Here are some resources the OBA has been hard at work on. This includes a "Return to Band" plan for when school starts, an advocacy letter outlining OBA's support and continuation of band education, and multiple resources from our affiliates and other reputable sources.
"iN iT tOGETHER!" sERIES
In this time of uncertainty, many of us are stressed trying to cope with transitioning to digital environments to see the current year through (after already enduring months of job action and picket lines) and anxious about what is to come this fall. The OBA invites you to join colleagues and friends to discuss, listen, explore and learn through a series of interactive, facilitated sessions to address your concerns and fears, as well as goals and wins (we know you have many of these to share!) as we all navigate the path forward, together.
Canadian Winds is the professional journal of the Canadian Band Association. The journal seeks to be both a scholarly and pedagogical publication accessible to all instrumental music educators. The first issue of the journal was released in the fall of 2002. Canadian Winds is published bi-annually, in the fall and spring.