Good News for Live Music Sector in Federal Budget

Good News for Live Music Sector in Federal Budget

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  March 19, 2019
 
Good news out of Ottawa today as the Federal Government announced that the Canada Arts Presentation Fund (CAPF) budget would be increased by $16 million over two years and that the Canada Music Fund – while not […]

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42 Canadian Music Community Groups Commit to Fostering Safe and Respectful Workspaces

42 Canadian music community groups commit to fostering safe and respectful workspaces

Coalition of Canadian music organizations sign Canadian Creative Industries Code of Conduct, announce training & education resources will be available through Unison Benevolent Fund

(la version française est ci-dessous)

March 16, 2019, London, ON: A coalition of Canadian music […]

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Canadian Live Music Association Launches New National Safety Training Program, Inaugural Event March 4th in London, ON

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  February 21, 2019

The Canadian Live Music Association will partner with London-based Anova (working to create a future without violence in London and Middlesex County), Over the Bridge (connecting members of the music industry to mental health and addiction recovery, education, training, and long-term support services) and the London 2019 Host Committee to […]

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Re:Venues: The Importance And Impact Of Toronto’s Live Music Venues

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  February 14, 2019

Toronto – The Canadian Live Music Association, in partnership with the City of Toronto, is pleased to announce the launch of research project “Re:Venues:  The Importance and Impact of Toronto’s Live Music Venues.”

Today’s economic climate, with gentrification and dramatic increases in property values, has brought […]

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