Pop Goes The News — To mark what would have been the 90th birthday of Canadian jazz great Oscar Peterson, eBay Canada is offering 25 of his prized possessions.

A portion of the proceeds from the online auction will benefit World Vision Canada.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian retailer Roots launched a campaign Wednesday that showcases homegrown artists like Francesco Yates, Brett Kissel and Hannah Georgas.

The #sweatstyle campaign, which also features k-os, Sophie Pelletier, Dave Monks of Tokyo Police Club, and Kira Isabella, will be shown in Roots stores in Canada, the U.S. and Asia as well as on transit shelters in several Canadian cities.

Pop Goes The News — Rap superstar Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late has become the first album released this year to sell a million copies in the U.S.

According to Nielsen Music, the album sold 8,000 units in the week that ended Friday, putting it just over 1 million.

Pop Goes The News — Montreal singer-songwriter Patrick Lehman is busy this month warming up for the release of his new album, Butchy’s Son.

After performing Saturday night at The Living Room in New York City, he’s back in Canada for a series of gigs — including an Aug. 15 show at The Rex in Toronto — in advance of his album launch party Aug. 28 at his hometown’s La Sala Rossa.

Pop Goes The News | Gianni Luminati and Sarah Blackwood of Canadian group Walk Off The Earth are showing off the latest addition to their family on social media.

The couple welcomed Luigi Colombo Nicassio on July 25. He’s a little brother for two-year-old Giorgio.