themes of discontinuity of contemporary life, conflicts among countries, the joining together of people commonly linked by grief over tragic events, and clashes between two different world perspectives. Hatzis is an eclectic composer influenced by early Christian and Byzantine music along with jazz, pop, world, and Inuit rhythms. He is a previous winner of the Jules Léger Prize for Chamber Music. The internationally acclaimed Shaw Festival, based in Niagara-on-the-Lake was awarded grants totalling $544,000 through the Theatre Section in 2005-2006. Plays for the 2006 season include classics such as Arthur Miller’s drama The Crucible, set during the Salem Witch Trials, and an adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man. Other plays to be featured are Shaw’s comedic Too Good to Be True and Lillian Groag’s The Magic Fire. The Council supported SKETCH, a multidisciplinary arts centre for homeless and at-risk youth aged fifteen to twenty-nine in Toronto, with grants totalling $22,000 through the Artist and Community Collaboration Fund in 2005-2006. Council funds will be used towards the SKETCH Music Production Series and The Fine Art Series. The Music Production Series is a three-month long program which will teach youth the steps of music production from song-writing to recording. The Fine Art Series has three different visual arts programs: the Woodworking and Design Series which offers education in cabinet making and renovation of studio rooms; the Illustration Series which provides training in acrylic ink illustrations and the business aspects of being an artist; and the Photo Series in which students will learn the art of photo development. In 2005-2006, Michèle Karch-Ackerman, of Buckhorn, ON, was awarded a $20,000 grant through the Visual Arts Section for an exhibition that investigates and honours the secret lives of unwed Canadian mothers from the 1900s to the 1960s. Inspired by her grandmother’s history as a resident of Misericordia, a Montréal-based institution run by Catholic nuns who took care of unwed mothers and their children, Karch-Ackerman hopes to offer a conceptual penance through her project. A plethora of artifacts, from vintage curtains of Misericordia’s living rooms to hand-bound prayer books, will be reconstructed for viewers to experience the hidden lives of unwed mothers in small fragments. South Asian dance company Chitralekha Odissi Dance Creations, located in Burlington, ON, was supported by grants totalling $55,000 through the Dance Section and the Equity Office in 2005-2006. The funds assisted in enhancing the creative process for Chitralekha’s production of Karna, a dance drama in three acts based on one part of the Mahabharata quadrilogy. Karna is a biography of the eponymous heroic warrior who deceived a Brahmin guru, Parashurama, by disguising himself as a Brahmin boy in order to receive training in old scriptures. The production of Karna has helped increase Chitralekha’s professional status in dance.
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Workman Theatre Project of Ontario will showcase Rendezvous with Madness, “an annual Toronto event that really gives meaning to the term ‘movie mania’” with the assistance of a $10,000 grant through the Media Arts Section in 2005-2006. For thirteen years, Rendezvous has featured films and exhibitions by Canadian and international artists who are dealing with mental health issues and addiction in their personal and/or professional lives. Rendezvous attempts to raise public awareness and consequently battle societal stigmatization of mental illness through revealing facts and mythologies behind various psychological disorders, from trichtillomania (compulsive hair pulling) to schizophrenia. The Council supported established artist Barry Ace, of Ottawa, with grants totalling $21,000 through the Visual Arts Section and the Aboriginal Arts Secretariat in 2005-2006. Ace will refine Super Phat Nish, a trickster archetype character intended to be a popular culture icon who appears on various consumer items from skateboards to lunch boxes. In addition, Ace will work on an interactive cyber space with blogs, postings, and other web-based activities to encourage youth to contribute to the development of similar avatars. Super Phat Nish will be featured at an exhibition in New York. In collaboration with Michael Cywink and Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, Ace will honour the memory of renowned Aboriginal artist Carl Beam by putting together a collection of his works and memorabilia to present to the public in the exhibition entitled Carl Beam – Island in the Stream. In 2005-2006, the Council supported Spirit Magazine with grants totalling $24,000 through the Writing and Publishing Section and the Aboriginal Arts Secretariat in 2005-2006. Spirit Magazine, based in Wasauksing First Nation near Parry Sound, ON, is an indigenous arts and culture magazine which “combines beautiful photography, cutting-edge creative design, investigative journalism and topnotch writing.” Aboriginal identity, politics, artists, cultures, and lifestyles are some of the themes of Spirit Magazine. Opéra Atelier, a Toronto-based organization, received two Music Section grants totalling $173,500 in 20052006. Opéra Atelier focuses on performance styles, technical aspects and aesthetic ideals which reflect the 17th and 18th centuries, commonly known as the Baroque period. Opéra Atelier has featured performances in both English and French, many of them based on Greek mythology such as Persée, and opera classics of the Baroque period including The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni. As part of its educational programs, Opéra Atelier offers training in ballet, modern dance and historical dance as well as an introduction to Baroque opera workshop for schools across the Greater Toronto Area. Toronto-based collective Spark Productions was awarded a $19,000 grant through the Inter-Arts Office in 2005-2006. Council funds enabled the collective to combine light, sound, dance, visual art, video, installation, and performance as part of the production of STATIC, a project which explores fear. In the performance component, audience members see the impact of a fearful character’s attempted suicide on himself and his family members. The installation aspect of the project explores common fears such as death, intimacy, loss, rejection and the unknown. Audience members are invited to participate by anonymously confessing their phobias to the Fear Hotline, snippets of which will be used for the performance of STATIC at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. Toronto songwriter, singer, and guitarist Gregory Hoskins received three Music Section grants totalling $25,500 in 2005-2006. Hoskins is in the process of recording nine new songs for an album with the working title of My Reluctant Muse. As a theme, each song will represent a paradox, such as the scientific versus the spiritual, the dark versus the light, growth versus destruction, and love versus hate. Some of the funding was used to facilitate Hoskins’ attendance and promote his music at many venues in Western
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Canada. Hoskins travelled to many small cities in British Columbia, including Terrace, Kitimat, Duncan, and North Vancouver. In some of these locations, he participated in music workshops in various schools as part of a youth outreach program. Laura Donefer, of Harrowsmith, ON, was awarded a $34,000 grant through the Visual Arts Section to produce the large-scale project Shields to Ward Off Madness in 2005-2006. Inspired by personal experiences as well as global traumatic events, Donefer will construct three large wall shields, six handheld shields and three torso shields out of glass, wire, cheesecloth, Irish waxed thread, dye, silicone and forged steel to be displayed on several walls. Shields will be part of an exhibition at the Clay and Glass Gallery in Waterloo, ON, in 2007. Founder of the renowned quarterly magazine The Glass Gazette, Donefer is also an established glass artist with experience in the national and international glass work field. Toronto media artist Gail Maurice was awarded a $60,000 grant through the Media Arts Section to produce the medium-length feature documentary Scream Your Dreams in 2005-2006. Scream Your Dreams is a cinéma vérité style film that will dig deep into the similarities and differences in the dreams and aspirations of indigenous high school graduates from three diverse geographical communities: Cambridge Bay (Nunavut), Beauval (Saskatchewan), and Toronto (Ontario). The role of the environment, media, family, community, and language will be closely looked at. Young people will be invited to contribute to the film production process after participating in cinematography and sound workshops offered by Maurice. The first and only artist-run centre in francophone Ontario, Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario, located in Sudbury, was supported by a $20,000 grant through the Visual Arts Section in 2005-2006. Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario primarily caters to the francophone contemporary visual arts community. The theme of the 2005-2006 season, mises en espace, focuses on “explorations in space [which] open[s] many diverse perspectives: micro and macro, rational and instinctual, animal and human, body and soul.” In 2005-2006, Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC), established in Toronto, was awarded several grants totaling $147,500. Council funds will primarily support Book Week 2006 (themed Deep Reading | Plonge dans la lecture!), an annual bilingual event celebrated across Canada that includes the distribution of free books to every child enrolled in Grade One, touring programs for authors, storytellers, and illustrators, writing contests, and film screenings of children’s tales. Funds also went towards other promotional activities such as Our Choice, an annual publication highlighting Canadian children’s literature classics, the CCBC Book News newsletter, library collections, and the official website.

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À l’appui de l’excellence dans toute sa diversité11
Grâce à ses programmes, le Conseil des Arts du Canada soutient les entreprises de nombreux artistes et organismes artistiques professionnels. La sélection suivante illustre l’étendue de la diversité des projets appuyés par le Conseil en Ontario. En 2005-2006, Christos Hatzis, domicilié à Uxbridge, en Ontario, a reçu une subvention de voyage de 1 000 $ pour assister à la première européenne de son œuvre originale, intitulée Pyrrichean Dances, à Athènes, en Grèce. Pyrrichean Dances est un double concerto contemporain pour orchestres à cordes, percussion et violon, qui intègre également des instruments musicaux inhabituels tels que les almglocken (cloches de vache suisses), waterphones, les mugissements du lion, les gongs et les scies musicales. Inspiré du mot pyrichios, qui signifie danse de guerre en grec, Pyrricchean Dances aborde les thèmes du manque de continuité dans la vie contemporaine, des conflits entre les pays, du rassemblement de gens liés entre eux par des événements tragiques et les incompatibilités des diverses perspectives mondiales. M. Hatzis est un compositeur éclectique qui a été influencé par la musique ancienne chrétienne et byzantine, ainsi que par le jazz, la musique populaire, la musique du monde et les rythmes inuits. Il a été récipiendaire du prix JulesLéger pour la musique de chambre. En 2005-2006, le célèbre Festival Shaw, établi à Niagara-on-the-Lake, a reçu des subventions totalisant 544 000 $ du Service du théâtre. Les œuvres inscrites au programme de la saison 2006 comprennent des classiques tels que The Crucible, d’Arthur Miller, qui évoque la période de persécution puritaine appelée Les sorcières de Salem, et une adaptation de L’Homme invisible de H.G. Wells. Parmi les autres pièces à l’affiche, on peut mentionner la comédie Trop vrai pour être beau, de Shaw, et The Magic Fire de Lillian Groag. En 2005-2006, le Conseil a accordé son appui à SKETCH, un centre d’arts multidisciplinaire pour les sansabri et les jeunes à risque entre 15 et 29 ans de Toronto, sous forme de subventions totalisant 22 000 $ du Fonds de collaboration entre les artistes et la communauté. SKETCH appliquera les fonds du Conseil à sa Music Production Series et à The Fine Art Series. La Music Production Series est un programme de trois mois destiné à enseigner aux jeunes les diverses étapes de production musicale, depuis la composition de chansons à leur enregistrement. La Fine Art Series compte trois programmes d’arts visuels différents : la Woodworking and Design Series, qui enseigne l’ébénisterie et la rénovation de salles de studio; la Illustration Series, qui donne de la formation sur l’illustration à l’encre acrylique et sur les aspects commerciaux inhérents à la profession d’artiste, et la Photo Series, qui montre aux participants l’art du développement de la photo. En 2005-2006, Michèle Karch-Ackerman, de Buckhorn, en Ontario, a reçu une subvention de 20 000 $ du Service des arts visuels pour une exposition portant sur la vie secrète des filles-mères canadiennes durant les années 1900 à 1960. S’inspirant de l’histoire de sa grand-mère lorsqu’elle était résidente de la Miséricorde, une institution montréalaise dirigée par des religieuses catholiques qui prenaient en charge les filles-mères et leurs enfants, Karch-Ackerman espère par ce projet offrir une pénitence conceptuelle. Une surabondance d’artefacts, depuis les rideaux originaux des salons de la Miséricorde aux livres de prières, sera reconstituée pour permettre aux visiteurs de revivre des bribes de la vie secrète des filles-mères. En 2005-2006, la compagnie de danse sud-asiatique Chitralekha Odissi Dance Creations, de Burlington, en Ontario, a bénéficié de subventions d’une valeur totale de 55 000 $ du Service de la danse et du Bureau
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Sauf dans les cas d’avis contraire, les citations sont tirées des divers documents rattachés à une demande de subvention.

