The plans include a state-of-the-art retractable seating system, the addition of two new venues and the restoration of the original, 124-year-old stained glass windows.
The Bell Media commissioned farewell Hip concert doc Long Time Running is to air commercial-free this Friday on the CTV network at 8 pm ET, and on Sunday the CBC is set to air Gord Downie’s Secret Path in Concert.
Thinking about our courageous beautiful friend who lived so fully, yes completely, dedicating the time he had to love, to art, and to justice. So many moments when we felt Gord Downie so powerfully. The music yes - always and ever - but also the activism.
Gord Downie, frontman of The Tragically Hip, has died at the age of 53. The band posted a statement online on Wednesday morning, noting that he passed away on Tuesday night (Oct. 17), “with his beloved children and family close by.”
While Gord was a pioneer in many ways, he was old school in terms of core values like loyalty, especially to his family, friends and, his country.
The trade org chose to call its annual general meeting "Playback" and enjoyed an impressive, reflective list of accomplishments in the past 12 months.
Gender parity seems to be moving forward in Canada's music industry, with several organizations either committing to the concept or at least willing to study it.
Monday night, the 28th Montréal SOCAN Awards Gala was held at La TOHU circus complex, with nearly 50 awards presented during the evening. Among these, Robert Charlebois who received two special achievement awards.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
At its AGM in Toronto today, Music Canada released a report that boldly attempts to offer redress for creative communities in music that have seen incomes bludgeoned as a bandwidth of Internet delivery platforms transmitting their content has morphed into a trillion-dollar industry.
(Un)natural Acts star Sean Cullen emcees Andy Kim’s 13th annual Christmas concert that takes place December 6 at Toronto’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre with this year’s proceeds going to the CAMH Gifts of Light charitable program.
Three young operatically-trained Toronto women collectively known as ViVA Trio hold the promise of upending the mostly male-dominated classical crossover space with an album set for release this Friday (with video).