Friday, October 22, 2021

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Craig Senyk Initiatives is proud to announce that the fifth annual Jamboree for Charity—Back on Bay Street—will be held on October 22nd, 2021 in Toronto’s downtown core. VIP guests will be treated to live performances by great Canadian musical artistsAll proceeds from the event will go to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame and their motivational education program, Beyond the Win. 


Your safety, and the safety of our performers and staff is critical to us. As such, we’re following the guidance set out by Ontario Health Services. Accordingly, we are asking for proof of vaccination as a condition of attendance. Please make sure to review the COVID safety protocols and procedures for this concert prior to your arrival.


  1. Proof of vaccination will be required to attend this event. Vaccination status will be checked upon entry. (Your second vaccine dose must have been admitted prior to October 8th, 2021 for event entry.)
  2. A maximum of 250 people are allowed in Arcadian Court, per OHS guidelines.
  3. Masks or face-coverings are mandatory in all indoor public places in Toronto. Please bring your own mask or face-covering.
  4. Food and beverage zones will be created in Arcadian Court using high-top tables and lounge furniture. Once you are in a designated food and beverage zone you can remove your mask.
  5. Physical distancing must be adhered to.
  6. Please do not attend if you are sick or showing any signs of Covid-19. (e.g., fever, cough, sore throat, sniffles)


Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 1955 and is an accredited National Museum and a registered charity principally engaged in recognition and curation for the purpose of education. Our Beyond the Win program is a motivational education program allowing students across Canada the opportunity to connect with Hall of Famers who champion good in their communities and inspire character in our youth.

For more information, visit and our education link for Virtual Field Trips.

As one half of one of Blue Rodeo’s songwriting partnership, Jim Cuddy has one of the most recognizable voices in Canadian music thanks to omnipresent hits such as “Try,” “5 Days In May,” and “Bad Timing.” As a group Blue Rodeo has sold over five million records world-wide, won countless JUNO Awards, been inducted in to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame and Jim (along with songwriting partner Greg Keelor) was invested as Officers of the Order of Canada.

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The Road Hammers are the highest selling Canadian country band in history. The 2017 CCMA Group or Duo of the Year winners have charted one #1, three Top 5’s, and six Top 10’s on Canadian country radio. They have over 2.8 million YouTube views, a Juno Award for Country Recording of the Year, and their album, “The Squeeze”, was the #2 selling Canadian country album in its first week of release.

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With five Top-10 tracks under his belt, JoJo Mason is a two-time CCMA Rising Star Award nominee. Originally from British Columbia, JoJo beautifully blends country with a little bit of soul. JoJo’s highly acclaimed track, “Future”, is quickly becoming his highest streamed song to date and a follow-up single, “Better On You” has become his highest charting single to date.

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This all female, Alberta-based country music band is a true force. The artists—Tara McLeod, Katie Rox, Krista Wodelet, and Brandi Sidoryk—play their own instruments and write their own songs. Their first full-length debut album, There Goes the Neighborhood, debuted in 2017 to explosive results. Growing buzz surrounding Nice Horse led them to be named a CMT Fresh Face Feature Artist, Fan’s Choice Award nominees and Group/Duo of the Year nominees at the 2017 Alberta Country Music Awards, and Interactive Artist or Group of the Year at the 2018 CCMA Awards.

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Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Dan Davidson is a Canadian country singer and songwriter. He is best known as the guitarist and later lead vocalist of rock group Tupelo Honey. Since 2014, Davidson has been pursuing a solo career in country music. His second solo single, “Found”, reached 16 on the Canada Country chart, making it the highest-charting independent single on Canadian country radio. Dan has three CCMA nominations, ten ACMA awards, a gold record and a number-one-selling Canadian song.

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Founded in 1974, Mawer Investment Management Ltd. is a privately owned, independent investment firm that manages assets for a broad range of individual and institutional investors across all major investment strategies. The firm has offices in Calgary, Toronto and Singapore. Mawer is the flagship sponsor of the Jamboree in Lockdown.

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