Coming Grant Deadlines for Fall 2022

Oct 20, 2022
Need to Know
NEW! Deadline extended to November 15 at 5pm
Museums Assistance Program (MAP)
Canadian Heritage funding opportunities
Read more about MAP
2022: A Celebration of OMA's 50th Anniversary
2022 is the Ontario Museum Association’s 50th Anniversary! 
Watch a video message HERE!

There is still time to register! Join us at OMA Annual Conference 2022 - Nov. 7 & 21
NEW! Deadline extended to November 15 at 5pm
Museums Assistance Program (MAP)
Canadian Heritage funding opportunities

The Access to Heritage, Indigenous Heritage and Collections Management components of the Museums Assistance Program application period is now open. The deadline to apply for these components is Tuesday, November 15, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. EST.

For full details on program eligibility and information on how to apply, please visit Museums Assistance Program page.

Applicants are encouraged to contact a program advisor to discuss their project before they apply.

How to apply

Applications are accepted through the Canadian Heritage Funding Portal (CHFP). To apply through the portal, you will need to complete a four-step online application process. If you have previously used the Portal, skip steps 2 and 3, as you will already have an Applicant Profile.

1. Sign in – Using a Partner Site (on-line banking) or Sign-in (or Register) Using GCKey

The User then sets up the Applicant Profile (about your organization) and registers the organization.  The User should be the Authorized Representative, someone with signing authority for your organization. The Authorized Representative will be considered the signatory on the application form.

3. Register your Organization (ONLY IF YOU ARE A NEW APPLICANT IN THE PORTAL)
To register your organization, you will need the following documents:

  • Proof of your organization’s legal status (letters patent/incorporation documents, partnership agreements, constitution, bylaws or other recognized documentation).
  • Direct Deposit Enrollment Form, stamped by a financial institution or accompanied by one supporting document (a void cheque, banking letter, or management letter).  Direct Deposit Enrollment Forms can be downloaded from the portal.

4. Submit an Online Application Form
Submit an Online Application through the Canadian Heritage Funding Portal:

  • Select which MAP component you will be applying for
  • Each component has its own list of required documents to be submitted with the application
  • Some Components are on page 2 of Funding opportunities

Applicants are encouraged to contact a program advisor to discuss their project before they apply.

Contact Canadian Heritage:
In English:
Bruce Borysiuk 
Sarah Hill 
Yun (Lorenzo) Li 
In French or English:
Roger Brathwaite 
Jessie Larabie 

For further information:
Contact the nearest regional office of the Department of Canadian Heritage
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
Telephone: 1-866-811-0055
TTY (Teletype for the hearing impaired): 1-888-997-3123

CCI accepts Conservation Treatment
requests forms between Nov. 1- 30

Canadian Conservation Institute

The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) offers conservation treatments on objects and works of art in order to prevent further deterioration, to aid interpretation or to re-establish culturally significant qualities. Treatments can range from minimal stabilization to more extensive restorations.

Who can apply?

  • museums, archives, libraries and historic sites, whose principal role is to acquire, conserve, communicate, exhibit and conduct research on permanent heritage collections that are accessible to the Canadian public

How to apply

  • complete the conservation treatment request form. Please note that only the following types of objects will be considered in the 2022 review period:
    • books,
    • photographs,
    • works of art on paper such as prints and drawings

Application period

  • Unless otherwise specified, applications for treatment services can be submitted between November 1 and November 30. Clients are informed of the results of the assessment by January 30

Read more about eligibility and how to apply HERE.

Digital Museums Canada
Call for Proposals and Information Session

Virtual Information Session November 3rd at 1 p.m. EDT

Does your organization have a compelling story that could be told using a digital platform? Do you need funding or expert guidance?
Digital Museums Canada (DMC) is the largest national investment program dedicated to supporting digital projects developed by Canadian museum and heritage organizations. 
Through our annual Call for Proposals, eligible organizations are invited to apply for up to $250,000 in investment funding for digital projects to create incredible online experiences that engage current and future audiences.
The 2022 Call for Proposals closes on December 1 at 5 p.m. EST.
Need help with your proposal? Register for a free, virtual information session November 2nd (French) and November 3rd (English) to get knowledge, tools and resources that you can use to make your application stand out. 
Visit for more information and to register for the session.

Resilient Communities Fund grant
application available November 9
Ontario Trillium Foundation

This fund supports the recovery efforts of organizations impacted by COVID-19 and helps them respond with immediate, medium, and longer-term recovery projects.

  • Applicants can apply for a minimum of $10,000, and up to $200,000, with a maximum of $100,000 per year.
  • Grant application available starting Wednesday, November 9, 2022. 
  • Deadline to apply December 7, 2022 at 5 p.m. ET

The grant supports projects that help rebuild an organization’s capacity, enhance their resiliency, and meet the changing needs of their communities. Projects should be focused on: 

  • developing new approaches;
  • starting new activities;
  • adjusting strategies, or 
  • planning for future challenges 

Applicants who received a Resilient Communities Fund grant from the April 6, 2022 deadline are not eligible to apply for this round.

Read more HERE.


CMA Federal Budget Submission
Canadian Museums Association (CMA)

In advance of the upcoming federal budget discussions by the Finance Committee in the House of Commons, the CMA submitted a brief outlining the museum sector's most pressing matters. The submission gives three primary recommendations:

  • Recommendation 1: That the Government of Canada establish a funding component within the Museum Assistance Program (MAP) to support repatriation of Indigenous Belongings
  • Recommendation 2: That the Government of Canada establish a funding component within the MAP to support capacity-building for Indigenous cultural centres and Indigenous-led heritage organizations.
  • Recommendation 3: That funding for the recommended dedicated MAP components be incremental to current 2022 MAP allocations.

Read the full submission HERE.

The CMA also worked with the Visual Arts Alliance (VAA) to complete a submission pushing for stronger support of the visual arts:

VAA List of Recommendations (selection):

Operational Supports
1. Provide funding through Canadian Heritage and the Canada Council for the Arts to help arts organizations employ and retain a larger workforce to address the current labour shortage in the cultural sector.
2. Provide funding to arts organizations that is directed toward increasing day-to-day operational costs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and higher inflation rates.
3. Expand eligibility requirements so visual artists and arts organizations can apply to programs that support digital activities through the Canada Council for the Arts and Canadian Heritage.
4. Increase the amount given to the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) to account for infrastructure projects now deemed necessary because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Federal Basic Income Guarantee Implementation
5. Provide a Federal Basic Income Guarantee for all Canadians which will reduce poverty, stabilize incomes and simplify the complex web of benefits and programs available to Canadians. Statistics show artists generally earn 46% less than general labour.

New National Museums Strategy
8. Review and update the National Museum Policy to reflect the significant new realities the visual arts sector is facing, as well as to support the sector-wide implementation of UNDRIP and support for Indigenous self-determination in the heritage sector.
9. Renew the Exhibition Transportation Service (ETS) to help alleviate the increasing costs associated with travelling art exhibitions and generate increased visitation/tourism.

Read the full VAA submission HERE.
OMA's 50th Anniversary
2022 is the Ontario Museum Association’s 50th Anniversary! We are celebrating 50 years of advancing a strong museum sector for Ontario with staff and volunteers from the province’s 700 museums, galleries, and heritage sites. To commemorate this occasion, we are hosting a year-long series of online activities, culminating at the OMA Annual Conference 2022 in Hamilton in November.
We welcome everyone to join the celebration of our 50th anniversary
and to visit a museum near you!
We want to hear from you!

Share a congratulatory video message to mark this commemorative occasion.

