Welcome to WebRadio Canada

Canadian Indie Musicians

Home ~ Sun May 31 23:02:20 2020 Contact ~ Privacy Policy Say 'hello' on: Twitter ~ Facebook

Indie Musicians - Upload your tracks and Get Played

Many musicians in Canada have helped the launch of their stardom by getting airplay on WebRadio Canada. It's free streaming music that has built audiences over the past two decades. Many buildings stream the music in their common areas and Malls in Fredricton, Montreal, Toronto, Regina, and around the world are playing WebRadio-dot-CA. We have been around long enough to have made a difference.

Share Your music globally.

  1. Prepare tracks as mp3 with a min. bitrate of 128, 320kbs preferred.
  2. Track should be named "band-name_title_of_song.mp3"
  3. Prepare a text file named "Band-Name_Title_of_Song.txt" including the names of the tracks you want played. Include an About Me line or two or a link to your site. Contact name and email address.
  4. Go Upload your files and tracks
This is the free public service of WebRadio Canada broadcasting music to Canadians and special medical support crews of the RINJ Foundation Nurses around the world. WebRadio Canada serves streaming content to the Canadian Armed Forces bases and U.N. Peacekeeping Missions globally and has done so since 2003-05-31 01:22:36Z. If you enjoy the service, please make a donation to a favourite Canadian Charity
Are you a Canadian Indie Band?
Would you like some global 'Air Time'?
Listen to Others
‣ "Man is fond of counting his troubles, but he does not count his joys. If he counted them up as he ought to, he would see that every lot has enough happiness provided for it." Fyodor Mikhaylovich Dostoyevsky (1821-1881)

©Copyright 2020-06-0103:02:20Z webradio.ca

webradio.ca was last modified: 2020-05-31 by webradio.ca

Contact webradio.ca ~ Read our Privacy Policy

World News

Headlines


• Headline: Black Lives Matter Essay Contest allows safe protest from home. The pen is mightier…

by Behar Abbasi, Sun, 31 May 2020 21:07:29 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

Notwithstanding an unambiguous admission that today's BLM protests are implicitly correct in what they stand for, the protesters' lives are in danger of SARS2 infections. BLM protestors should stay safe at home. The pen is mightier than the sword. FPMag … more →


• Headline: Think about what you are doing, North America. SARS2 is Winning

by Micheal John, Sun, 31 May 2020 04:59:51 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

One week after the memorial day weekend, new cases of COVID-19 in North America have begun to rise dramatically. Not just true of North America, but all over the world the number of new infections have risen. by Micheal John … more →


• Headline: Regis Korchinski-Paquet Toronto crisis not racism but sad event in an already sad community.

by Melissa Hemingway, Fri, 29 May 2020 21:23:24 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

Hearts are breaking since on Wednesday, 29-year-old Regis Korchinski-Paquet, died in Toronto from a fall from her 24th-floor balcony at her 100 High Park Avenue apartment building. by Melissa Hemingway   The young lady suffered epilepsy as well as some … more →


• Headline: Donald Trump tweets. Twitter says whoa. CNN team arrested. US Constitution trashed.

by Micheal John, Fri, 29 May 2020 11:17:38 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

The pain and anger in Minnesota worsens. Cops just arrested a non-white reporter for being non-white in retaliation against the black people who burned down the police station of the cop who killed a black man in custody. Rather than … more →


• Headline: The week George died, hearts broke around the world.

by Melissa Hemingway, Fri, 29 May 2020 05:00:54 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

This was the one-too-many moment. How can you not be angry after noting that a hundred thousand Americans, mostly blacks, died needlessly from COVID-19. Then came the one-too-many murdered black man who was beautiful beyond words. His mamma's  little boy … more →


• Headline: Violence & breach of peace in HK unacceptable. Editorial.

by Sharon Santiago, Wed, 27 May 2020 09:46:43 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

Neither side has the color of right. And there is no tolerance among sensible peace-loving families around the world for any breach of the peace during a massively infectious coronavirus pandemic and recession, right or wrong. What firebombing protesters did … more →


• Headline: Rodrigo Duterte makes sense: no vaccine, no school. And it runs much deeper.

by Micheal John, Tue, 26 May 2020 08:30:54 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

“Once again Philippines President Duterte shocks critics by demonstrating intuitive love and care for his country's children and their families with policy that is way ahead of the rest of the world.  He wants to see a vaccine or at … more →


• Headline: Why talk about lemonade stands & tobacco?

by Sharon Santiago, Mon, 25 May 2020 09:26:39 GMT

Click to see enlarged image.

Let's be fair, OK? Parents should share this message with children because it's only fair they do that. Children must be warned about a different kind of stranger danger. Everyone deserves a chance. That's only fair. Everyone deserves the opportunity … more →


Contact webradio.ca ~ Read our Privacy Policy
‣ Men are born to succeed, not fail. Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862)

was last modified: 2020-05-31 by webradio.ca

Contact webradio.ca ~ Read our Privacy Policy