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de l’équité. Les fonds serviront à améliorer le processus créatif pour la production de Karna, de Chitralekha, une danse théâtrale en trois actes dont une partie est inspirée de la quadrilogie Mahabharata. Karna est une biographie de l’héroïque guerrier éponyme qui déçoit son gourou brahmane, Parashurama, en se déguisant en garçon brahmane pour obtenir de la formation à l’écriture ancienne. La production de Karna a contribué à rehausser le statut professionnel de Chitralekha dans le milieu de la danse. En 2005-2006, le Workman Theatre Project of Ontario appuiera Rendezvous with Madness, « un événement annuel tenu à Toronto qui donne tout son sens au terme “fana du grand écran” » au moyen d’une subvention de 10 000 $ du Service des arts médiatiques. Depuis 13 ans, le Rendezvous présente des films et des expositions d’œuvres d’artistes canadiens et étrangers qui portent sur les problèmes de santé mentale et d’addiction dans la vie personnelle ou professionnelle. Le Rendezvous souhaite ainsi sensibiliser le public au stigma social associé à la maladie mentale et, par le fait même, à l’éliminer en révélant les faits et les mythes entourant les désordres psychologiques, depuis la trichtillomanie (le fait de se tirer les cheveux un à un) à la schizophrénie. En 2005-2006, le Conseil a donné son appui à Barry Ace, un artiste établi d’Ottawa, en lui accordant des subventions totalisant 21 000 $ du Service des arts visuels et du Secrétariat des arts autochtones. M. Ace perfectionnera Super Phat Nish, un archétype de filou considéré comme une icône de la culture populaire qui figure sur divers articles de consommation, depuis les planches à roulettes aux sacs-repas. De plus, M. Ace collaborera à un cyberespace interactif dans le cadre de blogues, d’affichages et autres activités sur le Web, afin d’encourager les jeunes à contribuer à la création d’avatars semblables. Super Phat Nish fera l’objet d’une exposition à New York. En collaboration avec Michael Cywink et la Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, M. Ace rendra hommage à la mémoire de Carl Beam, un artiste autochtone de renom, en réunissant une collection de ses œuvres et de ses souvenirs qu’il présentera au public dans le cadre d’une exposition intitulée Carl Beam – Island in the Stream. En 2005-2006, le Conseil a accordé son appui au magazine Spirit au moyen de subventions totalisant 24 000 $ du Service des lettres et de l’édition et du Secrétariat des arts autochtones. Le magazine Spirit, dont le siège est situé dans la réserve de Wasauksing First Nation, près de Parry Sound, en Ontario, est un magazine sur les arts et la culture autochtones qui « allie de superbes photos, une conception graphique avant-gardiste, du journalisme d’enquête et une rédaction de première classe ». L’identité autochtone, la politique, les artistes, les cultures et les modes de vie figurent parmi les thèmes abordés par le magazine Spirit. En 2005-2006, Opéra Atelier, un organisme torontois, a obtenu deux subventions du Service de la musique se chiffrant à 173 500 $. Opéra Atelier se consacre aux styles de performance, aux aspects techniques et aux idéaux esthétiques propres aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, communément appelés la période baroque. Opéra Atelier a présenté des performances en anglais et en français, dont bon nombre sont fondées sur la mythologie grecque, par exemple Persée, et des classiques de l’opéra de la période baroque dont Les Noces de Figaro et Don Giovanni. Dans le cadre de ses programmes éducatifs, Opéra Atelier offre de la formation au ballet, à la danse moderne et à la danse classique, ainsi qu’une introduction à l’atelier sur l’opéra baroque dans les écoles de la région métropolitaine de Toronto. En 2005-2006, Spark Productions, un collectif torontois, a obtenu une subvention de 19 000 $ du Bureau Inter-Arts. Les fonds du Conseil lui ont permis de rassembler la lumière, le son, la danse, l’art visuel, la vidéo, l’installation et la performance dans la production de STATIC, un projet qui explore la peur. Dans le volet performance, les membres de l’auditoire voient l’impact qu’une tentative de suicide commise par un personnage peureux peut avoir sur lui-même et sur les membres de sa famille. L’aspect installation du projet
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porte sur les peurs courantes telles que la mort, l’intimité, la perte, le rejet et l’inconnu. Les spectateurs sont invités à participer en confessant leurs phobies de façon anonyme à Fear Hotline; des extraits de ces confessions sont repris lors des représentations de STATIC au Harbourfront Centre, à Toronto. En 2005-2006, Gregory Hoskins, auteur-compositeur, chanteur et guitariste torontois, a reçu trois subventions du Service de la musique se chiffrant à 25 500 $. M. Hoskins enregistre actuellement neuf nouvelles chansons pour un album dont le titre provisoire est My Reluctant Muse. Le thème de chaque chanson représente un paradoxe, par exemple la science par rapport à la spiritualité, la noirceur par rapport à la lumière, la croissance par rapport à la destruction et l’amour par rapport à la haine. Une partie des fonds a permis à M. Hoskins d’assister à de nombreux événements dans l’Ouest canadien et d’y promouvoir sa musique. M. Hoskins s’est rendu dans de nombreuses petites villes de la Colombie-Britannique, dont Terrace, Kitimat, Duncan et North Vancouver. Dans certaines de ces villes, il a participé à des ateliers de musique dans diverses écoles, dans le cadre d’un programme de promotion de la diffusion auprès de jeunes. En 2005-2006, Laura Donefer, de Harrowsmith, en Ontario, a reçu une subvention de 34 000 $ du Service des arts visuels pour produire un projet à grande échelle intitulé Shields to Ward Off Madness. S’inspirant de ses expériences personnelles ainsi que d’événements traumatisants à l’échelle mondiale, Mme Donefer construira trois grands écrans muraux, dix écrans portatifs et trois écrans de la taille du torse humain en se servant de verre, de fil, d’étamine, de fil ciré, de teinture, de silicone et d’acier forgé, écrans qui seront exposés sur plusieurs murs. Shields fera partie d’une exposition à la Clay and Glass Gallery, à Waterloo, en Ontario, en 2007. Fondatrice du magazine bien connu The Glass Gazette, Mme Donefer est une artiste verrière établie qui possède de l’expérience dans le domaine verrier à l’échelle nationale et internationale. En 2005-2006, Gail Maurice, artiste médiatique torontois, a obtenu une subvention de 60 000 $ du Service des arts médiatiques pour produire un documentaire de longueur moyenne intitulé Scream Your Dreams. Scream Your Dreams est un film de style cinéma vérité qui explore à fond les similitudes et les différences dans les rêves et les aspirations des diplômés autochtones de l’école secondaire de trois localités géographiques différentes : Cambridge Bay (Nunavut), Beauval (Saskatchewan) et Toronto (Ontario). Le rôle de l’environnement, des médias, de la famille, de la communauté et de la langue sera scruté attentivement. Les jeunes qui auront participé aux ateliers sur la cinématographie et le son présentés par M. Maurice seront invités à contribuer au processus de production du film. En 2005-2006, la Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario, le premier et unique centre exploité par des artistes francophones en Ontario, plus précisément à Sudbury, a bénéficié d’une subvention de 20 000 $ du Service des arts visuels. La Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario s’adresse principalement à la communauté francophone des arts visuels contemporains. Le thème de la saison 2005-2006, mises en espace, est axé sur les « explorations dans l’espace [qui] ouvrent de nombreuses perspectives différentes : micro et macro, rationnel et instinctif, animal et humain, corps et âme ». En 2005-2006, le Conseil a accordé son appui à Drawn & Quarterly (D+Q), une jeune maison d’édition montréalaise dynamique appréciée et reconnue par ses pairs, les journaux populaires (The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, Time) et des magazines de divertissement (Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly). Les subventions du Conseil totalisant 64 600 $ ont permis d’organiser des tournées de promotion d’auteurs et la publication de bandes dessinées littéraires et de nouvelles illustrées admissibles. L’une des bandes dessinées publiées par D+Q en 2006 est Maybe Later par Dupuy et Berberien, qui traite du partenariat unique entre les auteurs et « le processus créatif, les extra-terrestres, les pions et les super héros dégonflés aux prises avec la procrastination et le doute de soi ainsi que de la défense du simple plaisir de raconter des histoires en images ».
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Table 1 - Funding to the Arts by Discipline, Ontario, 2005-2006 Tableau 1 - Aide aux arts par discipline, Ontario, 2005-2006
Artists / Artistes Arts Organizations / Organismes artistiques Total

Aboriginal Arts Secretariat / Secrétariat des arts autochtones Art Bank / Banque d'œuvres d'art Audience & Market Development / Promotion de la diffusion Dance / Danse Director of the Arts Division / Directeur de la Division des arts Director's Office / Bureau du Directeur Endowments & Prizes / Prix et dotations Equity / Équité Inter-Arts Office / Bureau Inter-Arts Media Arts / Arts médiatiques Music / Musique Theatre / Théâtre Visual Arts / Arts visuels Writing and Publishing / Lettres et édition Total - Ontario Total - Canada Grants to Ontario as a % of Total Canada Council Funding, 2005-2006: Pourcentage des subventions attribuées à l'Ontario par rapport au financement total du Conseil des arts du Canada, 2005-2006:

$43,900 $250 $7,050 $229,850 $47,000 $75,000 $194,500 $500 $51,000 $1,191,250 $916,900 $196,749 $1,432,350 $1,042,381 $5,428,680 $18,267,244

$219,000 $0 $291,235 $5,627,941 $337,628 $0 $134,741 $1,081,700 $165,300 $1,861,800 $8,611,686 $6,833,235 $4,001,500 $5,694,194 $34,859,960 $102,252,198

$262,900 $250 $298,285 $5,857,791 $384,628 $75,000 $329,241 $1,082,200 $216,300 $3,053,050 $9,528,586 $7,029,984 $5,433,850 $6,736,575 $40,288,640 $120,519,442

29.72%

34.09%

33.43%

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Table 2 - List of Grants by Community, Ontario, 2005-2006 Tableau 2 - Liste des subventions par collectivité, Ontario, 2005-2006
AGINCOURT AHMIC HARBOUR AJAX ANCASTER APSLEY ASHTON ATHENS AURORA BALTIMORE BARRIE BEARSKIN LAKE BLYTH BOWMANVILLE BRAMPTON BRANTFORD BROCKVILLE BUCKHORN BURLINGTON BURNT RIVER CALEDON EAST CALLANDER CAMBRIDGE CHATHAM COCHRANE COLBORNE CONCORD COURTICE DESERONTO DON MILLS DOWNSVIEW $14,000 $1,000 $26,000 $20,000 $15,000 $3,000 $30,000 $3,000 $8,000 $103,500 $49,000 $141,000 $7,485 $43,900 $136,500 $7,500 $20,000 $129,650 $12,000 $15,000 $4,050 $81,000 $27,525 $5,500 $12,000 $7,500 $1,500 $4,000 $65,000 $2,800

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DUNDAS DURHAM EAST YORK EDEN MILLS ELLIOT LAKE ELMIRA ELORA EMBRUN ERIN ETOBICOKE FERGUS FONTHILL GANANOQUE GLOUCESTER GRAND VALLEY GRIMSBY GUELPH HAGERSVILLE HAMILTON HARROWSMITH HASTINGS HOLLAND LANDING JACKSONS POINT KAKABEKA FALLS KANATA KEENE KEMPTVILLE KING CITY KINGSTON KITCHENER LAC SEUL LANARK LINDSAY

$26,000 $29,800 $10,000 $9,550 $4,000 $12,900 $88,000 $695 $112,900 $84,000 $154,700 $820 $48,000 $4,500 $1,500 $18,000 $286,700 $84,900 $891,870 $34,000 $10,000 $1,940 $25,000 $700 $13,200 $750 $2,000 $1,650 $331,141 $590,385 $2,000 $15,000 $920

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LITTLE CURRENT LONDON MALLORYTOWN MANITOWANING MARKHAM MCDONALD'S CORNERS MILLBROOK MILTON MINDEN MISSISSAUGA MOOSE FACTORY NEPEAN NEW HAMBURG NIAGARA FALLS NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE NORTH BAY NORTH GOWER NORTH YORK OAKVILLE OHSWEKEN ORILLIA ORLEANS OSHAWA OTTAWA OWEN SOUND PARRY SOUND PEMBROKE PERTH PERTH ROAD PETERBOROUGH PICKERING PICTON PORT DOVER

$13,500 $716,540 $15,000 $1,185 $146,000 $9,000 $43,000 $870 $25,000 $286,252 $20,000 $41,000 $22,500 $5,000 $545,000 $42,700 $250 $101,525 $234,630 $22,000 $8,500 $20,800 $67,000 $2,777,270 $49,500 $27,630 $900 $20,000 $2,500 $272,724 $15,000 $1,500 $44,000