  • What does the OMA mean to you?
  • Tell us about a fond memory you have of the OMA.
  • With the OMA’s support, my museum/I was able to…
  • What is your future wish for the OMA and/or Ontario museums?
  • I am proud to be an OMA member because…
  • Why are Ontario museums important?

We plan to share these messages throughout our anniversary year across digital platforms and at the OMA Annual Conference 2022.

Read more and submit your message HERE.

Submit your message
For the past 50 years, the OMA has advocated for the vital role of Ontario's museums to society, promoted emerging best practices through professional development, strengthened a collaborative network of Ontario museums, and fostered a culture of innovation and excellence. Its members have shaped and embraced the nature of museum work in service of their communities.
The OMA fulfills its mandate through our ongoing roles as an advocateprofessional bodythought leader and convenor. Throughout our Anniversary year, we will feature highlights from past projects, initiatives and events.

As a convenor, the OMA serves as the nexus of a strong network, building a more collaborative, professional and connected sector, through effective communications, and the provision of valuable resources and services. The OMA Annual Conference connects Ontario's museum community, the largest in Canada, bringing together museum professionals, cultural leaders and decision-makers. Recently, in 2021, the OMA held a virtual conference offering the museum sector an opportunity to reconnect with colleagues on the theme of "Reopening, Recovery and Reimagination." Sessions focused on member participation and discussions on a renewed operations funding model, the digital transformation of museums, and how to support a diverse workforce.

In addition, the OMA facilitates sectoral gatherings through various symposia and meetings, including the Indigenous Collections Symposium (2017 and 2021), Inclusive Museum Leadership Symposium (2018), Accessibility Symposium (2012) and Colloquia on Learning in Museums. In 2021, during the persisting challenges of the pandemic, the OMA provided support to Ontario’s museums and museum workers to participate in the province’s reopening and recovery through online webinars, member check-ins and regular e-communications.

The OMA continues to be supportive and responsive to members’ needs through strengthening the province-wide network of Regional Museum Networks (RMNs). Together with the OMA, RMNs work to facilitate communication, consultation and information exchange on issues of common interest, including best practices, advocacy and professional development initiatives.

Additionally, through the museumsuccession project, the OMA saw the formation of the Group of Ontario Emerging Museum Professionals (GOEMP)– an online community to empower, support, and create a network of emerging museum professionals within Ontario’s museum sector. We continue to collaborate with GOEMP to host Ask Me Anything, an online series of webinars, and Conference Connections which both serve to connect emerging museum professionals with highly experienced professionals.

In 2022, the OMA and academic partner George Brown College partnered to facilitate the design charrette, Creating a Vision of Museums in a Digital Future, to explore how digitization can be incorporated into museums in the future. During the creative work session, museum professionals, designers and industry experts came together to collaborate, brainstorm and discuss new ideas about modernization in the museums sector.

The OMA continues to work with fellow National, Provincial, and Territorial Museums Association (NPTMA) colleagues on the new National Museum Policy and its development. Referencing the new international ICOM Museum Definition, the OMA will work with NPTMA's to ensure that the process considers advancing reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, furthering digital transformation, encouraging equity, diversity and inclusion, and seeking opportunities for improved financial stability for Ontario museums.

Looking back: OMA Annual Conference Highlights
Photos (left to right) top: 1. Award of Excellence recipients at Conference 2019, Natalie Wood and Peggy Hause for Brockville Museum, Khadija Aziz, Bill Jeffery, Andrea for Craigleith Heritage Depot, Anna Patterson and Kevin Puddister for Dundas Museum & Archives, and Marty Brent 2. Study-tour participants at Conference 2019, 3. Delegates in the photobooth at Conference 2017 in Kingston
Bottom: 4. Cheryl Blackman speaking at Conference 2019 5. The Vox Aeris Brass Trio at Conference 2018, 6. Rick Hill, Keynote Speaker at Conference 2019, 7. Tradeshow at Conference 2016.
Let's get together! 2022 is the Ontario Museum Association’s 50th Anniversary, and we are so thrilled to welcome members back to both an in-person and online conference this year! Discover the fascinating speakers, sessions and exhibitors:
See the full Program HERE
Session Highlight: Monday November 7 In Person
Prioritizing Relationships: Practical Strategies for Community Building in Museum Management, Exhibitions, Policy and Programs

