It’s always been a mixed blessing to live next to the economic and cultural behemoth to our south.  On one hand we have access to the world’s largest market, while still enjoying the more liberal and enlightened Canadian life.  On the other hand, they can easily overwhelm us with sheer bulk and easy access to our market.

One of Canada’s most valuable resources – and most profitable exports – is our culture. Per capita, we may be the world’s largest exporter of culture and talent.  This has been made possible by the wise decisions of our hard-working parents and forward-thinking government policy to support the arts in schools and in the marketplace and to provide developmental resources to Canada’s creative class.

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The Day The Music Died

Live Music Industry Awards September 24, 2014 @ 1:12PM