Music brings us together,
even when we’re apart.
Every year, coast to coast, on stages big, small, and virtual, TD helps bring millions of Canadians together through music.
And it’s this fundamental power of connection that spurs us to sponsor and support more than 60 music and cultural festivals and to work with more than 100 community programs across the country.
Through the TD Ready Commitment, our corporate citizenship platform, we support music programs and festivals across Canada to help bring people together safely, encourage sharing of each other's stories and amplify voices that aren't always heard.
In addition to our support through the TD Ready Commitment, we celebrate Canadian musical excellence by sponsoring music award shows, like the JUNOS, the Canadian Country Music Awards, and the East Coast Music Awards.
Because through music we find common ground, discover new perspectives, and work towards a more inclusive future.
Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Find out more about the TD Ready Commitment
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Celebrating 12 years supporting the JUNO Awards
We’re proud to be a part of Canada’s biggest night in music. In the last 12 years we’ve been there to celebrate an incredible wealth of talent, encourage and empower emerging artists, and support and amplify the amazingly diverse artists that call Canada home.Find out more about the JUNO Awards >
We’re thrilled to sponsor more than 60 Canadian music and cultural festivals
Festivals are an integral part of the fabric of Canada. And whether we’re enjoying them in person or virtually, they bring us together in celebration, connecting us across cultures and across the country.
We couldn’t be prouder to be involved with over 100 community programs that
Champion independent artists
Canada’s Music Incubator provides education and mentorship to emerging Canadian artists and managers, strengthening the independent music scene.
Engage, empower and inspire
Unity, in partnership with educational institutions, community centres, non-profit and social service organizations offers free music programming to underserved communities.
Empower female artists
Honey Jam is a nonprofit, cross-genre, multicultural showcase. Dedicated to empowering female musicians, Honey Jam provides educational and mentoring programs to women and girls.
Encourage and educate young people
The Remix Project aims to level the playing field and allow youth from marginalized communities to realize their musical ambitions by providing them with access to top-notch alternative, creative, educational programs, facilitators and facilities.
Advocate for creators and publishers
As the county’s rights management group, SOCAN has been at the forefront of Canada’s music scene since its inception. 150,000 members strong, SOCAN protects and champions Canadian artists, strengthening and promoting our cultural heritage.