What is Muse Canada Inc/ Muse News?
We are all about collective marketing and promotion of our members that consist of artists, musicians, technicians, promoters, event planners, venues, organizations, podcasts, community group/organzations, entertainers, performers, dancers, industry professional, arts admin, consultants and more.
We are approaching media on a whole new level, while keeping the best interests of our members in mind. We believe that applying a new promotional platform and a collective approach will provide more to Canadian arts industries than traditional methods have. This is about moving forward and bringing everyone along.
We want to focus more on the promotion and support of artists, than to chase advertising dollars to stay afloat.
We are using a collective approach to promote and market with the recognition that we as a group have already established and created a much wider and more powerful reach for substantially less cost than what an individual can do on their own.
What is included?
1. We are all about equal opportunity for everyone, and giving an extra hand up for those who traditionally, in our society, don't get one. As a member of Muse Canada Network I agree that I will show respect and equal opportunity for all Members, Mentors, Leaders, Managers, Directors, and the Executive of Muse Canada Network and Muse Canada Inc.
• Professional, respectful behaviour on our platform is required. I recognize that anything that can be classified as discriminatory and/or hateful statements, phrases and gestures, online or in person is not acceptable. This applies to all workshops, forums, messages, emails, phone calls, writings, resource material, and any other method of communication under the name of Muse Canada Inc and your membership with us. Breach of this will result in a review of your membership - and if determined - an immediate and permanent ban from Muse Canada Network and related corporate entities under the jurisdiction of Muse Canada Inc. The banned individual/business/group/association will NOT receive a refund of any balance of funds owing from the day following the date of termination of membership, to the end of the paid membership period. We take this seriously, and ask you to do so as well.
2. I recognize that I am not to record any workshops, webinars or events hosted by Muse Canada or supported by Muse Canada, by any means, audio, visual or written transcript. All Muse Canada hosted workshops and webinars will be back catalogued, meaning they will be available for review as soon as possible following the live workshop.
• We encourage all attendees to keep their video feed active for webinars. This allows our Mentors to view how you are doing during the workshop with processing the information, and provides them with direct feedback that is normally present at in-person workshops.
• An opportunity will be given at the beginning of every webinar, that will be stated clearly by the Mentor giving the workshop, for everyone who wishes to take a “social” screenshot. All attendees who do not wish to be in this screenshot are welcome to turn off their video feed for this.
3. By taking out a membership, you agree to not go out and start a company like this of your own. This will stand for a two year (24 month, 730 days) from the day after the termination of your membership contract with us.
• You will not replicate in any manner our membership and contact lists, content, resources, media or any other intellectual property of Muse Canada Inc for the purpose of creating your own similar company.
• Jessi Toms of Muse Canada Inc will be entitled to obtain an injunction to prevent threatened or continued violation of this Agreement, but failure to enforce this Agreement will not be deemed a waiver of this Agreement.
4. If you or your business do not fall under the ACE categories including hospitality and tourism, your membership will be declined and your money refunded immediately.
Muse Canada Inc is founded in on Treaty 6 territory in amiskwaciy-wâskahikan — the traditional and ancestral territory of the Nehiyawak/Cree, Tsuut'ina, Niitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Haudenosaunee/Iroquois, Dene Suliné, Anishinaabe/Ojibway/Saulteaux, and the Inuk/Inuit. We acknowledge that this territory is home to the Métis Settlements and the Métis Nation of Alberta, Regions 2, 3 and 4 within the historical Northwest Métis Homeland.