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Civic Partners funding

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The City of Calgary’s Civic Partners are defined under the Investing in Partnerships Policy​ and The City invests in these organization to deliver effective programs and services in targeted areas, develop and advance strategies, and construct and manage assets. City funding for Civic Partners listed in the tables below includes the Council-approved funding budget for the current year, and actual funding for the previous year. The first table shows funding for operating costs. The second ta​ble shows funding for capital costs. Current budget information will be updated to actuals after year end.

Funding process: Operating and capital investments in Civic Partners are approved by Council during the budget process and are subject to adjustments by Council. Annually, Civic Partners report to the Standing Policy Committee on Community and Protective Services​.

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Row Count: 2
ListCat: Civic Partners funding
ID: 3560

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​​Organization ​2018 Operating funding - actual ​​2019 Operating funding - approved budget
​$250,358 ​$461,000
Calgary Arts Development Authority* ​$6,400,000 ​$12,040,000
Calgary Centre for Performing Arts (Arts Commons)
​$2,564,738 ​$2,480,000
Calgary Convention Centre Authority (Calgary TELUS Convention Centre) ​$2,381,309 ​$1,703,000
Calgary Economic Development ​$7,008,765 ​$7,878,000
Calgary Heritage Authority ​$175,000 ​$193,000
Calgary Public Library Board
​$51,874,814 ​$52,458,000
Calgary Science Centre Society (TELUS Spark)
​$2,212,562 ​$2,140,000
Calgary Sport Council Society (Sport Calgary)
​$462,210 ​$447,000
Calgary Technologies Inc. (Platform Calgary) ​$829,459 ​$802,000
Calgary Zoological Society (Calgary Zoo) ​$8,296,184 ​$8,022,000
Fort Calgary Preservation Society
​$1,222,210 ​$1,109,000
Heritage Park Society
​$3,713,786 ​$3,495,000
Lindsay Park Sports Society (Repsol Sport Centre)
​$1,398,762 ​$1,353,000
Parks Foundation, Calgary
​$193,000
Silvera for Seniors ​$1,365,000 ​$5,673,000
Tourism Calgary - Convention & Visitors Bureau
​$2,961,665 ​$3,170,000
VCC Initiatives Ltd (Vibrant Communities Calgary)​
​$500,000 ​$484,000
Vecova​
​$210,381 ​$203,000

*At least 75% of the funds provided to Calgary Arts Development are distributed to Calgary’s arts and culture sector through a variety of grant programs. Learn more at www.calgaryartsdevelopment.com​​​

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​​Organization ​2018 Capital funding - actual ​​2019 Capital funding - approved budget
​$339,000​
Calgary Centre for Performing Arts (Arts Commons)
​$7,069,480
Calgary Convention Centre Authority (Calgary TELUS Convention Centre) ​$953,795 ​$3,750,000
Calgary Public Library Board
$4,160,747
​$2,315,151
Calgary Science Centre Society (TELUS Spark)

$219,000
Calgary Zoological Society (Calgary Zoo) $1,475,352
$1,227,374
Fort Calgary Preservation Society
​$330,042 ​$206,550
Heritage Park Society
$2,091,572
$2,297,250
Lindsay Part Sports Society (Repsol Sport Centre) ​$596,915 ​$500,300​
Parks Foundation, Calgary
​$250,000
Silvera for Seniors
​$2,716,425
Vecova​

$175,000
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​​​​Learn about other City of Calgary funding and grant amounts​​​​​​​

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