OTTAWA, November 18, 2014 – The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) announced the release of the Department of Canadian Heritage’s first Government of Canada Survey of Heritage Institutions. The CMA assisted the Department in promoting the survey and invited its members across Canada to participate.
"We are excited to share the results of this important survey," says John G. McAvity, Executive Director & CEO of the CMA. "The Government of Canada Survey of Heritage Institutions will inform us on key indicators such as the number and type of heritage institutions as well as the number of visitors."
This survey provides aggregate financial and operating data to governments and cultural associations. It aims to gain a better understanding of not-for-profit heritage institutions in Canada in order to aid in the development of policies, and the conduct of programs.
View the full version of the Government of Canada Survey of Heritage Institutions: 2011 Report. Survey of Heritage Institutions: 2011 [PDF Version, 538 KB]
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