Music Industry

SOCAN helps showcase emerging Montréal Anglophone members in Los Angeles

Aiza, Clerel, Kallitechnis among beneficiaries of new progra...

Leah Marlene’s songwriting makes Katy Perry cry

Her journey on American Idol – and beyond

Supreme Court of Canada Recognizes Legal Significance of “Making Available”

It's an important affirmation of SOCAN members’ and client...

Live music workers can apply now for one-time $2,500 payment

Unison to administer a total of $16.9 million via Live Music...

How the song happened: “Find A Way”

Dani Saldo and Troy Junker create a positive anthem

Total SOCAN royalties to members increased in 2021 to $353 million

But average SOCAN writer-member realized only $67 for use of...

Publishing: APEM celebrates 20 years, at the Francos

An interview with the association’s executive director

Decision-Makers: Joëlle Robillard, Executive Director of Musique Nomade

“You can’t cherry-pick a single fight, you have to fight...

SATE: From self-doubt to revelation

“This is my rock! This is my voice!”

Decision-Makers: Che Kothari

Manifesto founder now raising awareness about soil extinctio...

Advance Québec: Moving Québec’s music industry forward

An interview with Widney Bonfils, Chairman of the Board

Canada’s fastest-growing centre of new music creators: Toronto’s Dufferin-Dovercourt Village

Brampton, Ont., takes three places in the top 10; Montréal ...

Lights: Making pop with PEP

And rocking harder than ever

SOCAN brings in more than ever for Canada’s songwriters, composers, music publishers

Continued growth, but average total streaming royalties only...

Canadian Live Music Association presents study results about IBPOC representation

Findings to inform development of action plan for more inclu...

Neon Dreams come true in South Africa

JUNO-winning duo go Platinum there

Stand Up for C-11!

Support the Online Streaming Act, ensuring the future of Can...

SOCAN Foundation’s Charlie Wall-Andrews becomes Co-Chair of Canadian Music Week 2022

For the 40th annual edition of the event

Supporting the Future of Canadian Expression

Why Broadcasting Act reform must happen now – Part 4

SOCAN contributes $50,000 to “Creators for Ukraine”

To support Ukrainian creators, refugees forced to flee the c...