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PORT FRANKS PORT HOPE RICHMOND HILL RIDGEWAY ROCKWOOD SARNIA SAULT STE. MARIE SCARBOROUGH SEELEYS BAY SMITHS FALLS ST MARYS ST THOMAS ST. CATHARINES STITTSVILLE STRATFORD STRATHROY SUDBURY THORNHILL THUNDER BAY TORONTO UXBRIDGE VANIER VIRGIL WATERLOO WHITEFISH FALLS WIARTON WIKWEMIKONG WILLIAMSTOWN WILLOWDALE WILSONVILLE WINDSOR WOODBRIDGE WOODSTOCK

$16,000 $12,000 $35,905 $20,000 $14,000 $1,765 $19,600 $93,050 $1,350 $1,800 $2,000 $1,000 $262,300 $10,000 $779,500 $14,300 $285,350 $19,330 $442,200 $27,699,249 $1,000 $100,800 $5,000 $203,700 $5,000 $57,710 $168,250 $750 $750 $20,000 $478,324 $3,450 $2,000

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YARKER YORK Total - Ontario Total - Canada Grants to Ontario as a % of Total Canada Council Funding, 2005-2006: Pourcentage des subventions attribuées à l'Ontario par rapport au financement total du Conseil des arts du Canada, 2005-2006:

$6,000 $13,000 $40,288,640 $120,519,442

33.43%

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Table 3 - Detailed List of Grants to Ontario, 2005-200612 Tableau 3 - Liste détaillée des subventions en Ontario, 2005-2006
Grants to Individual Artists / Subventions aux artistes individuels
Name / Nom Aboriginal Arts Secretariat / Secrétariat des arts autochtones Ace, Barry Douglas Beaver, Moses Amik Belcourt, Christi Marlene Etidloie, Alicee Farrell, Ruby Friday-Oleary, Christine Grussani, Linda Jamieson, Julia Lenore LaVallee, Michelle Montgomery, Georgina Robinson, Eddy Ruffo, Armand Garnet Smith, Santee Sue Taylor, Drew Hayden Thomas, Samuel Lorne Thomas-Hill, Lorna Art Bank / Banque d'œuvres d'art Cormier, Leta Audience & Market Development / Promotion de la diffusion Bolshoy, Daniel Cooper, Shawna F. Niro, Shelley Patrice Michele Sutherland, Fraser Tankus, Edith Yashinsky, Daniel Dance / Danse Andersen, Tawny Andersen, Tawny Belmonte, Fabian Carlos Belmonte, Roxana Haydee Burpee, Susan Joan Chartier, Marie-Josée TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA GUELPH BRANTFORD TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO NORTH GOWER OTTAWA THUNDER BAY WHITEFISH FALLS TORONTO THUNDER BAY KANATA OTTAWA BRANTFORD TORONTO BROCKVILLE TORONTO OTTAWA HAGERSVILLE TORONTO NIAGARA FALLS NIAGARA FALLS Community / Collectivité Amount / Montant $43,900 $5,000 $2,500 $5,000 $3,000 $1,100 $1,700 $1,100 $2,500 $1,100 $7,500 $2,500 $2,500 $900 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $250 $250 $7,050 $500 $500 $3,000 $1,300 $750 $1,000 $229,850 $350 $12,000 $500 $500 $4,000 $20,800

12 Artists and arts organizations may appear more than once in this list. For example, an artist may receive a creation grant and a travel grant in one year, while an organization may receive an operating grant, a touring grant and/or other project grants. / Les artistes et organismes artistiques peuvent figurer plus d’une fois sur cette liste. Par exemple, au cours d’une même année, un artiste peut recevoir une subvention de création et une subvention de voyage, alors qu’un organisme peut recevoir une subvention de fonctionnement, une subvention d’aide à la tournée ou une subvention de projet.

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Chartier, Marie-Josée Chin, Peter Geoffrey Montgomery Fagan, Vickie Fujiwara, Denise Hanayo Gaston, Anne-Marie Anjali Headley, Charmaine Hood, Susanna Marie Jamieson, Julia Lenore Jorgen, Bengt Kendal, Susan Dorothy Krishnan, Hari Lau, Chi Ping Lau, William Lau, William Lindenberg, Barbara Lindsay, BaKari Eddison Lindsay, BaKari Eddison McGuire, Belinda Dorothy Nann, Andrea Lynne Ng, Yvonne Peck Wan Patil, Anjali A. Peacock, Allison Catherine Porter, Sara Lynn Scarlett, Vivine Thelma Scarlett, Vivine Thelma Shea, Maureen M. Small, Holly Fawcett Smith, Santee Sue Subramaniam, Jaya Sykes, Bradley John Timlock-Tenaglia, Kimberley Robin Towell, Elaine Margaret Trent, Michael David Weaver, Shara J. West, Julie Maria Director of the Arts Division / Directeur de la Division des arts Kom, Mathias Joshua Lawrence, Loree Yvonne Nolan, Faith O'Shea, Meagan Director's Office / Bureau du Directeur Yung, Lily Endowments & Prizes / Prix et dotations Arthur, Gail Kathleen Bayrakdarian, Isabel Bock, Michel Boyden, Joseph Anthony Chalifour, Francis

TORONTO TORONTO BARRIE TORONTO OTTAWA ETOBICOKE TORONTO BRANTFORD TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO SCARBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ETOBICOKE ETOBICOKE MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO GLOUCESTER PICKERING TORONTO CONCORD CONCORD OTTAWA TORONTO HAGERSVILLE OTTAWA ORLEANS HAMILTON OTTAWA TORONTO OTTAWA LANARK

$500 $750 $10,000 $1,500 $2,500 $500 $25,000 $15,000 $1,000 $400 $2,500 $1,500 $1,500 $9,000 $3,000 $15,000 $1,000 $1,000 $750 $2,500 $2,500 $5,000 $18,000 $7,000 $500 $3,000 $500 $25,000 $2,500 $1,500 $1,300 $2,000 $10,000 $3,000 $15,000 $47,000

PETERBOROUGH TORONTO BURNT RIVER TORONTO

$15,000 $10,000 $12,000 $10,000 $75,000

TORONTO

$75,000 $194,500

SCARBOROUGH SCARBOROUGH OTTAWA AHMIC HARBOUR TORONTO

$1,000 $25,000 $15,000 $1,000 $1,000

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Chan, Marjorie Yee-Kwok Dempster, Barry Edward Druick, Donald Lewis Echlin, Kimberly Ann Edwards, Wallace Frenkel, Vera Gale, Margaret Jean Gilmour, David Gonsalves, Rob Grady, Wayne Albert Kang, Judy J. Kupesic, Rajka Lochhead, Kenneth Campbell MacIvor, Daniel Alexander Maggs, Arnaud Cyril Benvenuti Mighton, John Steven Mitchell, Michael John Peteran, Gordon Raymond Saidullah, Ahmad Sanger, Richard Clyde Selvadurai, Shyam Richard Senior, Olive Marjorie Shorter, Edward Smith, Linda Catlin Warner, Jessica Equity / Équité Fermin, Solange Francine Inter-Arts Office / Bureau Inter-Arts Berton, Peggy Anne Couillard, Paul René Dembski, Chad John Dobkin, Jessica Glouberman, Misha Melech Henderson, Ame Catherine Householder, Johanna Mary Lazarus, Adam Jarrod Mars, Tanya Ann McKinley, Judith Anne Patterson, Pamela Ethel Pijuan, Lisa Susan Roche, David Kent Smith-McGregor, Kilby A. Turner, Camille Joy Turner, Camille Joy Zimmer, Jacob Peter Lloyd Media Arts / Arts médiatiques Abdolall, Abdo Abraham, Christopher John

TORONTO HOLLAND LANDING ELMIRA TORONTO YARKER TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MALLORYTOWN ATHENS NEPEAN TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $6,000 $1,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $1,000 $15,000 $1,000 $15,000 $1,000 $15,000 $15,000 $1,000 $1,000 $4,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $7,500 $1,000 $500

YORK

$500 $51,000

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$1,000 $1,500 $500 $9,000 $500 $500 $1,500 $10,000 $1,500 $500 $750 $500 $750 $500 $20,000 $1,500 $500 $1,191,250

OTTAWA TORONTO

$16,000 $1,500

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Ajzenstat, Sandor Akhlaq, Nurjahan Akimoto, Shinobu Al Riffai, Mohammed Alstad, Michael B. Atkins, Gregory Owen Awad, Juana Alejandra Barker, Phillip John Beardy, Billy Joseph Birnbaum, David Blanchard, Philippe Alexandre Blundell, Andrea Marie Bogart, Benjamin David Robert Brown, Jubal Christian Bruce, Bryan Ronald Bussière, Michael Robert Carson, Alexander Thomas Bryce Ceperkovic, Slavica Chesnutt, Elenore Crawford, Douglas A. Czegledy, Nina Elinor Davis, Hubert Didur, Alana Dodge, Malcolm Carey Doyle, Maura Egleston, Charles Mathew Farr, Bridget Sarah Feldman, Ryan Matthew Gainsford, Daniel Gellman, Dara Melissa Gelmini, Elio George, Leigh Marshall Gordon, Gisèle Claire Graham, Janna R Hashemi, Gita Jaye, Naomi Ruth Jones, Simone Elizabeth Justin, Susan Alison Kantor, Istvan Katz, Reena Kaye, Lewis P. Kazimi, Ali Asghar Kelly, Stephen P. Kovats, Stephen Lazaro Pacheco, Bruno Lazarovic, Sarah Anne Manatch, Monique Josephine Mann, Jeff MacKenzie Maurice, Gail Beverly Mcdonald, Jillian Monique McKim, Byron Bradley McKim, Byron Bradley Millman, Sarah Margaret Mohabeer, Michelle Angela

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BEARSKIN LAKE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA ETOBICOKE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ST. CATHARINES TORONTO LONDON ORLEANS TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO PORT FRANKS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HAMILTON OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO DESERONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA BURLINGTON BURLINGTON TORONTO TORONTO

$1,500 $1,000 $2,000 $2,000 $1,500 $1,500 $1,000 $60,000 $49,000 $11,000 $16,000 $16,000 $16,000 $2,000 $1,000 $1,500 $16,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500 $2,500 $22,000 $2,000 $1,000 $2,000 $7,000 $1,000 $1,500 $45,000 $1,500 $41,000 $16,000 $1,500 $1,000 $1,500 $16,000 $1,000 $5,000 $1,500 $1,000 $11,000 $2,500 $1,500 $2,500 $58,000 $16,000 $4,000 $19,000 $60,000 $30,000 $1,000 $55,000 $8,000 $53,000

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Nicolaou, Cassandra Virginia Olson, Shannon Lee Oswald, John Anthony Pachkhede, Narendra Pagé, Lucie Andrée Paloschi, Elisa Pérez Torres, Arturo Peters, Leslie Jean Price, John William Price, John William Rajan, Doris Indira Devi Ramsay, Benjamin Matthew Read, Tanya Joy Redzic Toth, Nevenka Richards, Catherine Helen Richardson, Tasman Walthere Rickard, Paul M. Riley, Jill Alexandra Roos, Kristen Karl Rotsztain, Jeremy Daniel Ruxton, James Sanguedolce, Steve Saragosa, Juliana Schogt, Elida Smalley, Deanna Jean Snow, Michael Sokoloski, Thomas Anthony Sokolowski, Daniel Ignace Matthew Sooriyakumar, Premkumar Tenhaaf, Nell Catharine Toke, Michael Steven Torossian, Garine Tremblay, Pierre Louis Vasic, Boja Wazana, Kathy Williams, Peter James Wong, Carolyn Wong, Chui Ying Sala Zuckerman, Francine Eleanor Music / Musique Ahluwalia, Kiran Rennie Ahluwalia, Kiran Rennie Allemano, Angelina K. Allemano, Angelina K. Allen, Gordon Michael Aronoff, Neil Richard Avery, Susan Batsheva Badian, Maya Bisaillion, Bethany May Jean Braid, David A Brenders, Kyle Richard Brow, Kevin Robert

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO KINGSTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO MOOSE FACTORY TORONTO VANIER WILLOWDALE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KEMPTVILLE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO SCARBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO

$1,000 $16,000 $20,000 $2,500 $55,000 $12,000 $50,000 $1,500 $1,500 $29,000 $6,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,000 $1,500 $1,500 $20,000 $1,000 $750 $750 $1,000 $2,500 $750 $32,000 $60,000 $25,000 $1,500 $2,000 $15,000 $60,000 $1,500 $2,500 $12,000 $2,000 $16,000 $2,000 $12,000 $2,000 $1,000 $916,900

