Statistics Canada on Culture

Statistics Canada is out today with several cultural studies including a regular culture periodical, an employment analysis, and a report that Canada’s cultural goods deficit grew in 2005.

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  1. Ok, I’ll bite. It sounds like we are spending more money on foreign culture than previously. Yet, the RIAA still thinks we are pirates. Pirates don’t increase their purchasing do they?

    And, we are selling less of our culture. I assume that means Americans are buying less “Canadian Content”. Perhaps they are increasing their piracy of our culture?

    Maybe the CRIAA should be investigating why their precious “Canadian artists” are not getting quite the same sales as before; especially since Canadian are spending more money on foreign culture.