Culture output, culture gross domestic product at basic prices and culture jobs, by domain, from the product perspective, Canada, 2010
|Culture output||Culture GDP||Culture jobsNote 1|
|millions of current dollars||thousands of jobs|
|Heritage and libraries||1,833||781||19|
|Festivals and celebrations||198||109||3|
|Visual and applied arts||20,585||10,157||168|
|Original visual art||148||83||3|
|Written and published worksNote 2||20,248||10,032||143|
|Other published works||120||58||1|
|Multi sub-domainNote 3||7,249||3,689||64|
|Audio-visual and interactive media||29,552||14,797||125|
|Film and video||8,346||3,443||45|
|Education and training||4,552||3,400||52|
|Governance, funding and professional support||10,586||5,722||72|
|Education and training||1,953||1,432||26|
|Governance, funding and professional support||1,600||897||10|
|Total, Culture and Sports goods and services||100,377||52,325||741|
1. If the number of jobs is below 500 and is not suppressed for confidentiality reasons, the number of jobs is rounded to zero.
2. This domain includes the Multi sub-domain as described in note 3. The value (i.e. output, GDP or jobs) of the other sub-domains may not be completely captured as services such as wholesale or retail would be captured in the multi sub-domain. For example, for the books sub-domain , the printing of books, distribution, wholesale and retail are captured within the multi sub-domain.
3. The Multi sub-domain includes services that cannot be allocated to other specific sub-domain within Written and published works. It includes the printing of books, magazines or art work; translation services; wholesale and distribution, and retail services, etc.
4. The Multi domain includes culture industries that are not associated with any culture domains and sub-domains: the culture portion of convention and trade show organizers; manufacturing and reproducing magnetic optical media; lessors of non-financial intangible assets; internet publishing and broadcasting and web search portal industries. These culture industries all affect more than one culture domain but cannot be easily allocated to a single domain, so they have been aggregated together.
Source: Statistics Canada, Culture Satellite Account 2010.
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