Toronto ’ s Dufferin- Dovercourt Village is Canada ’ s Fastest-Growing Neighbourhood for New Music Creators
The Dufferin-Dovercourt Village neighbourhood on the west side of Toronto was the fastest-growing area in Canada for new music creators in 2021 , according to data collected by SOCAN . While Toronto ’ s music-rich region took the top spot , the nearby city of Brampton , ON showed substantial growth in the number of new songwriters and composers registering new memberships with SOCAN in 2021 , with three regions of the city featuring in the top 10 , and four areas in Montréal gained a place on the list .
According to SOCAN ’ s data , Canada ’ s fastest-growing centres of music creation are : 1 . Dufferin-Dovercourt Village , Toronto ( postal code prefix M6H ) 2 . Brampton North , Ontario ( L6P ) 3 . Downtown Toronto CN Tower / King & Spadina / Harbourfront West / Bathurst Quay ( M5V ) 4 . Brampton West , Ontario ( L7A ) 5 . Outremont , Montréal ( H2V ) 6 . Brampton Northwest , Ontario ( L6R ) 7 . Brockton-Parkdale Village / Exhibition Place , Toronto ( M6K ) 8 . Hochelaga , Montréal ( H1W ) 9 & 10 . ( tied ) Centre-Sud North , Montréal ( H2K ) and Petite-Patrie Southwest , Montréal ( H2S )
SOCAN also released lists of the neighbourhoods in Canada with the highest rate of successful music creators per capita ( top spot is Petite-Patrie Southwest in Montréal ) and the neighbourhoods with the most new songs and compositions registered by SOCAN members in 2021 ( West Applewood / West Dixie / NW Lakeview in Mississauga , ON is tops )
…. According to a reporting by FYI Music News , SOCAN reached a $ 1.5 million reproduction rights settlement with the CBC for post-synchronization copy . It stems from a Copyright Board decision in 2020 that awarded SOCAN clients $ 1.5 million covering 2008-12 for post-synchronization copies made on all digital and broadcast platforms . A post-synchronization copy refers to when a broadcaster uploads original video content containing copyright music to a digital content management system to make copies for internal use . Rightsholders are legally entitled to fair remuneration for any of these copies made by the broadcasters .
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