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SiriusXM Canada On The Ultimate Search For The 150 Greatest Canadian Songs

SiriusXM Canada, the country’s leading audio entertainment company, today announced 150 for 150, the ultimate search for the 150 greatest Canadian songs of all time, as chosen by Canadians and a panel of industry experts.

As the country prepares to mark its 150th birthday, SiriusXM will celebrate the rich musical history of Canada by inviting Canadians to vote daily for their top three favourite songs from the database, as well as add their own picks and be a part of creating the historical catalogue. All 150 songs will air throughout Canada Day weekend in July and throughout the year on SiriusXM’s The Verge (ch. 173).

“At SiriusXM, we celebrate the amazing homegrown talent that has come out of this country every day,” said Jeff Leake, Director, Music Programming, SiriusXM Canada. “This gives music-lovers from across the country a chance to be a part of the programming and recognize Canadian artists from every generation.”

Canadians are encouraged to visit daily until Friday, June 23 to ensure their favourites make the list.

Those subscribers who add SiriusXM Streaming access to their subscription can also listen to 150 for 150 on the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as at

The Verge (ch. 173) plays Canada’s new and emerging indie and alternative sounds, including new studio releases, live concert recordings, and interviews.

For more information on SiriusXM Canada, please visit

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