Canada Book Fund (Support for Publishers: Publishing Support) – Canadian Heritage (2022)
This component assists the ongoing production, marketing and distribution of Canadian-authored books. Supplementary funding based on export sales is also available as part of Publishing Support.
Comments on Funding:
Funding from the CBF’s Publishing Support sub-component and other levels of government (federal, provincial, territorial and municipal) is up to:
Applicants who receive a contribution of $100,000 or greater, must repay the contribution if their profit margin – excluding all CBF funding – was 15% or more during their financial year in which the contribution agreement was signed, and during its two preceding financial years.
Only book publishing firms are eligible for the Publishing Support sub-component of the CBF. At the time of the application, and through to the end of the term of any contribution agreement, a publishing firm must:
The following entities are not eligible for support from the CBF:
Complete, sign and date the Application Form
Attach all the required supporting documents
Submit the application by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The email must be sent no later than 11:59 p.m. local time on the date of the application deadline for your application to be considered.
Applicants must submit a complete application package including:
Other Things to Note:
Racialized (person or group)
Often used to replace “visible minority,” this more nuanced term acknowledges that race is a social construct and that racialization is a process through which groups come to be socially constructed as races, based on characteristics such as ethnicity, language, economics, religion, culture and politics. It can be applied to people and attributed to them as a group in ways that negatively impact their social, political, and economic life (e.g., Black, Asian, Muslim).
When It Ends: