Looks like they missed the first deadline, but who knows, they may announce the addition of Canada with the release of iTunes and iTMS for Windows next week!<br><br>Globe and Mail reports on the online music services and the Music Industry in Canada. It appears Canadian readers will have to wait until September at least before Apple's iTunes Music service arrives:<br><br>By mid to late September, the CRIA will have completed negotiations to set up a framework for paying music publishers and composers whose music is downloaded on pay-for-play systems, Mr. Robertson said.<br><br>That will allow Canadian-based services to start operations, he said, and allow U.S. systems such as Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes "music store" to expand into Canada.<br><br>The article expects that Apple will add Canada to the iTunes Music store after these negotiations are complete. <br><br><br>Visit Me!
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