Justin Bieber (pictured) announces his 2021 world tour, The Weeknd showcases his hometown, and a new deadline for a Covid-19 Emergency Support Fund. Others in the news include The Flowers Of Hell, Langston Francis, Aldo Nova, The Ropes, Indie Week, Rolly, FAI, Voivod, Evangeline Gentle, Alyssa Reid, Jarrel the Young, ShazamFest, and farewell Peter Green.
The 2020 Canadian Songwriter Challenge is underway, Melanie Peterson (pictured) has a regular live stream, and Universal Honey’s debut is reissued. Also in the news are A2IM Indie Week, CIMA, Music BC, Evangeline Gentle, The Gord Downie Fund, Sierra Noble, DeeDee7, SaskMusic, Bob Dylan, Alberta Music, and farewell Mory Kanté and Bobby Digital.
Carter Chiasson (pictured) is the 2020 MusiCounts Teacher of the Year, Marie-Mai is named Canadian ambassador for Record Store Day, and Fallsview Casino Resort opens a new 5,000 seat entertainment centre. Others making news include Pye Dubois, Luke McMaster, Outside Looking In, The Weeknd, Make Music Matter, Evangeline Gentle, Billie Eilish, and Wade O Brown.
Sass Jordan (pictured) turns to the blues, Kelly Fraser's legacy lives on, and Laurie Anderson holds court in Toronto. Also in the news are Joni Mitchell, the MVP Project, Evangeline Gentle, Kevin Hearn, Joseph Maviglia, CIMA, Folk Alliance, and farewell Terry Jones and Robert Parker. With video.
Irish Mythen (pictured) heads the 2020 Music PEI Awards nominees, Celine Dion’s Courage album falls into an abyss, and Sonic Unyon has two new artists. Also in the news are Anvil, Women's Blues Revue, The Tenors, Kensington Christmas, Frank Marino, Cliff Jones, Bat Out of Hell, the Musical, celebrity real estate, Yoko Ono, Paragon Cause, and farewell Juice WRLD.