Recent blog posts

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November 19th
Can You Imagine a World Without Music?

Music-makers are responsible for the songs tied to our fondest memories, the albums that heal us through heartbreak, and the experiences that connect us to each other.


We asked our peers in the music community to tell us why music matters to them.


“Music means energy. Like love, like light. It’s something that you feel.”  Sarah Thawer, Drummer


mindfulness written on a paper
October 1st
Health and Wellness Resources at Your Fingertips

Did you know that as a registered member of Unison, you have access to countless health and wellness tips at your fingertips? Morneau Shepell, Canada's leading provider of employee and family assistance programs, offers dozens of articles covering mental health, emotional well-being, fitness, managing stress, and more! 

Upcoming events

SLAM + Johnny O's Annual Christmas Video Dance Party

On December 21, join us at Slam + Johnny O's Annual Christmas Video Dance Party in support of Unison Benevolent Fund and MusiCounts. 

Featuring music from your favourite artists, this annual holiday event will have you rocking around the Christmas tree for a good cause! 


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A Very Tiki Christmas Benefit Show for Unison

The Tiki Collective (TTC) is a large ensemble of instrumentalists and vocalists based in Toronto who have performed around Ontario for the past two years including jazz festivals, clubs and charity events. Join them at Hugh's Room Live December 22 for a Very Tiki Christmas! Get your tickets here


George Koller, bass
Eric St-Laurent, guitar
Great Bob Scott, drums
Michael Davidson, vibes
Bill McBirnie, flute

Founding partners

The Unison Benevolent Fund gratefully acknowledges and extends our gratitude to our founding sponsors and partners.
Slaight music
Music Canada
Cassels Brock