If you haven’t booked your seat for the CIMA Celebration & Awards Gala, time is running out, and available seats are going fast.
The Ontario Government released its annual Budget last week, and it has profound impacts on the Ontario Music Fund (OMF).
The fifth annual in Toronto on June 10 honours four stalwarts of Canada's independent music sector, while three nominees compete for the Marketing Award.
Canadian Independent Music Industry Association president Stuart Johnston maps out the coalition's agenda for the next 12 months. Its ambitious objectives include legislative and copyright reforms, robust funding proposals, and a more expeditious process for Canadian musicians crossing the border to work.
The Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) has issued a statement congratulating Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Canada’s music industry can proudly thump its chest with an ever-growing number of artists succeeding on the world stage, but the economy backing its infrastructure that provides equitable remuneration to its rank-and-file and developmental artists is in need of fresh grease.
Yesterday's federal budget failed to provide much-needed additional support for the Canadian Independent music sector at a time when the Canadian Music Fund desperately needs topping up, trade org president Stuart Johnston said late yesterday.
At the trade org's AGM in Toronto, president Stuart Johnston expressed optimism about the government's support of the independent music sector.
A Who's Who of the Canadian independent music scene gathered in Toronto event space The Glass Factory last night for the third annual CIMA Celebration & Awards Gala. Photo @DavidLeyes
If progress can be measured in terms of expansion, then the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) has made substantial progress in its figh
With the organization's 3rd annual Celebration & Awards Gala just 10 days away, on June 12, CIMA President Stuart Johnston took time to respond