Speakers: Sam Cronk, Head of Content and Visitor Experience, Ken Seiling Region of Waterloo Museum, Heather George, Guest Curator, Woodland Centre; President, Canadian Museums Association, Armando Perla, Chief Curator, Toronto History Museums; Vice President, Canadian Museums Association, Raven Spiratos, Curator in Residence, BAND Gallery.

Drawing on professional experiences from museums across Ontario, our panel discusses practical approaches, challenges and opportunities for prioritizing and evaluating effective community-building through exhibits, policy, programs and staffing. Our focus is “relationality” – an extended sense of kinship foundational to Indigenous philosophies that emphasizes accountability and centres anti-racist and anti-colonial research and knowledge sharing.

Read more about the session HERE.

Session Highlight: Monday November 21 Online

The ABC’s of Podcasting: "Hear Our Stories" and Embracing Change
Speakers: Harkamal Ajrha, Podcast Co-Creator, City of Waterloo Museum, Julia Barclay, Museum Technician, City of Waterloo Museum, Karen Vanderbrink, Manager, Museum and Archival Collections, City of Waterloo Museum, Sarah Cozzarin, Podcast Co-Creator, City of Waterloo Museum.

In this session, podcast hosts Harkamal Ajrha, Julia Barclay, and Sarah Cozzarin will discuss the processes behind the Hear Our Stories Podcast, a project hosted by the City of Waterloo Museum that shares stories from the 2SLGBTQIA+ community in Kitchener-Waterloo. Attendees will learn about the strategies employed by the project team for effective community engagement and how they embraced change in order to do so from the perspectives of project supervisor, team, and participant.

Read more about the session HERE.

Listen to episodes of the Hear Our Stories podcast by the City of Waterloo Museum HERE.
Conference Connections Mentorship Program
Deadline Extension - October 21!

Join us as a mentor or mentee on Monday November 7, 2022 at the OMA Annual Conference in Hamilton for your very own Conference Connection!

Conference Connections is a successful mentorship program co-coordinated by the Group of Ontario Emerging Museum Professionals Committee (GOEMP) and the Ontario Museum Association (OMA). It is designed to introduce Emerging Museum Professionals (EMPs) to more established museum professionals, facilitating professional networking and exchange.

Note: Mentors and mentees will be paired before Conference and can meet during the networking break (1:45 - 2:30pm).

Register as a Mentor or Mentee by October 21, 2022 HERE.

Register Today!
Post-Conference Study Tours

See you in Hamilton! We are thrilled to share the 2022 OMA Study Tours on Tuesday November 8, proceeding the Annual Conference. Explore the local area’s culture and heritage with two engaging tours: Dundas Museum and Archives and Hamilton Civic Museums.

It’s the Little Things: Small Steps Towards Continuous Improvement at the Hamilton Civic Museums
Hamilton, ON
9:30pm - 5:00pm

The Dundas Experience
Dundas Museum and Archives (Dundas, ON)
9:30am - 5:00pm

Learn about the itineraries and register HERE.
Read about Dundas Museum & Archives' recent exhibit in the Hamilton Spectator - Dundas history comes alive in glass negative photo show at Dundas Museum and Archives
Study Tours will depart from the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel (116 King Street West, Hamilton, ON, L8P 4V3) and return to the same location. All transportation, admission to each site and lunch is included in the registration fee.

Learn about the Registration Terms, Conditions & Cancellation Policy HERE.

