Canada Periodical Fund
The Government of Canada announced a series of new measures to promote Canadian history.
This includes the Canada Periodical Fund that will support and provide access to history periodicals and history-related projects through its Business Innovation and Collective Initiatives components. A total amount of up to $375,000 will be made available for history-related projects.
To find out more about this modification, please contact us.
Find out more on what the Government of Canada is doing to make history more accessible to Canadians.
Service Delivery Standards Canada Periodical Fund – Aid to Publishers
Service Delivery Standards Canada Periodical Fund – Collective Initiatives
Service Delivery Standards Canada Periodical Fund – Business Innovation
- Business Innovation for Digital Periodicals: Deadline Removed
- Minimum Average Price Criteria in 2014-2015 2012-10-01
- Aid to Publishers Funding Formula and Payments for 2012-2013 2012-06-13
- Change to the definition of a listing in 2013-2014 2011-10-27
- Aid to Publishers Funding Formula 2011-2012 2011-08-29
- Aid to Publishers Fact Sheet 2011-08-29
The Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) provides financial assistance to Canadian print magazines, non-daily newspapers and digital periodicals to enable them to overcome market disadvantages and continue to provide Canadian readers with the content they choose to read.
The CPF has three components: Aid to Publishers, Business Innovation, and Collective Initiatives.
Aid to Publishers provides funding to eligible Canadian print magazines and non-daily newspapers calculated using a formula based on eligible copies sold or circulated by verified request over a 12-month period. Publishers are able to use funding to support the creation of content, production, distribution, online activities, or business development.
Business Innovation: offers support for projects to eligible small and mid-sized printed magazine and digital periodical publishers.
Collective Initiatives: funds projects for organizations designed to increase the overall sustainability of the Canadian magazine and non-daily newspaper industries.
This summary is necessarily very general. See the detailed eligibility rules in the separate applicant's guides for each component to see if you qualify for funding.
For more information, please contact the Canada Periodical Fund.