MARKHAM MARKHAM TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO KANATA OTTAWA TORONTO ST THOMAS CALEDON EAST

$3,200 $4,000 $1,400 $4,000 $750 $1,000 $13,000 $1,500 $1,000 $2,000 $1,000 $15,000

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Brown, Rodney Melvin Buchbinder, David Yonah Burford, Jennifer Margaret Cameron, Allison Scheron Caslor, Jason Karl Caswell, Nathan Jesse Chavez, Rodrigo Choi, Winston Chris, Ariana Cullen, Lori Cullen, Lori Current, Brian Current, Brian Dahlen, Sienna Rae-Anne Dayle, Aubrey Livingstone Mor Derbez, Rhonwen Eloise Adams Doctor, Morgan Downing, Andrew N. Egoyan, Eve Eisenman, Mark Alan Ellis, Karyn Andrea Ellis, Karyn Andrea Ermolenko, Antonina Esch, Michael William Evans, Kellylee Alverna Gonsalves, Eugene Drew Guan, Ya Dong Haley, Geordie Vincent Halladay, Arthur Wallace Hansen, Michael John Hanzlik, Slavek Harley, Anne Dorothy May Harness, Kypton Boyd Hatzis, Christos Haynes, Justin Grant Alan Haynes, Justin Grant Alan Henderson, Ame Catherine Higgins, Bret Clayton Ho, Alice Ping Yee Hogan, Bridget Marie Hoskins, Gregory Joseph Clifford Hoskins, Gregory Joseph Clifford Howe, Stuart Andrew Huang, Aiyun Humphrey, Paul Jarzabek, Jorge Miguel Kang, Judy J. Katz, Reena Kay, Jonathan D. Kazi, Rosina Keller, Bradley Robert Kucharzyk, Henry Alexander Kuerti, Julian Andreas Lagan, Mandy

THUNDER BAY TORONTO SCARBOROUGH TORONTO THUNDER BAY KAKABEKA FALLS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OSHAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO THORNHILL ASHTON SCARBOROUGH GLOUCESTER TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO UXBRIDGE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO COURTICE TORONTO TORONTO OAKVILLE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO NEPEAN TORONTO ETOBICOKE TORONTO BALTIMORE MISSISSAUGA TORONTO RICHMOND HILL

$1,500 $1,500 $750 $1,000 $1,000 $700 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $3,000 $12,000 $4,000 $7,500 $750 $5,000 $10,000 $7,000 $6,000 $7,000 $13,000 $7,000 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $1,600 $17,000 $750 $8,000 $5,500 $8,000 $1,000 $500 $10,000 $3,000 $4,000 $6,000 $1,500 $11,500 $14,000 $9,000 $600 $14,000 $2,000 $20,000 $8,000 $500 $7,000 $8,000 $15,000 $20,000 $11,000

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LaMarre, Janice Bethany Leask, David Robert Lemay, Robert Leung, Tony KT Levkovich, Dmitri Levkovich, Dmitri M'rabet, Mel M'rabet, Mel MacDonald, Laurel Mah, Andrew Derrick Marleyn, Paul Marshall, Erynn Lee Mayo, Christopher John Stanford McGillivray, Peter Angus Duff McLennan, James Ross McLennan, James Ross Milman, Sophie Miranda, Christopher J. Mosca, Mark M. Nachoff, Quinsin Noel Georgi Nachoff, Quinsin Noel Georgi Nardi, Daniela Helina Nedecky, Jason Paul Occhipinti, David J. Ochoa, Luis Mario Ochoa, Luis Mario Orru, Achilla Rufino Parry, Evalyn Shanti Patterson, Lisa Ann Paunov, Ivo Boyanov Pepa, Michael Petric, Joseph Petrilli, Wagner Borges Poole, Elspeth Lesley Tainsh Rameau, Dantes Yasmin Ramessar, Kevin Lester Rathbun, Andrew James Rathbun, Andrew James Reynolds, James Edmond Richardson, Abigail Jennifer Rolfe, James Rolfe, James Romberg, Barry Ian Rose, David William Roth, Arthur M. Sacks, Richard Saratovski, Serguei Schnurr, Joseph Anthony Shaganash, Kevin George Simâo, Louis Philip Southworth, John Southworth, John Stelnick, Marty Gerald Stevens, Matthew Thomas Wyatt

BARRIE MISSISSAUGA SUDBURY RICHMOND HILL TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA AGINCOURT TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO RICHMOND HILL SCARBOROUGH YORK ANCASTER OTTAWA KITCHENER TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO DUNDAS TORONTO TORONTO NORTH YORK KITCHENER TORONTO TORONTO RICHMOND HILL CAMBRIDGE SUDBURY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$20,000 $5,000 $1,500 $750 $2,000 $10,000 $11,000 $4,900 $750 $6,000 $3,000 $1,500 $1,500 $20,000 $750 $10,000 $3,500 $18,000 $14,000 $3,500 $15,000 $1,500 $1,500 $10,000 $12,000 $5,000 $15,000 $11,000 $6,500 $8,000 $1,500 $1,500 $5,000 $20,000 $750 $6,000 $1,500 $10,000 $18,000 $1,000 $20,000 $500 $14,000 $20,000 $1,500 $10,000 $1,000 $16,000 $350 $1,200 $6,700 $9,000 $7,000 $17,000

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Stewart, Maghan Rosemarie Stylianou, Melissa Antigoni Stylianou, Melissa Antigoni Such, Jennie Swinghammer, Kurt Tollar, Yvette Elizabeth Underhill, Richard A.P. Underhill, Richard A.P. Van Huffel, Gustaaf Peter Albert Patrick Vaze, Bageshree Vandana Vijaykumar, Subhadra Vinnick, Suzie Viswanathan, Sundar Vyas, Vineet Waterman, Ellen Webster, Michael Jonathan David Wiliford, Lawrence Joseph Williamson, Gordon Marshall Wright, Joey David Young, Douglas Geoffrey Theatre / Théâtre Aasland, Derek George Olaf Abraham, Christopher John Barber Matiel, Anne Bowman, Martin James Chan, Marjorie Yee-Kwok Charlton, Marguerite Codrington, Lisa Denise Craig, David S. Cunningham, Ryan Lawrence Daniels, Kelly Dawn Dodson, Ronald Wayne Donaldson, Andrea Carolyn Droege, Stephan Georg Druick, Donald Lewis Dubé, Céleste Eswar, Sharada K. Falck, Joanna Fox, Julie Alison Gale, David Gillard - Bentley, Patricia Helen Greyeyes, Michael Joseph Charles Hamilton, Dale Colleen Harley, Brad Harvey, Tanner Michael Iogna, Luciano Lawrence, Loree Yvonne Levine, Robert MacFadzean, Matthew Warren McDonnell, Kathleen Elizabeth Monro, Jonathan Morrison, Susan Marie

OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO WOODSTOCK TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO GUELPH NEPEAN YORK TORONTO MCDONALD'S CORNERS TORONTO

$1,500 $4,200 $18,000 $2,000 $11,500 $11,000 $2,500 $13,800 $10,000 $12,000 $5,000 $5,000 $2,500 $4,000 $750 $6,000 $7,500 $11,000 $9,000 $5,000 $196,749

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO WILLIAMSTOWN TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE STRATFORD TORONTO TORONTO ELMIRA SUDBURY BRAMPTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KITCHENER AURORA EDEN MILLS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$7,000 $16,000 $750 $750 $2,000 $1,000 $11,000 $1,500 $3,750 $500 $1,500 $3,000 $2,500 $11,900 $2,900 $9,000 $500 $10,000 $750 $500 $3,000 $350 $750 $2,250 $2,000 $350 $1,500 $11,900 $5,000 $8,000 $1,500

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Moses, Daniel David Nattrass, Nicolle Marie Ng, John Kin-Kei Poch-Goldin, Alexander Nelson Posner, Rami Efram Hersh Price, Lindsay Lisa Quirt, Brian James Randoja, Karin Ann Reid, Richard Douglas Roberts, Diane Allison Roberts, Emma Cale Roy, Edward Joseph John Serra, Christina C. Sherman, Jason Scott Skelton, David Douglas Tarver, Jennifer Louise Thompson, Judith Clare Francesca Wells, Helena Jane Wiseman, Gabriel Woods, Anne-Marie Denise Yanchak, Laryssa Yoon, Jean Hi Visual Arts / Arts visuels Ace, Barry Douglas Ace, Barry Douglas Adams, Kim Hastings Andrews, Stephen Jon Angeconeb, Allen Ahmoo Ascencao, Teresa Aziz, Sylvat Beaudette, Catherine G. Belmore, Michael Sebastian Berlanga, Miguel Angel Blackwell, Adrian Walter Herbert Bohr, Marcus Patrick Brown, Linda Louise Burley, Robert Arnold Burns, Bill Emmett Butler, Sheila Marie Caines, Michael Andrew Carl, James Stuart Chen, Millie Ming Yen Chhangur, Emelie Lucille Elizabeth Christensen, Kristopher Thomas Chuang, Ying-Yueh Chuang, Ying-Yueh Clark Espinal, Panya Julia Copping, Bradley Gordon Dakovic, Edith Dakovic, Edith Devine, Bonnie Gail Doherty, Melissa Michelle

KINGSTON TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PETERBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$500 $500 $2,000 $500 $10,500 $750 $500 $2,500 $500 $1,000 $500 $8,349 $500 $750 $17,000 $10,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,500 $500 $3,000 $10,000 $1,432,350

OTTAWA OTTAWA GRAND VALLEY TORONTO LAC SEUL TORONTO PERTH ROAD TORONTO MINDEN OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO THUNDER BAY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO RIDGEWAY TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO APSLEY ETOBICOKE ETOBICOKE TORONTO KITCHENER

$1,000 $15,000 $1,500 $15,500 $2,000 $9,000 $2,500 $1,500 $25,000 $25,000 $2,500 $1,500 $1,000 $18,000 $34,000 $19,000 $1,000 $21,000 $20,000 $9,000 $9,000 $750 $9,000 $20,000 $15,000 $1,500 $21,000 $25,000 $9,000

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Dolejs, Jakub Donefer, Laura Eisenberg, Ethan Daniel Farrow, Tye Stuart Fernandes, Brendan Fernandes, Brendan Fleming, Peter Robb Frater, Elizabeth Sally-Ann Garnett, Leah Ann Gerth, Chad Gervais, Chantal Ghanaghounian, Rafi Gibb, Julie Faith Giroux, Christian Edmund Glass, Simon Glavin, Eric Michael Hadzihasanovic, Sadko Hadzihasanovic, Sadko Hafkenscheid, Antonius Alphonsus Heinemann, Steven Atilla Heller, Lynne Carol Henderson, Karen Alison Ho, Sin-Ying Horowitz, Risa Simone Houle, Robert James Hunter, Andrew Thomas Hupfield, Maria Elaine Iglesias, Raffael Antonio Johnson, Kirsten Elizabeth Jung, Sunmi Kapusta, Elizabeth Ann Karch-Ackerman, Michèle Madolin Kennedy, Dan Alfred Kerbel, Janice Lynn Khalsa, Har-Prakash Singh Kitchell, Tania Chantal Klapstock, Lisa Anne Knight, Katherine Mary Labossiere, Robert Lahde, Kristiina Jennifer Lake, Suzanne Marx Lake, Suzanne Marx Levytsky, Ina Iliana Liu, An Te Andrew Love, Tania Suzanne Lund, Corwyn Lawrence Mansuri, Samina Ghulam Nabi Maynard, Donald Bruce Maynard, Donald Bruce McEachen, Sherry Elizabeth McMaster, Gerald R. Michalski, Jaroslaw Mishibinijima, James A. Mitchell, Allyson Amy

TORONTO HARROWSMITH THORNHILL TORONTO LONDON LONDON TORONTO HAMILTON GUELPH KITCHENER OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO GUELPH TORONTO TORONTO ETOBICOKE ETOBICOKE TORONTO RICHMOND HILL TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA RICHMOND HILL TORONTO DUNDAS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ETOBICOKE TORONTO BUCKHORN TORONTO DON MILLS OWEN SOUND TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ELORA TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON KINGSTON TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO WIKWEMIKONG TORONTO