If you have any particular accessibility requirements, and did not note these on your registration form, please reach out to our Professional Development Assistant, Megan Brohm, at or the OMA office by phone at 416-348-8672 or 1-866-662-8672 by October 21, 2022. If you would like to be responded to by a particular method, such as email or telephone, please specify your preference.
Register Today!
More to See & Do in Hamilton

We are excited to share that several local museums in Hamilton will extend complimentary in-person admission to Conference participants from
November 5 - 13, 2022. Visit before Conference or after!

Thanks to our leading partner, City of Hamilton, we are pleased to offer the following special opportunities and free admissions: Hamilton Civic Museums

  • Battlefield House Museum & Park NHS
  • Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology NHS
  • Whitehern Historic House & Garden NHS
  • Hamilton Military Museum
  • Dundurn National Historic Site
  • Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum

Additional local museums will extend complimentary admission to their sites:

We look forward to gathering with you at OMA Annual Conference!
  • Monday, November 7, 2022 In-person (Hamilton) – select sessions live-streamed
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022 (Hamilton) Study Tours
  • Monday, November 21, 2022 Online – Full day of interactive online sessions
Register Today!
Book Your Accommodation for the In-person Conference HERE.
In case of unavailability on hotel rooms at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel on November 7, a number of rooms have been set aside for OMA delegates at Staybridge Suites Hamilton - Downtown (5 minute walk from the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel). Book your accommodation HERE.

Learn about the Health & Wellbeing Policies and Practices HERE.
Learn about the Registration Terms, Conditions & Refund Policy HERE.

Contact Us:
Tel: 416-348-8672
Toll-free in Ontario: 1-866-662-8672
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Other PD Opportunities
Upcoming webinar: Re-Org at the West Parry Sound District Museum
Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries & Historic Sites

Thursday October 20, 2022
10:00am to 12:00pm

In 2015, the West Parry Sound District Museum was lucky enough to be chosen to take part in Re-Org Canada, an initiative designed to assist museums dealing with poorly documented collections and inadequate storage conditions. Join Curator/Manager, Nadine Hammond, and Collections Supervisor, Amy Sultana, as they discuss what the project entailed, how they tore apart the collections storage, and some of the ventures that arose from the initiative including a Found in Collection project and an exhibition entitled “Look What We Found!” 

Join us for a conversation about being forced to ask hard questions about collections management, access, use and need.

Read more and register HERE.

Upcoming webinar: Canadian Non-Profit Sector Salary & Benefits Report: The Pandemic Edition
Charity Village

Thursday October 27, 2022
1:00pm to 2:00pm

On October 27, join us for a free webinar for a basic introduction to our brand new 2022 Canadian Nonprofit Sector Salary & Benefits Report, where we’ll review of the executive summary and provide tips and pointers on how to read the report and interpret the data.

The webinar will cover information for both employers and individuals, so there will be something for everyone, regardless of where you sit on the hiring equation.

Here are some general learning objectives for this webinar: 

  • A review of the methodology and who participated 
  • Highlights from the report 
  • How to put the compensation benchmarks to use – for employers and individuals 
  • Making the case for a higher nonprofit salary

Read more and register HERE.

Upcoming webinar: Lunch and Learn Talk: Imposter Syndrome with Sarah Pearson
McDougall Cottage Historic Site

Wednesday November 9th, 2022
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Imposter syndrome... it’s that nagging feeling that you're not really as good at things as people think you are, or that it's only a matter of time before you're found out. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone! 

Imposter syndrome is an occupational hazard in workplaces and beyond. But feeling like we don't quite belong where we are can have a damaging effect on us longer-term and can impact many areas of our lives. 

In this workshop we will explore the different types of imposter syndrome, what may be causing them, and what the research shows can help us move beyond it. We'll look at how gender, race and other identities contribute to imposter syndrome, and how to make small changes in the way we relate to others and ourselves that can create more supportive, connective workplace environments and communities. 

If you find yourself dealing with imposter syndrome in some area of your life, or know people who do, this online workshop is for you!

Read more and register HERE.

