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L-R: Dr. Peter Fitzgerald (President, McMaster Children’s Hospital), Bonnie Brittain (Music Therapist), Orna Richter (Development Officer), Gord Bamford and Tracy Akitt (Child Life Clinical Leader). PC: Aaron Lam
September 7, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Gord Bamford (pictured) donates $10K to a Hamilton hospital, a cavalcade of stars will celebrate Joni at 75, and Belly announces a new album. Others in the news include NAFTA, CCMA Top of the Country, The SOCAN Foundation, Dolly Parton, People's Choice Awards, Paradigm Talent Agency, Ensign Broderick, Music Harvest Fest, and farewell Iosif Kobzon. Videos provided for your enjoyment.

September 7, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Canadian cultural protections become a NAFTA issue, Bruce Springsteen ages well on Broadway, and Asian rappers face stereotypes. Others in the headlines include Tsianina Redfeather, Prince, Toby Mamis, Dolores O'Riordan, Aretha, Sistema Toronto, fentanyl, kindie rock, Dilly Dally, Garbage, Drake, Skookum, Paul Brandt, Vancouver opera, and Chinese Festival Halifax.

Stacey Newman via Getty Images
April 9, 2018
by External Source

"Look, I know trade negotiators aren't in the business of ranking the intangibles of life. But wouldn't it be nice if we could consider the plight of our cultural ambassadors alongside our IT guys and hewers of softwood lumber?"

November 8, 2017
by External Source

As the federal government undergoes trade negotiations, and as Parliament begins to embark on a statutory Copyright Act review, helping Canadian businesses succeed in the international market should be top of mind, panelists said at an event hosted by the Pearson Centre today.

Media Beat
October 27, 2017
by David Farrell

A column about media and the regulatory environment within and beyond Canada's borders.

Media Beat
July 24, 2017
by David Farrell

News about media inside and beyond Canada's borders,