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@celineopeterson Well deserved.
@TorontoPal Our pleasure but you must get those words back in time for the event tomorrow night!
RDx, a streamlined data exchange process aimed at supporting timely, accurate payment of royalties, is set to roll… https://t.co/bKGdCk1lYS
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How do you celebrate a 70th anniversary? A new look and a new name as CMPA becomes Music Publishers Canada. Congrat… https://t.co/BTKqUBGTyW
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