The Ottawa Music Industry Coalition is partnering with businesses to kickstart the local industry
Ottawa Music Industry Coalition
Local industry says time is of the essence to allow tourism businesses to cash in on what’s traditionally their busiest time of year.
Through a new crowdfunding campaign, the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition is supporting artists – and, in turn, the wider business community
The money will go to musicians whose livelihoods have been upended by the COVID-19 crisis.
Mary Jelley has played a key role in the success of Canadian stars such as Blue Rodeo, Great Big Sea and Ottawa native Alanis Morrissette.
Industry group's new boss has a daunting task ahead: sustaining an industry that makes its money from people congregating in large groups when such gatherings are now banned.
Fund is part of city's three-year strategy to promote local musicians and businesses that cater to them.
Few people have had a better vantage point from which to witness the maturation of Ottawa’s music industry than Mark Monahan.
Music City, Canada? If Jeff Leiper has his way, that will be Ottawa one day – and the region’s economy, he says, will be stronger for it.
To those who think Canada’s capital is a graveyard for music venues and businesses that cater to them, Byron Pascoe has a message: the industry in Ottawa is alive and well.