Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: CIMA President Andrew Cash on the Canadian music scene’s uncertain future, Bill C-10 & more

It’s like Andrew Cash’s whole life has led up to his new role as the president of the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA). With roots in the Toronto punk scene before going on to a successful solo career and eventually getting elected as the Member of Parliament for Toronto Davenport, Cash has long been an advocate not just for independent musicians, but anyone trying to make a living in the arts.

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast, we welcome Cash to talk about taking the helm of CIMA as the Canadian music scene faces an uncertain future, the organization’s push for a more flexible CanCon definition, and his take on controversial amendments to Bill C-10.

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