CIRAA Links. News. By Music Canada on Jul 06, 2011 Through this site we champion the music industry in Canada and support our members’ efforts to rebuild the marketplace for recorded music.
Music Canada, formerly known as the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) which was founded in 1964, represents Canada’s major record labels and many of the leading independent labels and distributors in this country. We will continue to be an inspirational advocate for our members while also becoming a trusted source for information regarding the music industry and respected forum for dialogue about the opportunities and challenges facing our reinvented industry in Canada. This website will, over time, provide a comprehensive resource on the music industry in Canada with information for those within the industry, and outside of it. One of the most exciting resources is a 35+ year archive of Gold/Platinum Awards in Canada. Come back often. Participate in discussion. We’d love to know what you think. Songwriters Association of Canada. Music Managers Forum Canada. CARAS. Www.cmw.net. CIMA. American Federation of Musicians CANADA.
Français Office of the Vice-President from Canada Alan Willaert Vice President from Canada, AFMawillaert@afm.org Phone: (416) 391-5161, ext. 227 Fax: (416) 391-5165 The Canadian Federation of Musicians [CFM] (formerly referred to as AFM Canada) is the leading professional organization of its kind available to Canadian musicians.
As a complementary, yet independent, office of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (AFM). CFM is managed by AFM’s Vice President from Canada (VPC) and offers a comparative level of service that is uniquely focused on matters of concern to the Canadian membership. As the distinctly Canadian division of AFM we negotiate fair agreements for Canadian members, we diligently work to protect ownership of recorded music, secure benefits such as health care and pension for our membership, and actively lobby legislators on Copyright reform and other matters of interest to professional musicians living and working in Canada.
English. CAPACOA. September 28, 2012 - CAPACOA and PACT initiate discussions with Re:Sound regarding retroactive licensing.
Read more September 28, 2012 - Registration is now open for CAPACOA’s 25 th anniversary conference, Read more September 17, 2012 - Laurie Gillis appointed new Executive Director of the Atlantic Presenters Association. Read more September 12, 2012 - In this issue: Value of Presenting updates, Re:Sound tariffs, house concerts, attendance and vitality, Culture Days and more. September 10, 2012 - An important dialogue on house concerts and other new forms of presenting is undertaken. September 6, 2012 - Do you feel energized after having attended a concert or a play? September 4, 2012 - CAPACOA is producing a short documentary film to celebrate the history of the association to be premiered during the gala award dinner at the 25th annual conference in January. August 3, 2012 - CAPACOA took a strong stance in favour of wellbeing in its federal pre-budget brief. The Canada Council for the Arts - Canada Council for the Arts - Conseil des Arts du Canada.
American Federation of Musicians. CRIAA.