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Jill Humphries, Foundations Support to Arts, Cultural and Multicultural Organizations, CCRN, May, 2000.

Note: An analysis of foundation support to performing arts, visual arts, heritage and multicultural and other cultural organizations, taken from Canadian Centre for Philanthropy 1996/97 data. Published by the Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, Schulich School of Business, York University, with support from Department of Canadian Heritage, and Ontario Arts Council.

The study showed that 31 % of the Foundations covered by the study supported arts and culture. A total amount of 58,3 $ million given in grants in 1996-1997. *0 % of all foundation grants were from family foundations. 1,6 % million (2,7 %) went to multicultural and ethnic organizations; slightly more than a third of a percent went to other cultural groups: Amenians, Black, Celtic, East Indian, Multicultural, Russian. Black organizations accounted for 100 000 $.

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Monday, August 24th, 1988, 26 Canadian well known artists and cultural leaders met in Ottawa in order to protest against budget cuts imposed upon the Arts Council of Canada. Among those personalities there were no Blacks or Asians or artists of any other visible minorities or from institutions representing that part of the world of culture (The Gazette, “Stars of Art Protest Canada Council Funding Cuts,” Tuesday, August 25, 1988).

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The International Caribbean Carnival Association (ICCA) saw the birth in Montréal on November 15, 1986. It is an umbrella organization of groups of carnivals and festivals of West Indies in the United States, in Canada and in Europe. Its purpose is the promoting, facilitating and coordinating the programmes of its members, with a view to their continuous development and the institutionalization of the West Indies carnival/festival event having a social value, as well as a cultural and economic one, whether in Canada, in the United States, in the United Kingdom or elsewhere in the world. This organization is seeking to use the Carnival to promote cooperation and unity between populations of all races, cultures and nationalities.

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