The tireless champion of the rights of composers, authors and publishers, he passed away on the weekend.
Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly has employed quiet diplomacy to welcome the expansion of global Internet platforms into Canada with certain provisos.
At the trade org's AGM in Toronto, president Stuart Johnston expressed optimism about the government's support of the independent music sector.
The Heritage minister unveiled her government's plan to sling-shot Canada's cultural policy into the digital arena at a high-powered lunch in Ottawa today. We have the transcript, so read on...
With the blessing of the CRTC, Bell Media has unplugged grant-based funding of music videos and EPKs long after its primary channels aired either. From Bell's perspective, it was time to stop underwriting content destined for YouTube.
Toronto's Queen Alexandra Middle School received $10K worth of new instruments for its music program plus a visit from the popular rockers on Wednesday morning.
Montreal's Caveboy, London ON's Ivory Hours, and Halifax's Quake Matthews have been selected as the 2018 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners, a distinction that comes with a kit of career enhancements.
Alan Willaert and the Canadian Federation of Musicians (CFM) are on the warpath to change how music showcases have operated for aeons in Canada and abroad.
Jonathan Simkin and Chad Kroeger’s Vancouver-based record label, 604 Records, is prepping a clutch of four original albums from some of Canada’s most talented comics.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
The music biz road hockey warriors were part of a world record-breaking fundraiser in Toronto on Saturday that amassed $2.6M for the fight against cancer.
The French Canadian author, composer, musician, performer and actor has been famous forever it would seem and is perhaps best known for the songs "Lindberg" and "Je reviendrai à Montréal."