Stand-up comedians, for example, are largely excluded from the latest support model, despite lobbying efforts by the Canadian Association of Stand-up Comedians to receive $1.5 million of funding from Heritage Canada.

“Comedy is one of Canada’s greatest legacies,” said Sandra Battaglini, president of the association.

“We keep having these conversations with them, but we are the sibling they don’t talk about.”

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