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The Canada Media Fund wants to keep applicants informed of funding decisions and results throughout the year. The database below contains projects that have been announced during the current fiscal year and all funded projects from prior years. New results will be added as they are published.
There are two types of announcements: Funding Decisions and Funding Results.


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Funding Decisions

Funding Decisions indicate the selection of projects which have qualified for the CMF support but have yet to finalize all contracts. Only programs using a selective, competitive process to allocate funding are subject to a funding decision. These selective programs are: Experimental Stream, Aboriginal, English POV, Francophone Minority, and Diverse Languages.

A Funding Decision is posted on our website when decisions become available. Please note that there is one decision per application closing date. The decisions and funding commitments posted on the website are preliminary, as all requests must undergo a contracting process. Funding is not final until contracts are signed.

Funding Results

Funding results indicate approved and contracted applications for all convergent and experimental stream programs. The funding results are published on a quarterly basis.

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Information in the funded projects database is correct as of the date of posting. The online database is updated at different times throughout the year, but not currently updated on a regular basis to reflect changes that may occur after posting, including changes in the applicant name or ownership of the project. If a project is subsequently withdrawn or refused funding, it will still appear on this page for informational purposes.

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2020-2021
Title

À la valdrague IV

Applicant

716077 NB Inc

Commitment

$333,210

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

New Brunswick

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Drama

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

In Season 4, a number of characters in the show finally achieve some of their major goals, and new characters are welcomed. Rita starts the season off by celebrating her 60th birthday, and realizing that she has more time behind her than ahead. Lomer wants to experience real love and keeps looking for the right woman to share his life with. Feraille works harder than ever to overcome his difficulties with dyslexia. Terri and Zoël put their relationship to the test by travelling across Canada. Gilberte must face another election if she wants to continue being mayor. Edmour and Yolande’s romance hits a rough patch.


Title

Bouchée du monde I

Applicant

ATO Media Inc.

Commitment

$165,000

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Ontario

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

Bouchée du monde is dedicated to bringing foreign recipes to the Ontario table. In each episode, the hosts of the series take turns meeting a new young person from a different culture. During each episode, viewers learn how to cook two or three of the guest’s favourite recipes. The recipes are easy and fun to cook as well as visually appealing. They play an important role in the culture of the guest’s family and in their country of origin. After the preparation and cooking is done, the host is invited to a big feast where viewers will be shown different traditional dishes from the guest’s country of origin, in addition to learning more about its culinary customs from their family.


Title

C'est le temps des fautes !

Applicant

716036 NB Inc.

Commitment

$66,212

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

New Brunswick

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Variety & Performing Arts

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

C’est le temps des fautes! is destined to become a must-see Holiday Season tradition! Viewers are in for an exciting and a humorous retrospective on current events. Through sketches, monologues, and musical parodies, the show reflects Canadian society at its best and worst. It’s a laugh-out-loud approach that leans more on situational comedies with a dash of improvisation and audience participation. Filmed in New Brunswick, the show is hosted by the Les Newbies comedy trio with Les Salerbarbes doing the honours as house band.


Title

Comment devenir adulte V

Applicant

Wookey Films Inc.

Commitment

$78,147

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Manitoba

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

For the past four years, Comment devenir adulte has followed the ups and downs that are part of life for teens between 15 and 18. But what happens to these young adults after graduation? In Season 5, back in Manitoba, we explore life after graduation for six teens after they leave their formal schooling behind and enter the unknown world of self-reliance and responsibility.


Title

Féeli Tout I

Applicant

Les Productions Rivard Inc.

Commitment

$564,593

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Manitoba

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

Each episode revolves around a theme that directly relates to the real or imaginary everyday life of young children, while taking their educational background into account. Each theme is broken down into two or three puzzles that are linked to each other to provide not just solutions for young kids, but also food for thought. 


Title

FLIPPONS

Applicant

L'Office des télécommunications éducatives de langue française de l'Ontario

Commitment

$433,593

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Toronto

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Variety & Performing Arts

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

Flippons 2020 will air on December 31 without commercial breaks to provide 58 minutes of pure fun, including feature stories and comedy sketches, as well as the always memorable ‘In Memoriam’ segment. Host Pascal Boyer is back again in full force with collaborators Mathieu Pichette, Diandra Grandchamps, Alexandre Bisaillon, Evelyne Roy-Molgat, and Massi Mahiou joining him on an all-new adventure through the year that was.


Title

Guide d'aventures V

Applicant

10865656 Canada Inc.

Commitment

$413,782

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Ontario

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

Guides d’aventures V is a documentary series that tells the story of Canadian outdoor guides. Each of the 10 one-hour episodes follows a guide as they accompany a group of clients on a foreign expedition. In the process, the guides explain how they came to choose their particular way of life and the peculiar aspects of a profession that involves such unusual expertise and know-how. Expert testimonials also shed new light on various environmental phenomena that are part and parcel of a guide’s job description today.


Title

Hors Québec II

Applicant

Les Productions Rivard Inc.

Commitment

$548,806

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Manitoba

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

Hors-Québec gives a voice to the new face of francophone Canada and explores the ways communities have adapted to living with their language and culture day to day. Viewers get to meet those who represent the francophone way of life in 2020 outside Quebec. The series will follow francophones by birth, immigrants, Francophiles, immersion students, LGBTQ populations, Métis and Indigenous people, artists, white- and blue-collar workers, and more. But no matter where they’re from or what they do, they’re all united by the French language they cherish and speak every day. 


Title

Love et Lajoie I

Applicant

ATO Media Inc.

Commitment

$550,000

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Ontario

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

Monsier Lajoie, French, and Mrs. Love, English, have recently come together to create a newly blended family with their two respective children: 10-year-old Adèle and 13-year-old Boris. We get to meet the new family just a few days after they’ve moved in together. Everyone in the little household has to make extra efforts and compromises in sharing their life together and to overcome the language barrier. 


Title

Main à la pâte (La) III

Applicant

Les Productions Rivard Inc.

Commitment

$262,271

Fiscal year

2020-2021

Region

Manitoba

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Decision

Program

Francophone Minority

Platform

Television

Language

French

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

1

Synopsis

This documentary series takes us into the daily lives of francophone farmers dedicated to values that promote health and sustainable development. The mission of the series is to make viewers aware of initiatives already underway in bringing a new spirit and new approach to food production, one that differs dramatically from conventional industrial agriculture. To this end, the series also documents the way of life and traditions of francophone Canadians in regional or minority settings.


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