|First issue||March/April 1979|
|Company||Norris-Whitney Communications Inc.|
|Based in||Niagara Falls, Ontario|
History and profile
Canadian Musician was launched by Jim Norris in Toronto in 1979. The premier issue was published in March/April 1979. The magazine's primary area of interest is to profile Canadian musicians and musical events. The magazine also writes articles on the Canadian music business and features articles on musical equipment and technology. The magazine covers a broad spectrum of artists from a variety of musical genres. It is distributed internationally through subscription and across music and record stores and newsstands in Canada. The headquarters is in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
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