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Patterns in Performing Arts Spending in Canada in 2008
 
Topic(s): public and private funding policies / research 
 
Keywords:  performing arts, Canada, 2008, spending, household income
 
Summary:

This report provides a detailed analysis of Canadians who spend money on live performing arts. In 2008, consumer spending on live performing arts was $1.426 billion, or an average of $108 for each of the 13.2 million households in the country. In 37% of Canadian households, some money was spent on live performing arts in 2008. In households with some spending on live performing arts, the average amount spent was $293. Examined differently, this equals 31 cents out of every $100 in household income spent on live performing arts (in households with some performing arts spending). 

 
Author / Published by: Hills Strategy Research
 
Year of publication: 2011
 
 
 
 
 
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