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1Valuing Culture: Measuring and Understanding the Canadian Creative Economy, The Conference Board of Canada, 2008.
2Statistics Canada, 2004.
3The Arts and Heritage in Canada:  Access and Availability 2007, Phoenix Strategic Perspectives.
4 The Economic Impact of Canadian Copyright Industries - Sectoral Analysis, 2006.
5BBM Analytics.
6BBM Canada 2006-2007 TV Meter Databook, from Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
7Canada Online! The Internet, media and emerging technologies: Uses, attitudes, trends and international comparisons 2007. Toronto: Canadian Internet Project (CIP) 2008.
8Ibid.
9Ibid.
10Ibid.
11CFTPA Profile 2008: An Economic Report on the Canadian Film and Television Production Industry.
12Motion Picture Theatre Associations of Canada.
13The North of 60 Remote Community Monitor 2007, Environics Research Group.
14Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
15CFTPA Profile 2008: An Economic Report on the Canadian Film and Television Production Industry.
16Motion Picture Theatre Associations of Canada.
17Ibid.
18“The Place of Third Country Film and Audiovisual Works in European Markets”, European Audiovisual Observatory, June 2008.
19Statistics Canada.
20 Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
21Ibid.
22Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) of Canada.
23The North of 60 Remote Community Monitor 2007, Environics Research Group.
24Annual Report 2006-2007, CBC/Radio-Canada.
25Annual Report 2007-2008, Canadian Television Fund.
26Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
27Statistical and Financial summaries for conventional television, pay, pay per view, video on demand, and specialty services and broadcast distribution, CRTC, 2007.
28Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
29BBM Canada 2006-2007 TV Meter Databook, Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
30Annual Report 2007-2008, Canadian Television Fund.
31Canadian Interactive Industry Profile 2006, PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2006.
32Reports APP1205 and APP1200 run 2 January 2008, CRTC.
33Data compiled from “Top 2000 Sales Chart”, Nielsen SoundScan, 2007.
34“An Overview of the Financial Impact of the Canadian Music Industry”, Douglas Hyatt for the Ontario Media Development Corporation, May 2008.
35Attitudes and Behaviours Towards Canadian Music 2008, Decima Research.
36Ibid.
37Ibid.
38Nielsen SoundScan, 2007.
39Attitudes and Behaviours Towards Canadian Music 2008, Decima Research.
40BBM Canada 2007-2008 Radio Databook.
41Data compiled from the Canadian Music Industry Database (CMID) and SOPROQ (Société de gestion collective des droits des producteurs de phonogrammes et de vidéogrammes du Québec).
42SOCAN.
43Communications Monitoring Report 2008, Broadcasting Policy Monitoring Report 2000, CRTC.
44Music on the Internet, Erin Research Inc., 2006.
45Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
46BBM Canada radio fall surveys, MicroBBM, from CRTC’s Communications Monitoring Report 2008.
47CRTC data collection, Communications Monitoring Report 2008, CRTC.
48CRTC; Statistics Canada.
49Sirius and Canadian Satellite Radio press releases.
50Canada Online! The Internet, media and emerging technologies: Uses, attitudes, trends and international comparisons 2007. Toronto: Canadian Internet Project 2008.
51Ibid.
52A Statistical Profile of Artists in Canada, Hill Strategies (based on 2001 census data), 2004.
532008 Canadian Books Readership Study, Decima Research.
542006 Survey of Book Publishers, Statistics Canada.
552003-04 Periodical Publishing Survey,Statistics Canada.
56Annual Survey of Service Industries: Newspaper Publishers, Statistics Canada, 2006.
572008 Canadian Books Readership Study, Decima Research.
582008 Canadian Magazine Readership Study, Decima Research.
59Ibid.
60Topline Report, Print Measurement Bureau, 2008.
612008 Canadian Magazine Readership Study, Decima Research.
622003-04 Periodical Publishing Survey, Statistics Canada.
632006 Periodical Publishing Survey, Statistics Canada.
64“The Evolution of Newspapers,” Canadian Newspaper Association Web site.
65“Snapshot 2007—A profile of community newspapers,” the Canadian Community Newspapers Association, and Department of Canadian Heritage estimates.
66The Arts and Heritage in Canada:  Access and Availability 2007, Phoenix Strategic Perspectives.
67Ibid.
68Ibid.
69“Economic Contribution of the Culture Sector to Canada’s Provinces,” Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada, 2007.
70Profile of Artists in Canada, Statistical Insights on the Arts Reports, Hill Strategies, 2005.
71General Social Survey, Statistics Canada, 2005.
72Performing Arts Survey, Statistics Canada, 2006.
73Ibid.

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