$21,000 $34,000 $9,000 $1,500 $15,500 $1,000 $28,000 $35,000 $5,000 $8,000 $1,000 $9,000 $5,000 $21,000 $20,000 $1,000 $1,500 $16,000 $25,000 $750 $14,000 $25,000 $1,500 $20,000 $21,000 $25,000 $1,000 $9,000 $5,000 $9,000 $20,000 $20,000 $1,000 $20,000 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 $25,000 $7,000 $9,000 $9,000 $1,500 $6,000 $20,000 $5,000 $9,000 $1,000 $1,000 $22,000 $7,000 $2,500 $18,000 $2,000 $16,000

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New, Deborah Margaret Newcomb, Mary Catherine Nind, Sarah Catharine Noguchi, Louise Mitsuko Pagurek, Cheryl Susan Parkinson, Elizabeth Jean Pas, Gerard Peter Margaretha P. Passakas, Anna Pien, Edward Y. C. Rahija, Nancy Ann Rechico, Sandra Jean Renwick, Arthur L. Robinson, Michael Robert Rye, Lyla Margaret Samplonius, David Alan Sibbald, Peter John Watts Simpson, Dionne Antonette Stein, Alan Steipe, Iris Streicher, Larry Max Streicher, Larry Max Syed, Shaan T. Hassan Szenes, Susan Nicole Taylor, Philip Richard Tenasco, John Albert Leonard Thib, Jeannie Elizabeth Thomson, Jim Edward Lancaster Tong, Jenny Wing Yee Tors, Vivian Susan Trusler, Wendy Carol Tsui, Howard Ho Yan Vamvakas Lay, Catherine Van Geest, Pearl Henrietta Vickerd, Brandon Waldburger, Natalie Majaba Walker, Eric Joseph Waxman, Tobaron Wells, Craig Jonathon Williamson, Margaux Shawn Wlasenko, Olexander Wood, Kelly Lorene Wood, Natalie B. Woodcock, Laurel Yip, Heidi Hoi Yee Writing and Publishing / Lettres et édition Alexis, André Arthur Paul Apostolides, Marianne Badoe, Adwoa Aniniwaa Bennett, Jonathan Campbell Bishop-Stall, Shaughnessy Black, Carolyn Sheila Bridge, Krista Noreen

WATERLOO KITCHENER TORONTO ETOBICOKE OTTAWA PORT HOPE LONDON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KEENE TORONTO ETOBICOKE JACKSONS POINT TORONTO PARRY SOUND TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ORLEANS TORONTO ATHENS OTTAWA TORONTO OTTAWA SCARBOROUGH OTTAWA PETERBOROUGH OTTAWA SCARBOROUGH GUELPH TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO HAMILTON TORONTO OSHAWA LONDON TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA

$2,500 $18,000 $7,000 $1,500 $20,000 $12,000 $25,000 $13,000 $23,500 $20,000 $24,000 $10,000 $750 $25,000 $13,000 $25,000 $20,000 $1,500 $20,000 $25,000 $1,500 $12,000 $12,000 $9,000 $2,000 $1,500 $750 $1,500 $9,000 $9,000 $7,000 $9,000 $750 $4,000 $9,000 $34,000 $8,000 $23,000 $1,000 $2,000 $1,500 $15,100 $1,000 $1,500 $1,042,381

TORONTO TORONTO GUELPH PETERBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$20,000 $10,000 $11,300 $20,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000

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Brown, Chester William David Carrara, Roseanne Silvia Cervantes, Leonard Ryan Chatto, James Connelly, Karen Marie Cooper, Afua Pamela Culiner, Jill Arlene Cumyn, Alan Reginald D'Alfonso, Antonio Dale, Stephen William Davies, Joseph William DeSoto, Lewis Difalco, Salvatore Dublin, Anne Dutton, Paul Cuthbert Echlin, Kimberly Ann Follett, Beth Dorothy Elizabeth Gallant, Gregory Lawrence Gallant, Lorrie Lorraine Getty, Adam Albert William Ghent, Natale Clara Gough, Laurie Jean Grainger, James Griggs, Terry Jean Hale, Michael John Harris, Erina Leah Harris, Erina Leah Harvor, Erica Elizabeth Arendt Hermant, Heather Susan MacLean Heti, Sheila Magdalen Heti, Sheila Magdalen Hutsul, Christopher Dylan Ipellie, Alootook Jones, Montana Linda Frances Kacer, Katherine Rachel Kaslik, Ibolya Emma Kaufman, Andrew James Kuitenbrouwer, Kathryn Ann Lee, John Busteed Lennon, Maureen Elizabeth Lesynski, Loris Maart, Rozena Eliza MacKinnon, Mark Andrew MacSkimming, Roy Mallet, Gina Marche, Stephen Matthew Mauro, Nancy McElroy, Gilbert Andrew McOrmond, Steven Craig Mejicano, Luis Eduardo Meshake, Rene Andre Morgan, Dwayne C. Munroe, Jim Niedzviecki, Hal

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO OTTAWA PETERBOROUGH TORONTO HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO GUELPH BRANTFORD HAMILTON TORONTO GUELPH TORONTO STRATFORD ELORA WATERLOO WATERLOO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA HASTINGS NORTH YORK TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BRANTFORD BURLINGTON TORONTO GUELPH STITTSVILLE PERTH TORONTO TORONTO THUNDER BAY COLBORNE TORONTO TORONTO GUELPH AJAX TORONTO TORONTO

$16,000 $10,000 $5,600 $1,500 $20,000 $15,000 $8,000 $20,000 $2,000 $18,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $15,000 $1,388 $20,000 $10,000 $20,000 $10,000 $10,000 $20,000 $1,500 $10,000 $20,000 $20,000 $10,000 $1,500 $20,000 $5,800 $18,000 $1,500 $10,000 $2,500 $10,000 $20,000 $1,000 $1,000 $20,000 $20,000 $10,000 $16,000 $2,500 $10,000 $20,000 $2,500 $10,000 $10,000 $12,000 $10,000 $20,000 $4,000 $13,000 $20,000 $1,500

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Nourbese Philip, Marlene Irma Nourbese Philip, Marlene Irma Patterson, James Andrew Piepzna-Samarasinha, Leah Lakshmi Pignat, Caroline Mary Pohl-Weary, Emily Pyper, Andrew Derek Ravel, Edeet Robertson, Raymond Charles Rodriguez, Ricardo Adan Rooke, Leon Thomas Ruth, Elizabeth Savoie, Paul Senior, Olive Marjorie Seymour, David Paul Simonds, Merilyn Alice Sinclair, Susan Emma Sinnett, Mark Clive Smythe, Karen Elizabeth Snyder, Carrie Soo, Kean Wei Stratton, Allan John Stratton, Allan John Szado, Ania Danielle Tester, Royston Mark Thammavongsa, Souvankham Thomas, Gloria Jean Thompson, Andrea Christine Urbanyi, Pablo Vallée, Danièle White, Tara Elizabeth Iorahkote Winter, Michael Hardy York, Alissa Ann Total Ontario Grants to Individual Artists, 2005-2006: Subventions totales octroyées aux artistes individuels de l'Ontario, 2005-2006:

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KANATA TORONTO TORONTO GUELPH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ATHENS TORONTO KINGSTON EAST YORK WATERLOO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON TORONTO OTTAWA VANIER BOWMANVILLE TORONTO TORONTO

$2,000 $20,000 $7,500 $9,100 $10,000 $20,000 $1,000 $20,000 $1,000 $13,300 $1,500 $750 $20,000 $20,000 $10,000 $20,000 $805 $20,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $2,000 $20,000 $10,000 $1,500 $10,000 $5,000 $13,000 $1,838 $9,000 $5,000 $20,000 $20,000

$5,428,680

Grants to Arts Organizations / Subventions aux organismes artistiques
Name / Nom Aboriginal Arts Secretariat / Secrétariat des arts autochtones Centre for Aboriginal Media Centre for Aboriginal Media Centre for Indigenous Theatre Centre for Indigenous Theatre Debajehmujig Theatre Group Debajehmujig Theatre Group Debajehmujig Theatre Group Earth in Motion Dance Co. TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO WIKWEMIKONG WIKWEMIKONG WIKWEMIKONG TORONTO Community / Collectivité Amount / Montant $219,000 $4,000 $15,000 $4,000 $14,500 $30,000 $4,000 $20,000 $4,000

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Indigenous Culture & Media Innovations Kaha:wi Dance Theatre Kaha:wi Dance Theatre Kegedonce Press Metis Artists' Collective Native Earth Performing Arts Native Earth Performing Arts Native Earth Performing Arts Native Women in the Arts Red Sky Performance Theatre Spirit Magazine Turtle Gals Turtle Gals Woodland Cultural Centre Audience & Market Development / Promotion de la diffusion April Verch Music Art Metropole Inc. Artcore Gallery Association des théâtres francophones du Canada Ballet Jörgen Canada Blackwood Gallery Borealis String Quartet Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Canadian Art Foundation Canadian Crafts Federation Canadian Film Institute Canadian Filmmakers' Distribution Centre Canadian Theatre Festival Society CanDance Network Centre for Aboriginal Media Christopher Cutts Gallery City Art Magazine Creaking Tree String Quartet dance Immersion Danceworks Dave McMurdo Jazz Orchestra Eliana Cuevas Group Folk Alliance Canada Girl from Mars Great World Artists Management Inc. Greener Pastures Contemporary Art Harbourfront Centre - Performing Arts Department International Readings at Harbourfront Kids' Entertainment Kiran Ahluwalia Ensemble Maza Mezé McIntyre International Arts Management Menaka Thakkar Dance Company Michael Gibson Gallery Moving Pictures Moving Pictures National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada

OHSWEKEN HAGERSVILLE HAGERSVILLE WIARTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PARRY SOUND TORONTO TORONTO BRANTFORD

$12,500 $15,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $20,000 $10,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $30,000 $4,000 $4,000 $291,235

PEMBROKE TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ROCKWOOD TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO ROCKWOOD TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MARKHAM TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO LONDON TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA

$900 $7,900 $4,700 $3,955 $1,400 $1,200 $1,700 $5,000 $3,400 $4,525 $1,000 $2,800 $4,200 $10,000 $1,500 $13,100 $1,700 $1,350 $3,250 $700 $10,000 $3,300 $10,000 $600 $4,000 $1,000 $750 $2,900 $2,000 $2,700 $3,900 $20,000 $2,500 $2,600 $1,000 $1,815 $4,000

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Nesrallah-Bolshoy Duo Nikola Rukaj Gallery Northern Visions Independent Film and Video Association Ontario Association of Art Galleries p/m Gallery Pari Nadimi Gallery Peak Gallery Company Peterborough New Dance Planet in Focus: Toronto Environmental Film and Video Festival Poésie Électrique Prologue to the Performing Arts Queen of Puddings Music Theatre Co. Quill and Quire Reel out: Kingston's Queer Film Festival Richard Paul Concert Artists Robert Birch Gallery Limited Soundstreams Canada Southern Currents / Corrientes del Sur Storytellers of Canada Susan Hobbs Gallery Inc. Susan Hobbs Gallery Inc. Tasa The 411 Initiative for Change The Grey Zone Collective The Laws The National Ballet of Canada/ Le Ballet national du Canada V/Tape V/Tape Dance / Danse 10 Gates Dancing Arts Inter-Media Canada Ballet Creole Ballet Creole Ballet Jörgen Canada Ballet Jörgen Canada Ballet Jörgen Canada Black Tulip Inc. Canada Dance Festival Danse Canada Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists - Ontario Canadian Dance Assembly Canadian Dance Assembly CanAsian Dance Festival CanDance Network Chitralekha Odissi Dance Creations Collective Of Black Artists CORPUS dance Immersion Dance Umbrella of Ontario Dance Umbrella of Ontario

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PETERBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO DURHAM SEELEYS BAY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$1,000 $1,600 $1,300 $5,000 $3,900 $5,000 $4,900 $750 $1,500 $750 $14,600 $44,000 $2,650 $1,900 $1,700 $1,000 $2,510 $4,000 $7,500 $2,500 $7,300 $15,000 $2,800 $1,800 $1,350 $5,700 $1,030 $850 $5,627,941

OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BURLINGTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$53,000 $78,000 $9,000 $2,000 $50,000 $150,000 $37,500 $7,000 $100,000 $22,500 $22,150 $65,000 $13,750 $60,000 $25,000 $30,000 $55,000 $8,200 $90,000 $18,750

