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Canadian Music Week Proceeding 'As Planned'

Organisers of the major trade conference and festival in Toronto have pledged that the show will go on, while the coronavirus situation will be monitored closely.

Canadian Music Week Proceeding 'As Planned'

By FYI Staff

Canadian Music Week and Expois committed to the health, safety and well-being of its clients, exhibitors and visitors, organizers said in a press statement released Monday afternoon.


"We are paying close attention to direction from the Public Health Agency of Canada, Toronto Public Health Department, Region of Peel Public Health and the World Health Organization. Peel Public Health has assessed the public health risk associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and has determined the risk is low for the region including Toronto- Pearson International Airport.," organizers said, adding that "The Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto is open and upcoming events are taking place as planned. 

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"We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will advise you of any updated plans."

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