The Ontario Music Cities initiative is led by the Canadian Live Music Association (CLMA), and funded by the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries. By leveraging Music Canada’s Music Cities Framework, the initiative delivers support and resources directly to local communities to stimulate economic recovery from the impacts of COVID-19. This stakeholder survey is designed for municipalities, artists, associations, music advocates, and members of the live music community within the Province of Ontario to develop their music economies. Information collected will be used by CLMA and Music Canada to develop tools, resources, and recommendations for communities in need to rebuild and strengthen their Music Cities post pandemic.

About Music Cities

A Music City is a community of any size with a vibrant music economy. A Music City Strategy is essential for a thriving music economy and offers a wide range of benefits for its community - from economic growth, job creation, and increased spending, to greater tax revenues and cultural development.

Music Canada’s world-renowned, international research has identified several key strategies that municipalities can use to grow and strengthen their music economy. Our research, which is available for download at the link below, shares insights on effective strategies that can  help communities increase the social and economic value of music. For more information regarding Music Canada’s Music Cities Framework, please consult the following link https://musiccanada.com/music-cities/.

Please know that your individual responses will remain confidential; data will be shared in aggregate form only. The deadline to complete the survey is Tuesday, July 6th at 5:00pm ET.

The survey has 17 questions and it should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.

Thank you for participating and assisting the Canadian Live Music Association and Music Canada's Music Cities initiative.

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* 1. Which of the following stakeholder groups best describes you?

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