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Dance Umbrella of Ontario Dancemakers Dancemakers Danceworks Danny Grossman Dance Company Danny Grossman Dance Company Dreamwalker Dance Company Dusk Dances Dusk Dances Earth in Motion Dance Co. Earth in Motion Dance Co. Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists (fFIDA) Fujiwara Dance Inventions Harbourfront Centre Indigenous Performance Initiatives Indigenous Performance Initiatives Janak Khendry Dance Company Kaeja d'Dance Kaeja d'Dance Kaha:wi Dance Theatre Kanata Native Cultural Society Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada Le Groupe Dance Lab Little Pear Garden Collective Marble Media Inc. Menaka Thakkar Dance Company Menno Plukker Theatre Agent Inc. Moonhorse Dance Theatre Native Women in the Arts Peggy Baker Dance Projects Peggy Baker Dance Projects Peterborough New Dance Red Sky Performance Theatre Red Sky Performance Theatre Red Sky Performance Theatre Sampradaya Dance Creations Sampradaya Dance Creations Series 8:08 Series 8:08 Soaring Heart Pictures The Dance Current The National Ballet of Canada/ Le Ballet national du Canada The National Ballet of Canada/ Le Ballet national du Canada The National Ballet of Canada/ Le Ballet national du Canada Toronto Dance Theatre Toronto Dance Theatre Tribal Crackling Wind Productions Visus Foundation

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PETERBOROUGH PETERBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HAGERSVILLE BRANTFORD DON MILLS OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PETERBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO BURLINGTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$4,200 $185,000 $22,275 $30,000 $123,000 $7,000 $8,000 $18,000 $15,000 $30,000 $25,000 $30,000 $5,000 $11,000 $55,000 $15,400 $25,000 $30,000 $4,800 $50,000 $27,000 $40,000 $40,000 $15,000 $205,000 $6,000 $58,700 $76,000 $10,000 $30,000 $14,000 $66,000 $16,300 $25,000 $25,000 $53,600 $5,000 $31,867 $54,000 $12,500 $14,400 $5,000 $13,500 $9,500 $450,000 $2,250,000 $298,000 $35,749 $100,000 $8,000

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Woodland Cultural Centre Yvonne Ng's Tiger Princess Productions Yvonne Ng's Tiger Princess Productions Yvonne Ng's Tiger Princess Productions Director of the Arts Division / Directeur de la Division des arts Atlas Moves Watching Dance Projects Ballet Jörgen Canada Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Canadian Conference of the Arts Canadian Stage Company Centre for Aboriginal Media Children's Peace Theatre Collective Of Black Artists Community Cultural Impressarios Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area CORPUS Creators' Rights Alliance dance Immersion Gaa dibaatjimat Ngaashi: Stories From my Mother Inc. Jumblies Theatre Le Théâtre de la Vieille 17 Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto Literature for Life Menaka Thakkar Dance Company New Adventures in Sound Art New Voice Video Ontario Workers Arts and Heritage Centre Regent Park Focus Community Coalition SAW Video Association Shadowland Theatre Inc. Shakespeare in Action Sketch The Ottawa Art Gallery University of Guelph, Department of Fine Art and Music University of Western Ontario Department of Visual Arts Wade Collective Woodland Cultural Centre Yvonne Ng's Tiger Princess Productions Endowments & Prizes / Prix et dotations Canadian Music Centre Dora Mavor Moore Awards Governor General's Performing Arts Awards Foundation National Ballet School Theatre Direct Canada

BRANTFORD TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$20,000 $8,000 $1,800 $12,500 $337,628

PETERBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KITCHENER TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA HAMILTON TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA GUELPH LONDON TORONTO BRANTFORD TORONTO

$18,000 $1,000 $15,000 $15,000 $1,000 $2,000 $13,000 $2,000 $40,000 $3,000 $20,000 $25,000 $8,000 $5,000 $12,000 $5,000 $3,000 $5,000 $1,500 $3,000 $19,000 $23,000 $19,600 $2,500 $13,000 $12,028 $22,000 $7,000 $2,000 $2,000 $14,000 $2,000 $2,000 $134,741

TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO

$4,741 $5,000 $105,000 $10,000 $10,000

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Equity / Équité Aluna Theatre B Current Ballet Creole Cahoots Theatre Projects CanAsian Dance Festival Carlos Bulosan Cultural Workshop Chitralekha Odissi Dance Creations Collective Of Black Artists Cultural Careers Council Ontario Cultural Careers Council Ontario dance Immersion Dub Poets Collective Dub Poets Collective Ensemble Noir inc. Fujiwara Dance Inventions Galerie 101 Gallery Gendai Gallery inDANCE Kala Nidhi Fine Arts of Canada Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada Little Pear Garden Collective M-DO Menaka Thakkar Dance Company Menaka Thakkar Dance Company Modern Times Stage Company Nathaniel Dett Chorale Obsidian Theatre Company Rasik Arts Sampradaya Dance Creations South Asian Visual Arts Collective Southern Currents / Corrientes del Sur Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival Toronto Tabla Ensemble TSAR Publications Yvonne Ng's Tiger Princess Productions Inter-Arts Office / Bureau Inter-Arts 7a*11d Performance Art Festival Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Canadian Abilities Foundation Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art Fado Performance Inc. Fado Performance Inc. Festival Franco-Ontarien Harbourfront Centre Pride London Festival Spark Productions Inc. TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO LONDON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BURLINGTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO DON MILLS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$1,081,700 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $100,000 $50,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $7,000 $4,700 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $20,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $165,300 $21,000 $16,000 $16,000 $10,000 $32,000 $4,300 $10,000 $15,000 $12,000 $19,000

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The Gathering of the Good Minds Media Arts / Arts médiatiques Absolute Choice Curatorial Collective Artengine Artengine Artists Film Exhibition Group of Ontario Autumn Leaf Performance Canadian Film Institute Canadian Filmmakers' Distribution Centre Canadian Filmmakers' Distribution Centre Centre for Aboriginal Media Centre for Aboriginal Media Charles Street Video Charles Street Video Cinefest Picton Cinematheque Ontario Ed Video Inc. Ed Video Inc. Hot Docs - Canadian International Documentary Festival House of Toast Film & Video Collective Independent Filmmakers Cooperative of Ottawa Indigenous Culture & Media Innovations Inside Out Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival Inc. Inter Access: Electronic Media Arts Centre Inter Access: Electronic Media Arts Centre Inter Access: Electronic Media Arts Centre Inter Access: Electronic Media Arts Centre Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto Moving Pictures Moving Pictures New Adventures in Sound Art Northern Visions Independent Film and Video Association Northern Visions Independent Film and Video Association Planet in Focus: Toronto Environmental Film and Video Festival Planet in Focus: Toronto Environmental Film and Video Festival Reel out: Kingston's Queer Film Festival Regent Park Film Festival Inc. SAW Video Association SAW Video Association SAW Video Association Southern Currents / Corrientes del Sur Southern Currents / Corrientes del Sur Splice This! Subtle Technologies Tauqsiijiit Collective

LONDON

$10,000 $1,861,800

TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PICTON TORONTO GUELPH GUELPH TORONTO WINDSOR OTTAWA OHSWEKEN TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO WIKWEMIKONG

$12,000 $7,500 $25,000 $30,000 $22,500 $30,000 $45,800 $76,000 $18,300 $8,000 $7,500 $70,000 $1,500 $190,000 $30,000 $53,500 $45,000 $17,000 $43,000 $7,000 $30,000 $60,000 $60,000 $7,500 $45,000 $14,000 $69,800 $8,500 $75,000 $17,000 $23,000 $34,000 $61,000 $25,000 $13,500 $15,000 $7,000 $25,000 $19,000 $72,000 $5,000 $20,000 $5,000 $7,200 $22,000 $20,000

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The Grey Zone Collective Toronto Animated Image Society Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival Trinity Square Video Trinity Square Video Trinity Square Video V/Tape V/Tape W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery Workman Theatre Project of Ontario Inc. World Inter-Action Mondiale Year Zero One Music / Musique Alliance nationale de l'industrie musicale (ANIM) Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto Amici Chamber Ensemble Amok Artist Agency Inc. Andrew Kwan Artists Management Arraymusic Arraymusic Art Gallery of York University Artists of the Royal Conservatory Aundeck Omni Kaning (AOK) Drum/Singers and Dance Troupe Autorickshaw Autorickshaw Autorickshaw Barnyard Drama Bellows and Brass Beyond the Pale Beyond the Pale Borealis String Quartet Brott Music Festival Caché Caché Cadence Cadence Caliban Quartet Canadian Contemporary Music Workshop Canadian League of Composers Canadian Music Centre Canadian Music Centre Canadian Music Centre Canadian Music Centre Canadian Opera Company Canadian Opera Company Cantabile Choirs of Kingston Capital BrassWorks Cellar Singers

DURHAM TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO NORTH BAY TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO

$20,000 $20,000 $20,000 $10,000 $15,000 $80,000 $32,000 $102,000 $14,700 $10,000 $18,000 $20,000 $8,611,686

OTTAWA NORTH YORK TORONTO FERGUS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO LITTLE CURRENT TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO SCARBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HAMILTON NORTH YORK TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON ORLEANS ORILLIA

$8,000 $38,000 $11,000 $25,000 $22,500 $55,000 $8,000 $2,000 $4,900 $13,500 $2,000 $8,000 $20,000 $10,000 $3,150 $5,000 $14,000 $9,300 $16,000 $4,000 $13,000 $2,000 $4,000 $4,000 $2,000 $10,000 $80,000 $411,500 $8,300 $136,250 $10,000 $1,715,000 $2,000 $6,300 $5,500

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Centre for Indigenous Theatre Chorus Niagara Cisco Systems Bluesfest Claire Jenkins and the Pink Colwell Arts Management CONTACT Contemporary Music Continuum Contemporary Music Continuum Contemporary Music Coro Nacional de Cuba Creaking Tree String Quartet Creaking Tree String Quartet David Braid Sextet Dean Artists Management Digging Roots Digging Roots Dona Rosa Ensemble Drumheller Ear-Cam Eliana Cuevas Group Eliana Cuevas Group Elmer Iseler Singers Elora Festival Singers Elora Festival Singers Ensemble Noir inc. Esprit Orchestra Evergreen Club - Contemporary Gamelan Evergreen Club - Contemporary Gamelan Exultate Chamber Singers Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band Foggy Hogtown Boys Galitcha Gallery Players of Niagara Glen Hall Trio Gossage Artists Management Guelph Jazz Festival Guelph Jazz Festival Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra Hannaford Street Silver Band Ininew Friendship Centre Inuit Cultural Performers Jane Fair & Rosemary Galloway Quintet Joe Trio John Millard and Happy Day Kawa Brass Band Kingston Symphony Association Kingston Symphony Association Kitchener-Waterloo Philharmonic Choir Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra Association Inc. Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra Association Inc.

TORONTO ST. CATHARINES OTTAWA TORONTO NEW HAMBURG TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BARRIE BARRIE FERGUS TORONTO BRAMPTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ELORA ELORA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA VIRGIL BRAMPTON OTTAWA GUELPH GUELPH HAMILTON TORONTO COCHRANE OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO FERGUS KINGSTON KINGSTON KITCHENER KITCHENER KITCHENER

$7,500 $6,000 $10,000 $8,000 $22,500 $2,500 $11,000 $25,000 $50,000 $11,000 $5,000 $6,000 $25,000 $8,500 $7,000 $11,000 $11,000 $9,700 $8,000 $20,000 $98,000 $35,000 $28,000 $5,000 $125,000 $20,000 $3,500 $8,000 $12,000 $15,000 $500 $4,000 $5,000 $1,200 $10,000 $5,000 $15,000 $75,500 $18,000 $5,500 $1,200 $15,000 $8,000 $13,500 $26,000 $43,500 $9,000 $9,000 $2,500 $437,000

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Laila Biali Trio Live Tour Artists London Choral Foundation London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus Marilyn Gilbert Artists Management Maryem Tollar Ensemble Mercer Union A Centre for Contemporary Art Michael Pickett Band Mighty Popo Mississauga Choral Society Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art Music Gallery Music Gallery Music Toronto Nancy Walker Quartet Nathaniel Dett Chorale Nathaniel Dett Chorale Nathaniel Dett Chorale neither/ nor Neufeld Occhipinti Jazz Orchestra Neufeld Occhipinti Jazz Orchestra New Adventures in Sound Art New Music Concerts New Music Concerts Nexus Nexus Niagara Symphony Association Niagara Symphony Association Nihilist Spasm Band Numus Concerts Inc. Opening Day Recordings Opéra Atelier Opéra Atelier Opera in Concert Opera Lyra Opera Lyra Opera Ontario Inc. Opera Ontario Inc. Opera.ca Opera.ca Orchestra London (Canada) Inc. Orchestra London (Canada) Inc. Orchestras Canada Orchestras Canada Orchestras Mississauga Oriana Women's Choir Ottawa Bach Choir Ottawa Chamber Music Festival Ottawa International Jazz Festival

TORONTO OAKVILLE LONDON LONDON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA MISSISSAUGA KINGSTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ST. CATHARINES ST. CATHARINES PETERBOROUGH WATERLOO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA HAMILTON HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO LONDON LONDON TORONTO TORONTO MISSISSAUGA TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA OTTAWA

$2,200 $12,500 $3,000 $1,500 $14,500 $6,500 $5,000 $500 $15,000 $1,500 $1,500 $3,500 $8,000 $60,000 $25,000 $8,400 $15,000 $17,500 $38,000 $4,000 $22,000 $3,000 $7,000 $100,000 $4,500 $11,282 $15,000 $4,500 $38,000 $4,954 $20,000 $10,000 $171,000 $2,500 $29,000 $110,000 $2,500 $2,300 $262,000 $45,000 $1,500 $190,000 $20,000 $106,000 $4,000 $10,000 $5,000 $3,500 $17,000 $12,000

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Ottawa Symphony Orchestra Pappy Johns Band Patria Music/Theatre Projects Penderecki String Quartet Queen of Puddings Music Theatre Co. Ra Records Random Access Random Access Red Sky Performance Theatre Red Sky Performance Theatre Richard Paul Concert Artists Rough Idea SAW Video Association Sinfonia Toronto Soundstreams Canada Soundstreams Canada Soundstreams Canada Soundstreams Canada St. Marys Children's Choir Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Tapestry New Opera Works Tapestry New Opera Works Tapestry New Opera Works Tasa Tena Palmer Trio Thirteen Strings Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra Association Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra Association Toca Loca Toronto Chamber Choir Toronto Children's Chorus Toronto Consort Toronto Mandolin Orchestra Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Toronto Operetta Theatre Toronto Symphony Orchestra Toronto Symphony Orchestra Toronto Symphony Orchestra Toronto Symphony Orchestra Tri-Continental University of Waterloo, Centre for Cultural Management Vesnivka Choir Inc. Via Salzburg Victoria Scholars Choir Vybez William Carn Quintet Windsor Symphony Society Windsor Symphony Society

OTTAWA OHSWEKEN MISSISSAUGA WATERLOO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ST MARYS TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA THUNDER BAY THUNDER BAY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO PICKERING WATERLOO TORONTO TORONTO ETOBICOKE TORONTO TORONTO WINDSOR WINDSOR

$5,000 $2,500 $25,000 $6,000 $46,000 $12,000 $17,500 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $23,000 $15,000 $4,000 $3,000 $14,000 $12,000 $7,200 $93,100 $2,000 $305,000 $136,500 $31,000 $7,700 $1,700 $12,000 $15,000 $12,000 $167,000 $3,000 $5,500 $5,000 $22,000 $3,000 $45,000 $11,000 $1,707,000 $5,000 $4,000 $100,000 $10,000 $10,000 $1,500 $18,000 $2,000 $2,500 $13,050 $144,000 $22,500

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Theatre / Théâtre Chock Serkle Collective 4th Line Theatre AfriCan Theatre Ensemble AfriCan Theatre Ensemble Aluna Theatre Anandam Performance Group Archipelago Association des théâtres francophones du Canada Association des théâtres francophones du Canada Association des théâtres francophones du Canada B Current Blyth Festival Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Cahoots Theatre Projects Cahoots Theatre Projects Cahoots Theatre Projects Canadian Stage Company Canadian Stage Company Canadian Stage Company Caribbean Tales Carousel Players Carousel Players Castlemoon Theatre Centre for Indigenous Theatre Centre for Indigenous Theatre Clay and Paper Theatre Compagnie Vox Théâtre Crow's Theatre Da Da Kamera Da Da Kamera Da Da Kamera Dark Horse Theatre Debajehmujig Theatre Group DNA Theatre Donikers Daily Duchess Productions DVXT Theatre Company Equity Showcase Theatre Equity Showcase Theatre Factory Theatre Factory Theatre Four Directions Productions fu-Gen Theatre Company Good Hair Day Productions Great Canadian Theatre Company Great Canadian Theatre Company Harbourfront Centre TORONTO MILLBROOK TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO BLYTH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ST. CATHARINES ST. CATHARINES TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO WIKWEMIKONG TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO

$6,833,235 $8,000 $43,000 $17,000 $6,900 $12,000 $8,000 $10,000 $4,000 $25,000 $4,000 $34,000 $141,000 $750 $142,000 $1,500 $850 $40,000 $6,400 $544,000 $500 $15,000 $103,500 $21,300 $6,000 $20,000 $550 $7,200 $10,000 $34,000 $81,500 $18,000 $550 $10,000 $92,250 $16,000 $7,000 $11,794 $7,000 $6,400 $9,000 $204,000 $400 $15,000 $4,000 $9,019 $124,500 $750 $8,000

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Independent Auntie Productions K'Now Theatre Le Théâtre de la Vieille 17 Le Théâtre de la Vieille 17 Lighthouse Festival Theatre Corporation Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People Magnetic North Theatre Festival Magnetic North Theatre Festival Magnus Theatre Magnus Theatre Mammalian Diving Reflex Mixed Company Modern Times Stage Company National Arts Centre Native Earth Performing Arts Native Earth Performing Arts Necessary Angel Necessary Angel Necessary Angel Nightswimming Nightswimming Nightwood Theatre Obsidian Theatre Company Obsidian Theatre Company Odyssey Theatre Odyssey Theatre Ottawa International Children's Festival Pea Green Theatre Playwrights Guild of Canada Professional Association of Canadian Theatres Pull it out Theatre Rasik Arts Red Sky Performance Theatre Red Sky Performance Theatre Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes Roseneath Theatre Company Roseneath Theatre Company Roseneath Theatre Company Shaw Festival Shaw Festival Soulpepper Theatre Company Stratford Festival of Canada Sudbury Theatre Centre Tarantella Theatre Tarragon Theatre The Excellence Ontario Project The Grand Theatre The MT Space The Theatre Centre

TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA PORT DOVER TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA THUNDER BAY THUNDER BAY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO FERGUS FERGUS FERGUS NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE TORONTO STRATFORD SUDBURY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO LONDON KITCHENER TORONTO

$9,000 $5,000 $73,000 $750 $44,000 $500 $267,000 $110,400 $24,000 $9,500 $124,000 $25,000 $5,000 $42,500 $25,000 $100,000 $6,000 $112,000 $20,000 $27,000 $500 $31,500 $89,500 $37,000 $5,000 $27,500 $750 $23,500 $14,000 $71,500 $79,000 $4,000 $4,800 $15,000 $20,000 $23,500 $48,000 $4,200 $40,000 $540,000 $4,000 $125,000 $753,000 $71,000 $9,000 $339,000 $5,000 $153,000 $16,000 $60,000

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The Theatre Centre The Theatre Centre Theatre 2.0 Theatre and Company Theatre Aquarius Inc. Theatre Aquarius Inc. Theatre Arts Generator Society Theatre Beyond Words Theatre Beyond Words Theatre Beyond Words Theatre Columbus Theatre Columbus Theatre Direct Canada Theatre Direct Canada Théâtre du Nouvel Ontario Inc. Théâtre du Nouvel Ontario Inc. Théâtre du Trillium Théâtre du Trillium Théâtre français de Toronto Théâtre français de Toronto Theatre Gargantua Théâtre la Catapulte Théâtre la Catapulte Théâtre la Tangente Theatre Panik Theatre Passe Muraille Theatre Passe Muraille Theatre Smith-Gilmour This is a Bird Thousand Islands Playhouse Turtle Gals Turtle Gals Turtle Gals VideoCabaret Volcano Volcano Visual Arts / Arts visuels A Space Gallery Agnes Etherington Art Centre Agnes Etherington Art Centre Alphabet City Media Inc. Art Gallery of Hamilton Art Gallery of Mississauga Art Gallery of Ontario Art Gallery of Ontario Art Gallery of Ontario Art Gallery of Peel Art Gallery of Peterborough

TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KITCHENER HAMILTON HAMILTON TORONTO ST. CATHARINES ST. CATHARINES ST. CATHARINES TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO SUDBURY SUDBURY OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA SCARBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO GANANOQUE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$500 $8,600 $7,500 $750 $152,000 $500 $5,000 $4,000 $38,000 $5,000 $600 $55,000 $102,000 $1,622 $90,500 $2,500 $64,000 $4,550 $77,000 $7,500 $34,000 $33,500 $50,200 $20,000 $12,500 $6,000 $218,000 $59,500 $12,000 $48,000 $6,000 $16,500 $20,000 $102,000 $20,000 $12,400 $4,001,500

TORONTO KINGSTON KINGSTON TORONTO HAMILTON MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BRAMPTON PETERBOROUGH

$65,000 $85,000 $25,400 $10,000 $200,000 $18,000 $240,000 $30,000 $25,000 $14,000 $70,000

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Art Gallery of Sudbury/ Galerie d'art de Sudbury Art Gallery of Windsor Art Gallery of York University Art Metropole Inc. Artcite Inc. Blackwood Gallery BRAVO-sud Cambridge Galleries Canadian Artists Representation/Le front des artistes canadiens Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery Canadian Crafts Federation Canadian Museums Association Christopher Cutts Gallery Coach House Books Contact Toronto Photography Association Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area Corkin Shopland Gallery Craft Studio at Harbourfront Centre Definitely Superior Doris McCarthy Gallery Feheley Fine Arts Forest City Gallery Galerie 101 Gallery Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario, Centre d'artistes Galerie SAW Gallery Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography Gallery Stratford Gendai Gallery George Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art Grimsby Public Art Gallery Hamilton Artists Inc. Harbourfront Centre Hart House Installation Collective House of Toast Film & Video Collective Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery L'Association des groupes en Arts Visuels Francophones Lakehead University, Visual Arts Department Macdonald Stewart Art Centre Macdonald Stewart Art Centre MacLaren Art Centre McIntosh Gallery McMaster Museum of Art Mercer Union A Centre for Contemporary Art Metal Arts Guild of Canada Michael Gibson Gallery Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre Museum London Museum London

SUDBURY WINDSOR TORONTO TORONTO WINDSOR MISSISSAUGA TORONTO CAMBRIDGE OTTAWA TORONTO WATERLOO WATERLOO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KITCHENER TORONTO TORONTO THUNDER BAY SCARBOROUGH TORONTO LONDON OTTAWA SUDBURY OTTAWA TORONTO STRATFORD TORONTO TORONTO GRIMSBY HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO WINDSOR KITCHENER TORONTO THUNDER BAY GUELPH GUELPH BARRIE LONDON HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO LONDON KINGSTON LONDON LONDON

$30,000 $140,000 $100,000 $90,000 $55,000 $35,000 $4,400 $65,000 $123,000 $4,000 $6,300 $40,000 $60,000 $10,000 $10,000 $17,000 $15,000 $12,000 $15,000 $7,000 $40,000 $13,000 $10,000 $22,000 $64,000 $20,000 $46,000 $78,000 $5,000 $2,000 $40,000 $18,000 $18,000 $10,000 $8,000 $3,000 $45,000 $11,000 $2,000 $10,500 $55,000 $58,000 $32,000 $20,000 $100,000 $7,500 $5,000 $40,000 $17,300 $95,000

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Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada Niagara Artists' Company Oakville Galleries Oakville Galleries Oakville Galleries Ontario Association of Art Galleries Open Studio Pari Nadimi Gallery Peel Heritage Complex Peterborough Artists Inc. Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art Queen's University, Department of Art Robert McLaughlin Gallery Robert McLaughlin Gallery South Asian Visual Arts Collective Susan Hobbs Gallery Inc. Textile Museum of Canada Thames Art Gallery The Justina M. Barnicke Gallery The Koffler Gallery The Ottawa Art Gallery The Ottawa Art Gallery The Power Plant Thunder Bay Art Gallery Thunder Bay Art Gallery Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre Toronto Free Gallery Toronto Photographers' Workshop Tree Museum Collective TVO-TV Ontario United Media Arts Studies (UMAS) University of Guelph, Department of Fine Art and Music University of Waterloo Art Gallery University of Waterloo, Department of Fine Arts University of Western Ontario Department of Visual Arts University of Windsor, School of Visual Arts W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery White Mountain Academy of the Arts White Water Gallery Women's Art Resource Centre Woodland Cultural Centre York University Faculty of Fine Arts YYZ Artists' Outlet Writing and Publishing / Lettres et édition Alfred A. Knopf Canada Annick Press Ltd.

