Toronto, July 13, 2011: Music Canada is pleased to present, on behalf of the employees of the major record labels in Canada, awards of appreciation to M.P. Dean Del Mastro and former M.P. Dan McTeague, in recognition of their efforts to save jobs in the music industry.
Pictured are Charlie Millar of Warner Music Canada, Darlene Gilliland of Universal Music Canada, Dan McTeague and M.P. Dean Del Mastro(at the podium).
Toronto, July 7, 2011: Effective immediately, the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) will be known as Music Canada.
Music Canada is a non-profit trade organization that represents Canada’s major labels. Music Canada promotes the interests of its members as well as their partners, the artists. Those members are EMI Music Canada, Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc., Universal Music Canada Inc. and Warner Music Canada Co. In addition, Music Canada offers specific benefits to some of the leading independent labels and distributors in Canada.
Music Canada will support its members’ efforts to rebuild the marketplace for recorded music.
The first major effort of Music Canada is the launch of a music portal designed to become a comprehensive resource for the music industry.
musiccanada.com provides information and resources to those within the industry, as well as our partners in government, media, and business. Consumers will also find valuable information guiding them towards effective and legal ways to access and use music.
One of the most exciting resources is a 35 year archive of Gold/Platinum Awards in Canada. Our Gold/Platinum Awards Program was launched in 1975 to celebrate milestone sales of music in Canada. The online archive allows all those who love music to explore the historical timeline of popular records.
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For more information: Amy Terrill
Music Canada statement.july 2011.pdf
By Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association on Feb 28, 2011
February, 2011 – A joint study undertaken by Ipsos and Oxford Economics, on behalf of the Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association (CMPDA), measures the scale of harm caused by movie piracy on Canadian jobs and the economy.
Economic Consequences of Movie Piracy – Canada
Toronto, ON (November 24, 2010) — The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) is pleased to announce Deane Cameron, President, EMI Music Canada, as the recipient of the 2011 Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award. Cameron made history in 1988 when he became the youngest Canadian President of a major music label, EMI Music Canada, and has since been a premier voice for the advancement of Canadian artists and the music industry. He will be honoured at the 2011 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards held in Toronto, ON, this coming March.
Toronto, May 13, 2010 – The Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) and Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) today welcomed the US Federal Court ruling yesterday against Limewire, a US-based online file sharing service with extensive reach in Canada and around the world.
CIMA-CRIA Joint Release – Limewire 2010-05-13
Toronto, April 23, 2010 – The Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) today issued the following statement on private copying levies.
Statement_Private Copying Levy_Apr 23 2010