The AFC's Reactivation Program
Opens Apr 13 2022 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Mar 31 2023 03:00 PM (EDT)
Description

The Application Process - What to expect

Step 1: Application 
The application should take about 15 minutes to complete. You'll need to be able to upload documents including a copy of your ID and documentation of your professional work or earnings history over the past five years or so. 

To submit your application, hit the green SUBMIT button at the end, or on the home page (which you'll see after you hit APPLY above). You'll get a pop-up message asking you to confirm that you're ready to submit.

After you submit your application, you will receive an email confirmation from noreply@mail.smapply.net. Please check your spam folder if you do not see this email within 24 hours of applying. If you still haven't received your confirmation email, please see the FAQ for instructions.

If you have already received assistance from Unison's Live Music Workers Fund, Canadian Dance Assembly's Resilience Fund, or la Fondation des Artistes' Reinforcement Program, you cannot also receive assistance from the Reactivation Program. More information about the Reactivation Program, including eligibility information, can be found on artsreactivation.ca.

Step 2: Review

The Client Services Representative team will check your application and email you if we have any follow-up questions or need any other documents. Next, a team of Application Reviewers with extensive professional experience in the live performance sector will review your application. Applications are not scored; instead, they are reviewed to confirm that applications meet all the eligibility criteria mandated by the program.

Step 3: Decision & Payment

If your application is approved, you will receive an email from noreply@mail.smapply.net with your decision.

If your application is declined, you will receive an email including information about the Review Committee's decision. Applicants who disagree with the reason why their application was declined can appeal the decision. To learn more about the appeal process, visit the FAQ.

If your application is missing necessary documentation or includes inaccurate information (I.e., missing unit number/incorrect current address, incorrect Social Insurance Number, etc.), it cannot be reviewed nor processed until you submit the appropriate information.

Once your application is complete, our intention is to advise you of the results of the assessment and, if approved, have a cheque in the mail to you within 45 days. All cheques are processed and mailed by our external payment partner, EP Canada.

To learn more about Canada Post's Delivery Standards, visit their website here. As Canada Post’s website indicates: "Delivery standards are estimates of how long it will take for the mail to be delivered. They’re not guaranteed. Please note: These delivery times exclude the day of mailing."

The AFC’s Reactivation Program is funded by The Government of Canada, through the Department of Canadian Heritage, Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund (CPAWRF).


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The AFC's Reactivation Program


The Application Process - What to expect

Step 1: Application 
The application should take about 15 minutes to complete. You'll need to be able to upload documents including a copy of your ID and documentation of your professional work or earnings history over the past five years or so. 

To submit your application, hit the green SUBMIT button at the end, or on the home page (which you'll see after you hit APPLY above). You'll get a pop-up message asking you to confirm that you're ready to submit.

After you submit your application, you will receive an email confirmation from noreply@mail.smapply.net. Please check your spam folder if you do not see this email within 24 hours of applying. If you still haven't received your confirmation email, please see the FAQ for instructions.

If you have already received assistance from Unison's Live Music Workers Fund, Canadian Dance Assembly's Resilience Fund, or la Fondation des Artistes' Reinforcement Program, you cannot also receive assistance from the Reactivation Program. More information about the Reactivation Program, including eligibility information, can be found on artsreactivation.ca.

Step 2: Review

The Client Services Representative team will check your application and email you if we have any follow-up questions or need any other documents. Next, a team of Application Reviewers with extensive professional experience in the live performance sector will review your application. Applications are not scored; instead, they are reviewed to confirm that applications meet all the eligibility criteria mandated by the program.

Step 3: Decision & Payment

If your application is approved, you will receive an email from noreply@mail.smapply.net with your decision.

If your application is declined, you will receive an email including information about the Review Committee's decision. Applicants who disagree with the reason why their application was declined can appeal the decision. To learn more about the appeal process, visit the FAQ.

If your application is missing necessary documentation or includes inaccurate information (I.e., missing unit number/incorrect current address, incorrect Social Insurance Number, etc.), it cannot be reviewed nor processed until you submit the appropriate information.

Once your application is complete, our intention is to advise you of the results of the assessment and, if approved, have a cheque in the mail to you within 45 days. All cheques are processed and mailed by our external payment partner, EP Canada.

To learn more about Canada Post's Delivery Standards, visit their website here. As Canada Post’s website indicates: "Delivery standards are estimates of how long it will take for the mail to be delivered. They’re not guaranteed. Please note: These delivery times exclude the day of mailing."

The AFC’s Reactivation Program is funded by The Government of Canada, through the Department of Canadian Heritage, Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund (CPAWRF).


Apply
Opens
Apr 13 2022 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Mar 31 2023 03:00 PM (EDT)