BC Finances 2022 Sees $25M in Tourism Restoration — BC Alliance for Arts + Tradition

BC Finances 2022 Sees $25M in Tourism Restoration — BC Alliance for Arts + Tradition

On February 22, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Hon. Selina Robinson, introduced Budget 2022: Stronger Together, during which the federal government pledged a further $25 million in restoration to the tourism business. Stated Minister Robinson in her speech, “Hundreds of thousands in funding supplied a lifeline for greater than 8,000 tourism companies. and

On February 22, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Hon. Selina Robinson, introduced Budget 2022: Stronger Together, during which the federal government pledged a further $25 million in restoration to the tourism business.

Stated Minister Robinson in her speech, “Hundreds of thousands in funding supplied a lifeline for greater than 8,000 tourism companies. and extra funding will present assist for non-profits impacted by the pandemic, in addition to the humanities, tradition and music sector. This yr’s price range will proceed assist for the tourism sector because it recovers, with $25 million earmarked.”

The budget highlights (pp. 7) make clear that the humanities and tradition funding, which is separate from the $25M in tourism funding, will predominantly be circulated by the Arts Impression and Amplify BC packages, whereas pp. 141 of the formal budget provides that this extra funding could also be administered as “Resilience Complement grants to present BC Arts Council purchasers.”

The price range additionally lays out a Non-Revenue Restoration and Resilience Fund of $30 million, to be administered by the Vancouver Basis and the United Approach BC to assist organizations throughout B.C.

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