In January 2019, the Ontario government announced a $15 million reduction to the Ontario Trillium Fund, money that would have gone to fund dozens of community projects. In May 2019, it was announced that close to $60 million would be cut from provincial programs geared towards funding the arts and culture sector. This included the elimination of the Indigenous Culture Fund that was established only the year before, in 2018. Even during a period when reconciliation is such a large public focus, the decision to cut a recently established program was made.
Clearly, there is no guarantee of funding when relying on money coming from government programs. That inc
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