With so many musical resources out there, it's hard to sift through it all. Allow me to help.
A few that I know of at the moment are the following:
Royal Conservatory of Music
The Wholenote Magazine
The Royal Conservatory of Music is one of the oldest music schools in Canada is a tried and true resource for any musician who wants to begin and or improve their musicianship. They offer examinations in many instruments with a focus on Classical content. It is a great way to learn.
They also offer courses to the public and teaching professionals throughout the year, plus amazing concerts. For more information, take a look at rcmusic.ca
Wholenote Magazine has a plethora of information; be it local music listings, a teacher's directory (which I am a part of), courses, articles and more! It is a great resource. Check it out here.
Lastly, SOCAN which stands for the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada, is a great resource and a necessity for any professional musician. You want to get paid, right? Then you must look into this organization and have your songs copyrighted. By keeping track of your songs and airplay on the radio, as well as the ownership of your songs is crucial and allows you to receive royalties. Check it out here.
I hope this is a little view of what's out there and when I find more I will post, so check back often!!
Happy music making!