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MuchFACT Announces Fund Recipients for December Music Committee

Bell Media’s MuchFACT (A Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) announced the 23 fund recipients from the December 1, 2022 music committee meeting. With 183 applications considered, a total of $452,900 was awarded to Canadian musicians in the following categories: Content Package, Music Video, Online Music Video/Project, and Digital Tools.

MuchFACT continues to encourage the growth of Canadian artists through funding innovative videos. The video for A Tribe Called Red’s new single “The Virus” (feat. Saul Williams), which received a $50,000 video content award fromMuchFACT in October 2022, offers socially conscious commentary on the conflict surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock in the U.S. Since being uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday, the video, which was produced in collaboration with Bell Media’s newly announced creative hub DAIS, has already been viewed more than 31,000 times.

MuchFACT fund recipients from the December 1, 2022 music committee meeting are as follows:

Content Package
Feist – “Pleasure”
Zeds Dead f. NGHTMRE & GG Magree – “Frontlines”

Music Video
Grandtheft – “Gold”
We Are Wolves – “I Don’t Mind”
REZZ – “Relax”
BLEEKER – “Where’s Your Money”
Charlotte Cardin – “Indie-Pop”
Saya – “Death Proof”
Tasha The Amazon – “Watch It Burn”
Jazz Cartier – “Tempted”

Online Music Video Project
Jesus Complex f. Sway Clarke – “NÜ LA”
Derek Wise – “Disconnected”
Allan Rayman – “Wolf”
Kuri – “Human Nature”
DIANA – “Moment of Silence”
Sam Tudor – “Truthful”
BROS – “Couldn’t Hear a Thing”
Groenland – “Cabin”
Geoffroy – “Raised by Wolves”
Wasiu – “No Jumper”
King Reign – “Santa Romeo”

Digital Tools
Shy Kids – “Feel Like a Failure”
Scott Helman – “Solve the Solvable”

The next deadline for submitting MuchFACT applications is Thursday, January 12, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Applications can be submitted at