Research

In 2020

2,062
Events Registered
70
Hubs Registered
215
Communities Involved
2.2M
Canadians Participated

As a national celebration, it’s important for Culture Days to understand more about Canadians’ relationship to arts and culture, which is why we conduct research on an on-going basis. The results of this research can help us better represent and serve the interests of both the sector and the public. In this section, we compile internal data with results from our annual public surveys, conducted with Maru/Matchbox, to provide meaningful knowledge regarding arts and culture and the impact of Culture Days beyond the weekend.

The development of this Research section and its related projects were made possible by the support of the Canada Council for the Arts through the Digital Strategy Fund - Transformation of Organizational Models.

Explore our findings on the following topics: