- British Columbia NationTalk
- Ontario NationTalk
- Quebec NationTalk
- North of 60 NationTalk
- Manitoba NationTalk
- Saskatchewan NationTalk
- Alberta NationTalk
- Atlantic NationTalk
- Sand Box Site
Indigenous Music Contributed Almost $80M To Canada’s GDP in 2018 – FYI Music News
What is the impact of Indigenous music in Canada?
What are the contributions that the Indigenous music community is making to the economic and social fabric of Canada?
These are two of the questions that find answers in a just-published National Indigenous Music Impact Study (NMIS), a first of kind 70-plus page report published by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).
Some of the key findings of NIMIS show that Indigenous music contributed a total of almost $78 million to Canada’s economy (GDP) and supports more than 3,000 full-time positions across the country.
The main source of direct economic impact is money paid to or generated by individuals. The direct impact contributed by companies comes from salaries and wages paid to their employees, as well as the profits they earn from their operations (which can be understood as income for the companies’ owners).
This article comes from NationTalk:
The permalink for this story is:
Comments are closed.