Upcoming talk: “The Future of Culture is ...” with Jay Pitter
Ontario Heritage Trust

In Person 
Wednesday November 16th, 2022

The Ontario Heritage Trust is excited to announce that Jay Pitter is the Heritage Matters Live 2022 speaker and will be giving a talk called “The Future of Culture is ...” Pitter’s incredible experience in placemaking, as well as her broader work in the culture sector, will make for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion that touches on designing equitable and inclusive spaces.

Pitter’s work is on the cutting edge of understanding and grappling with our complicated histories while ensuring an equitable and inclusive future. Examples of her projects include:

  • working with the City of Toronto to develop a Cultural District Program Proposal and a Little Jamaica Master Plan
  • engaging the community regarding a statue to Queen Victoria and local efforts to decolonize public spaces, for the City of Kitchener
  • leading the project to reimagine the Cheapside Confederate monument in Lexington, Kentucky, with site practice and research to address the community impacts of these public commemorations

At the end of the talk, there will be an onstage panel discussion with Pitter and a number of guests who will share examples of the tangible ways that individuals and organizations can meet the positive vision for the future laid out in Pitter’s presentation.

Read more and buy tickets HERE.

Upcoming workshop: The Actionable Strategic Plan
Pillar Non Profit Network

Thursday December 1st, 2022
9:00am - 12:00pm

This workshop will make it easier for staff and volunteers of social impact organizations to develop and execute on their strategic plan through the use of practical tools and templates. Participants will walk away with the ability to develop: a plan to engage stakeholders, a one to two page strategic plan, and an action plan to meet your goals.  This session will help focus your organization’s priorities so you can offer the best possible support to enable your clients and community to thrive.

In this workshop you will learn about:

  • What makes an effective strategic plan

  • The steps needed to develop an effective and actionable strategic plan

  • How to implement your strategic plan and move towards actions

  • How to identify and engage the people at the center of your strategic plan

  • The four step process to successful human-centered strategic planning

    • Organizational Reflection

    • Stakeholder Engagement

    • Strategy Co-creation

    • Actions & Implementation

  • Simple tools and templates to help your organization and team create an actionable strategic plan

Read more and buy tickets HERE.

Upcoming OMA Dates
Conference Connections Mentorship Program - OMA Annual Conference Registration deadline Oct. 21

Call for Members for the 2023 Nominations Committee - deadline Oct. 21, 2022

OMA Annual General Meeting - Oct. 28, 2022 (online)

OMA Annual Conference 2022 - Nov. 7 & 21 (in-person and online)

Post - Conference Study Tours - OMA Annual Conference - Nov. 8 (in-person)
OMA Online Annual General Meeting

The Ontario Museum Association will hold its 2022 Annual General Meeting virtually on Friday, October 28, 2022 at 10:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. 

Members can participate by registering HERE.
Please find the following AGM documents HERE:

  • AGM Agenda 
  • 2021 AGM Minutes
  • Audited Summary Financial Statements 2021-2022
  • Council Nominations Slate
  • Call for Members of the 2023 Nominations Committee
  • AGM Motion Form
  • AGM Proxy Form

Call for Members for the 2023 Nominations Committee
The OMA is calling for nominations for up to three individual OMA members in good standing who would be interested and willing to serve as members of the 2023 Nominations Committee to be elected by members at the AGM. Please fill out the Nominations form by October 21, 2022 and send it to

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Support Ontario’s Museums: Donate Now!
As museums across Ontario face the challenges of reopening safely and renewing relationships with your communities, the OMA is here for you. Your support, participation, and membership make our work possible.

If you are already an OMA member, thank you! Please renew your membership when you receive an email reminder. If you are not yet a member, please consider an individual, institutional, or commercial membership for yourself, your colleagues, or your institution. You can find information about member categories and benefits on our website.

You can make a donation to the OMA on our website or through Canada Helps. Every contribution adds to the collective strength of our sector. Thank you for your support!
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