TORONTO OTTAWA ST. CATHARINES OAKVILLE OAKVILLE OAKVILLE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO BRAMPTON PETERBOROUGH TORONTO KINGSTON OSHAWA OSHAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO CHATHAM TORONTO NORTH YORK OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO THUNDER BAY THUNDER BAY OWEN SOUND TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO DURHAM GUELPH WATERLOO WATERLOO LONDON WINDSOR NORTH BAY ELLIOT LAKE NORTH BAY TORONTO BRANTFORD NORTH YORK TORONTO

$26,000 $50,000 $41,000 $175,000 $7,000 $30,000 $15,000 $45,000 $20,000 $5,000 $26,000 $31,000 $4,000 $30,000 $30,000 $50,000 $15,000 $67,000 $25,000 $8,000 $20,000 $110,000 $16,500 $220,000 $50,000 $20,600 $48,000 $20,000 $5,000 $53,000 $10,000 $12,000 $8,000 $5,000 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $3,000 $14,000 $4,000 $14,000 $25,000 $20,000 $4,000 $85,000 $5,694,194

TORONTO TORONTO

$3,000 $73,800

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Annick Press Ltd. Arc: Canada's National Poetry Magazine Art Bar Poetry Series Association of Canadian Publishers, Toronto Berton House Writers Retreat Society Between the Lines Inc. Between the Lines Inc. Bibliothèque publique du canton de Russell Black Moss Press Black Moss Press Bloody Words Mystery Conference - Toronto Book and Periodical Council Books by the Bay Books in Canada Brick Books Brick Books Brick Magazine Broken Pencil Burlington Public Library BuschekBooks BuschekBooks C The Visual Arts Foundation Callander Public Library Canadian Art Foundation Canadian Association for Translation Studies Canadian Notes & Queries Canadian Scholars' Press Canadian Theatre Review Capital Poetry Collective CineACTION Cinema Scope City of Kawartha Lakes Public Library City of Ottawa, Cultural Services Division Clarington Public Library Coach House Books Coach House Books Coach House Books Coda Magazine Cormorant Books Cormorant Books Cormorant Books Descant Magazine Dundurn Press Limited Dundurn Press Limited East Gwillimbury Public Library Echolocation ECW Press ECW Press Eden Mills Writers' Festival Éditions David Inc.

TORONTO OTTAWA THORNHILL TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO EMBRUN WINDSOR WINDSOR NORTH YORK TORONTO CALLANDER TORONTO LONDON LONDON TORONTO TORONTO BURLINGTON OTTAWA OTTAWA TORONTO CALLANDER TORONTO OTTAWA ERIN TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO LINDSAY OTTAWA BOWMANVILLE TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HOLLAND LANDING TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO EDEN MILLS OTTAWA

$1,900 $23,400 $8,000 $112,000 $33,000 $39,000 $3,400 $695 $1,400 $47,600 $1,525 $29,500 $2,350 $44,600 $72,500 $8,100 $38,200 $27,000 $3,650 $31,400 $200 $54,600 $1,700 $95,900 $1,950 $12,300 $22,200 $35,400 $2,900 $23,100 $24,500 $920 $9,500 $2,485 $94,000 $10,300 $4,000 $15,400 $4,200 $6,500 $56,800 $32,800 $1,400 $88,400 $940 $3,000 $71,300 $4,000 $9,200 $54,800

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Éditions David Inc. Éditions du Vermillon Éditions du Vermillon Éditions du Vermillon Éditions L'Interligne Éditions L'Interligne Éditions Prise de Parole Inc. Éditions Prise de Parole Inc. Exile Exile Editions Ltd. Exile Editions Ltd. Fanshawe College, Letters and Arts Society Fitzhenry and Whiteside Limited Fitzhenry and Whiteside Limited Forest City Gallery Friends of Wiarton Library Friends of the Smiths Falls Public Library Frontenac Public Library Fuse Magazine Gilda's Club of Greater Toronto Glendon College, Department of English Governor General's Authors Promotion Tour Groundwood Books Groundwood Books Guernica Editions Guernica Editions Guernica Editions Hamilton Poetry Centre Harbourfront Centre House of Anansi Press Ltd. House of Anansi Press Ltd. Insomniac Press Insomniac Press International Readings at Harbourfront Jake Thomas Learning Centre James Lorimer and Company Ltd., Publishers Joseph P. Atkinson Faculty - York University Kairos Literary Society Kegedonce Press Kegedonce Press Kegedonce Press Key Porter Books Limited Key Porter Books Limited Key Porter Books Limited Kids Can Press Ltd. King Township Public Library Kiss Machine Kitchener Public Library Lambda Foundation for Excellence Leacock Museum

OTTAWA OTTAWA OTTAWA OTTAWA VANIER VANIER SUDBURY SUDBURY TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO LONDON MARKHAM MARKHAM LONDON WIARTON SMITHS FALLS KINGSTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO WILSONVILLE TORONTO DOWNSVIEW HAMILTON WIARTON WIARTON WIARTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KING CITY TORONTO KITCHENER OTTAWA ORILLIA

$4,100 $2,900 $47,300 $4,100 $3,900 $50,700 $2,800 $51,300 $27,100 $49,000 $5,000 $2,200 $3,000 $72,600 $1,100 $4,710 $1,800 $2,541 $43,800 $750 $817 $13,012 $81,500 $6,600 $16,100 $2,800 $51,100 $3,830 $9,000 $5,800 $71,200 $4,900 $68,400 $44,500 $20,000 $39,800 $2,800 $1,240 $38,000 $10,000 $1,000 $4,800 $5,300 $43,500 $64,300 $1,650 $11,000 $3,635 $1,950 $3,000

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Liaison Literary Arts Windsor Literary Press Group of Canada Literary Review of Canada Magazines Canada Magazines Canada Manitoulin Island Library Association Network Mansfield Press Maple Tree Press Inc. Maple Tree Press Inc. Markham Public Libraries MASC - Young Authors - Young Illustrators Conference McArthur & Company Publishing Ltd. McArthur & Company Publishing Ltd. McArthur & Company Publishing Ltd. McClelland and Stewart Ltd. McClelland and Stewart Ltd. McClelland and Stewart Ltd. McGilligan Books McGilligan Books McMaster University, Department of English Mercury Press Mercury Press Milton's Book Festival for Children Mississauga Library System MIX Independent Art and Culture Magazine Musicworks Napoleon Publishing / Rendez Vous Press Napoleon Publishing / Rendez Vous Press National Magazine Awards Foundation Natural Heritage / Natural History Inc. Natural Heritage / Natural History Inc. Oakville Public Library Oberon Press Oneness-World Communications Oneness-World Communications Ontario Library Association Open Letter Opera Canada Opus Organization for Literacy in Lambton Ottawa Storytelling Festival Parry Sound Books Pedlar Press PEN Canada Plan 99 Reading Series Playwrights Canada Press Playwrights Canada Press Playwrights Canada Press Playwrights Guild of Canada

VANIER WINDSOR TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MANITOWANING TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO THORNHILL OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO MILTON MISSISSAUGA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OAKVILLE OTTAWA VANIER OTTAWA TORONTO STRATHROY TORONTO TORONTO SARNIA OTTAWA PARRY SOUND TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$28,900 $4,500 $185,000 $31,200 $58,000 $190,500 $1,185 $44,400 $16,900 $1,000 $830 $2,140 $13,500 $59,000 $3,600 $161,800 $11,700 $20,000 $1,700 $30,000 $10,000 $58,500 $2,000 $870 $535 $45,800 $44,500 $500 $32,800 $6,000 $1,100 $28,300 $1,130 $54,300 $7,550 $14,000 $1,400 $14,300 $39,400 $13,400 $1,765 $7,000 $2,130 $41,800 $50,000 $2,740 $82,600 $14,800 $3,000 $37,000

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Playwrights Guild of Canada Poetic Soul Poetry London Point of View Magazine Porcupine's Quill Inc. Porcupine's Quill Inc. Prefix Photo Professional Writers Association of Canada Public Queen's Quarterly Queen's University, Department of English Quill and Quire Rampike Magazine Regroupement des éditeurs canadiens-français Richmond Hill Public Library Robin Brass Studio Salon du livre de Toronto Salon du livre du Grand Sudbury Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology Scream In High Park Second Story Feminist Press Seraphim Editions Seraphim Editions Simon and Schuster Société des écrivains de l'Outaouais Spirit Magazine St. Jerome's University College, Department of English Staircase Theatre Education Program Storytellers of Canada Sumach Press Sumach Press Taddle Creek Take One The Canadian Children's Book Centre The Canadian Children's Book Centre The Cultural Gutter The Dance Current The Danforth Review The Devil's Artisan (DA) The League of Canadian Poets The League of Canadian Poets The New Quarterly The Poet Bureau The Storytellers School of Toronto The Word On The Street - Toronto The Writers' Union of Canada The Writers' Union of Canada This Magazine Thomas Allen & Son Ltd. Thomas Allen & Son Ltd.

TORONTO BRAMPTON LONDON TORONTO ERIN ERIN TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO KINGSTON KINGSTON TORONTO WINDSOR OTTAWA RICHMOND HILL TORONTO TORONTO SUDBURY SAULT STE. MARIE TORONTO TORONTO HAMILTON HAMILTON MARKHAM OTTAWA PARRY SOUND WATERLOO HAMILTON TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO ERIN TORONTO TORONTO WATERLOO YARKER TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO MARKHAM MARKHAM

$10,000 $5,000 $2,040 $21,000 $82,200 $5,900 $39,800 $20,000 $22,900 $37,000 $1,800 $68,000 $13,400 $74,000 $905 $10,000 $9,000 $12,500 $19,600 $2,700 $44,200 $1,000 $18,500 $3,000 $1,300 $20,000 $1,600 $3,200 $10,000 $1,500 $35,900 $5,800 $23,100 $75,500 $72,000 $4,000 $22,400 $6,700 $12,500 $72,000 $77,100 $31,300 $5,000 $15,000 $13,000 $60,000 $76,500 $49,300 $6,800 $50,700

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Toronto Public Library - Marketing and Communications Department Town of Pelham Public Library Tree Reading Series Trent University Writers Reading Series Tri-County Literacy Network TSAR Publications TSAR Publications Tundra Books Univ. of Toronto, Dept. of Eng.-Literature for Our Time Reading Université d'Ottawa, Lettres françaises Université d'Ottawa, Lettres françaises Université de Guelph, Section des études françaises University of Guelph, Department of English Language and Literature University of Toronto at Scarborough, Cult. Affairs Literary Committee University of Toronto Press University of Toronto Press University of Western Ontario, Department of English University of Western Ontario, Department of English University of Windsor, Department of English University of Windsor, Department of English Up From The Roots Vaughan Public Libraries - Woodbridge Library Virages Virages Wellington County Library - Fergus Branch Wilfrid Laurier University Press Wilfrid Laurier University Press Windsor Review: a journal of the arts Wolsak and Wynn Publishers Ltd. Wolsak and Wynn Publishers Ltd. YYZ Artists' Outlet YYZ Artists' Outlet YYZ Artists' Outlet Total Ontario Grants to Arts Organizations, 2005-2006: Subventions totales octroyées aux organismes artistiques de l'Ontario, 20052006:

TORONTO FONTHILL OTTAWA PETERBOROUGH CHATHAM TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO OTTAWA OTTAWA GUELPH GUELPH SCARBOROUGH TORONTO TORONTO LONDON LONDON WINDSOR WINDSOR AJAX WOODBRIDGE TORONTO TORONTO FERGUS WATERLOO WATERLOO WINDSOR TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO

$23,000 $820 $925 $2,020 $2,525 $45,800 $1,000 $100,500 $1,250 $8,000 $1,260 $3,400 $20,000 $2,150 $105,500 $9,000 $1,200 $10,000 $3,924 $20,000 $13,000 $3,450 $7,900 $15,100 $500 $16,200 $34,300 $3,000 $3,700 $41,300 $1,500 $22,500 $44,800

$34,859,960

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