Commercial Film and Photography Application Guidelines for Aulavik, Ivvavik and Tuktut Nogait National Parks

The Parks Canada Western Arctic Field Unit

Appendix A - DISCOUNTS APPLICABLE TO ALL FEES

The discounts detailed in the chart below vary accordingly to the type of client (government, non-profit organizations, student or commercial) and according to the content. These discounts are applicable to all fees contained in these guidelines.

Definition of Content

Scenery:

  1. Projects that use a location and an identifiable national park.
  2. Projects that use a location purely as a backdrop or scenery with no reference to the park’s significance.

Communication Objectives:

  1. Projects that present Parks Canada high priority messages without necessarily mentioning the Agency (i.e. ecological and commemorative integrity).
  2. Projects that contribute to the overall mandate of informing, influencing and involving Canadians (e.g. youth, schools, tourism promotion, etc.).

Primary Use:

  1. Primary outcome of the project is either educational, or linked to tourism promotion or to entertainment.

Schedule of Discounts1 (Based on content and client)

Content Client    

Type of Project

Government

Non-profit organization/student

Commercial

 

Percent of Discount

   

Scenery

Identifiable national park

Backdrop

 


5%

0%

 


10%

0%

 


0%

0%

Communication Objectives

High priority messages

Support of Parks Canada’s Engaging Canadians Strategy

 


25%

25%

 


50%

50%

 


15%

15%

Primary Use

Educational

Tourism promotion

Entertainment

 

35%

35%

0%

 

50%

50%

0%

 

15%

15%

0%

Calculate applicable fee based on appropriate fee schedule and then apply discount as calculated above.

1- Discounts are additive by column to a maximum of 100%