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CBC Work permit fee to increase 42% for Canadian musicians visiting U.S.

Billboard Canadian Federation of Musicians responds to increased U.S. performance permit fees

Huffington Post The U.S. border is killing Canadian bands

Wired Synths and sexism: the female artists smashing through electronic music's glass ceiling

Medium The persistent glass ceiling of music

Huffington Post Google and Amazon leverage copyright loophole to use songs without paying songwriters

That Eric Alpert SOCAN partners with Core Rights, Re:Sound, to build new canadian digital licensing marketplace/platform

MTV How Vine changed music: the video app transformed black youth culture in six seconds or less

Pitchfork Apple losing USB is a loss for music

Decoded Magazine Slovenian techno stalwart UMEK heads a new electronic music data platform – Viberate

Vice Vancouver’s angriest punk and metal promoter on battling slumlords and hipsters

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