Who We Are

SaskMusic is a non-profit, member-based association that represents, promotes and develops the artists and music industry of Saskatchewan, Canada. We offer one-on-one guidance, workshops, marketing and export assistance, career development opportunities, peer sessions, artist and business listings, and more. From songwriters and freelance musicians to studios, we work with artists and industry members from across our province, in an extensive range of genres and skill levels. SaskMusic is a source of information and resources for both the public, and the music industry.

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SaskMusic (also formerly known as the Saskatchewan Recording Industry Association, SRIA) represents the four components of the music and sound recording industries and community of Saskatchewan:



SaskMusic stimulates the growth and development of the Saskatchewan music industry through leadership, promotion, training, advocacy, and partnership.


SaskMusic's Conflict of Interest Policy

SaskMusic maintains guidelines and procedures regarding real and apparent conflicts of interest for individuals who are Board, staff or committee members of SaskMusic in order to maintain high standards of ethical conduct with regard to their fiduciary responsibilities and to the public trust.

This policy can be found in our Policy Guide, downloadable here.

Where non-standard COI policies apply for an intake/project, the COI will be noted within the project information.

Diversity drives the creative spirit.

SaskMusic is committed to representing music industry members of our province across race, gender identity, age, religion, disability, and sexual orientation. We believe a broad mix of minds, musical styles, cultural backgrounds and individual experiences makes for a stronger industry. As a membership organization, we strive to encourage, support, and celebrate the many voices of our community, with intentional strategies to welcome engagement from historically marginalized identities and people within our industry.

Our board is working to develop more comprehensive Diversity, Equity and Inclusion policies. Please stay tuned. (2021)