Whether you know her from Grammy-winning hits like “Building a Mystery” and “”I Will Remember You,” as the co-founder of the seminal women-centric festival Lilith Fair, or as the face behind the famously devastating SPCA ads, Sarah Mclachlan has left an indelible mark on popular music. Known for her tender piano-based pop songs and social advocacy, the singer reigns as one of Canada’s greatest musical exports and has sold upwards of 40 millions albums worldwide. Mclachlan struck gold in the mid-90s with her massive hit album Surfacing, which hurtled her into international stardom and elevated her profile as an important feminist voice. In more recent years, the singer has split her time between music and charitable endeavors, regularly releasing new material while also overseeing the Sarah McLachlan School of Music in Vancouver. In 2017, her remarkable career was recognized with her induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, a fitting honor for a singular talent.