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Job posting: Coordinator, Gold/Platinum Program

Music Canada is currently accepting applications for a Coordinator, Gold/Platinum Program to work out of our Toronto office. For full details, see the job posting. Applications may be submitted by email to jozef+musiccanada@thetalentcode.ca.

Job posting: Director, Communications

Music Canada is currently accepting applications for a Director, Communications to work out of our Toronto office. For full details, see the job posting. Applications may be submitted by email to jozef+musiccanada@thetalentcode.ca.

Music Publishers Canada and Music Canada launch new Songwriting and Music Publishing Award

May 17, 2022, Toronto: Music Publishers Canada and Music Canada are excited to launch their new Songwriting and Music Publishing Award. The award celebrates songwriters’ and music publishers’ contributions to officially certified Canadian Gold and Platinum recordings.  “Songwriters and music publishers have always played a vital role in the creation of Canadian songs ​​that are […]

We're hiring! Music Canada is currently accepting applications for an Director, Communications to work out of our Toronto office.

For full details, including a link to apply, visit
https://musiccanada.com/news/job-posting-director-communications/.

We're hiring! Music Canada is currently accepting applications for an Coordinator, Gold/Platinum Program to work out of our Toronto office.

For full details, including a link to apply, visit https://musiccanada.com/news/job-posting-coordinator-gold-platinum-program/

This #GivingTuesday, please consider donating to @unisonfund. Unison is Canada’s music industry charity helping the most vulnerable in our community access financial & emotional recovery. Visit http://www.unisonfund.ca to donate & learn more about Unison's lifesaving services.

Thank you to all who joined @Music_Canada and @SOCANMusic for an incredible night to celebrate Canada’s music industry!

Music Canada CEO Patrick Rogers joined Michael Raine on the @cdnmusician Podcast to discuss Bill C-11, and what it means for the music industry and broader community.

To listen in, visit https://www.canadianmusicianpodcast.com/episodes/music-canada-ceo-patrick-rogers-on-bill-c-11-why-bringing-cancon-to-streaming-is-so-close-yet-so-far.

Don't miss out!

The 2023 JUNO Awards Submissions Presented by @td_canada early bird deadline is Friday October 14th, but you can submit until October 28th 2022!

For more information, visit: http://junosubmissions.ca

The @TD_Canada #JUNOS Submissions Access Program supports independent Canadian artists from underrepresented communities by covering the cost of submissions† http://www.junoawards.ca/junos-submissions-access-program-powered-by-td

†Conditions apply. Max. 5 submission entry fees per Canadian artist.

Don't miss out!

The 2023 JUNO Awards Submissions Presented by @TD_Canada early bird deadline is TOMORROW, but you can submit until October 28th 2022!

For more information, visit: http://junosubmissions.ca

The AMPLIFY Podcast by @advancemusicca is out today, tune into the first episode below:

Tonight, the @CCMAofficial Music Industry Gala Dinner and Awards celebrates excellence in Canadian country music. Congratulations to all of tonight’s nominees!
https://ccma.org/2022-nominees/ #CCMAAwards

Are you a Cdn Black music industry professional aged 18+? @advancemusicca wants to hear from you! They're conducting a research study on the diversity & value of Black music in the Cdn music industry. Check out http://advancemusic.org/deisurvey to participate & get a chance to win prizes.

We are so excited to launch a new Songwriting & Music Publishing Award, in partnership with @Music_Canada. This new award celebrates the contributions of songwriters’ and music publishers’ contributions to officially certified 🇨🇦 @GoldPlatCA recordings. https://www.musicpublisher.ca/music-publishers-canada-and-music-canada-launch-new-songwriting-and-music-publishing-award/

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