Anyone can contribute. Share, edit, or browse pages related to Canadian music.
Welcome to the Canadian Music Wiki, an online resource created by CBC Radio 3
and Amanda Ash
from the University of British Columbia Graduate School of Journalism
. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of MITACS Accelerate
This project is dedicated to using collaborative and social media to enrich Canada's music scene by creating a comprehensive guide to Canadian music. We welcome your contributions.
The Canadian Music Wiki is a wiki, meaning you can edit nearly any page at any time. This wiki strives to encourage artists, media and fans alike to contribute their knowledge to this digital resource. We hope it will serve as Canada's hub for everything music-related. So don't be shy; head over to the Getting Started
page and learn how you can contribute. It's easy and fun!
Here are a few brief guidelines to follow:
1. Please keep a neutral point-of-view when contributing. The wiki pages aren't for opinion or discussion. They're for facts, biographical information and basic knowledge. However, we encourage you to click on the "discussion" links on each page if you want to start a conversation or share your thoughts. We're sure others would love to hear what you have to say!
2. If you see something is wrong—whether it is grammatical, factual, or formatting—be bold and fix it. This is YOUR wiki. Be proud of it.
3. Please don't vandalize. It's really not worth it.
4. The Canadian Music Wiki is free content.
This site is a beta version. If you have any comments or suggestions to improve this wiki, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ready to contribute? Visit the Getting Started
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