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Encyclopedia > Juno Award

The Juno Awards are awards of achievement presented to Canadian musical artists and bands. Image File history File links Juno_Award_logo. ... Image File history File links Juno_Award_logo. ... Allegory of Music on the Opéra Garnier Music is an art form that involves organized and audible sounds and silence. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ...


The Junos acknowledge artistic and technical achievement in all aspects of the music of Canada. Currently, winners are chosen by members of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences or, depending on the award, a panel of experts or actual record sales. New members of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame are also inducted as part of the awards ceremony. Canadian music includes pop and folk genres; the latter includes forms derived from England, France (particularly in Quebec), Ireland, Scotland, and various Inuit and Indian ethnic groups. ... The Canadian Music Hall of Fame honors Canadian musicians for their lifetime achievements in music. ...

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History

Beginnings

RPM Magazine began polling its readers in 1964 to determine which artists and groups were considered the best in Canada. The results of these polls, the RPM Gold Leaf Awards, would be announced through RPM each December. RPM was a Canadian music industry publication that featured song and album charts for Canada. ... 1964 (MCMLXIV) was a leap year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1964 calendar). ... The RPM Gold Leaf Awards were a Canadian music award, presented annually by RPM to the winners of an annual reader survey of the years best Canadian music. ...


In 1970, record label owner Stan Klees met with RPM founder Walt Grealis to plan a formal awards ceremony for the music industry. The first official Gold Leaf Awards ceremony took place 23 February 1970 in Toronto. 1970 (MCMLXX) was a common year starting on Thursday (the link is to a full 1970 calendar). ... The Gold Leaf Awards of 1970, which were in effect the first Juno Awards, were founded by RPM Magazine to honour Canadian music industry achievements. ... February 23 is the 54th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1970 (MCMLXX) was a common year starting on Thursday (the link is to a full 1970 calendar). ...


RPM invited its readers later that year to submit a new name for these awards. The name "Juneau" was submitted, which represented Pierre Juneau, the first head of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission. Juneau was instrumental in establishing Canadian content regulations for broadcasters, to promote Canadian artists. That name became shortened to Juno and by 1971, the awards ceremonies would be referred to as the "Juno Awards". Juno is also the name of the Roman goddess Juno. Coincidentally, Juno was the codename given to the beach that was assigned to the Canadian 3rd Infantry Division at Normandy, in the landings at D-Day. (See Juno Beach.) Pierre Juneau (born October 17, 1922) is a retired film and broadcast executive and one-time member of the Canadian Cabinet. ... The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC, in French Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes) was established in 1968 by the Canadian Parliament to replace the Board of Broadcast Governors. ... 1971 (MCMLXXI) was a common year starting on Friday (the link is to a full 1971 calendar). ... Roman mythology, the mythological beliefs of the people of Ancient Rome, can be considered as having two parts. ... Statue of Ceres, the Roman goddess of the agriculture A goddess is a female deity, in contrast with a male deity known as a god. Many cultures have goddesses, sometimes alone, but more often as part of a larger pantheon that includes both the conventional genders and in some cases... IVNO REGINA (Queen Juno) on a coin celebrating Julia Soaemias. ... Flag of Normandy Normandy (in French: Normandie, and in Norman: Normaundie) is a geographical region in northern France. ... Land on Normandy In military parlance, D-Day is a term often used to denote the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated. ... This article is about the beach codenamed in WWII. For other uses, see Juno Beach (disambiguation) Combatants Canada Germany Commanders Major-General R.F.L. Keller, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division Generalleutnant Wilhelm Richter, German 716th Static Infantry Division Strength 15,000 7,771 Casualties 340 dead, 574 wounded Unknown Juno...


Music industry representatives formed an advisory committee for the Junos in 1974. This was formalised as The Canadian Music Awards Association the following year. This organisation assumed full management and operation of the Juno Awards from 1977 and became the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS). The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) is the organisation responsible for conducting the Juno Awards, Canadas primary national musical honours. ...


Broadcasts

The Junos were first televised throughout Canada in 1975 with CBC Television holding national broadcast rights until 2001. After that, these ceremonies were broadcast by CTV. 2006 marked the first time the Junos were broadcast internationally through MTV2 in the United States and several affiliated MTV channels in other nations. The telecast of the 2006 Juno Awards was available to approximately a quarter billion people (see CTV press release 30 March 2006). The Juno Awards of 1975, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 24 March 1975 in Toronto at a ceremony in the Canadian National Exhibition. ... CBC Television is the primary English language television service of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. ... CTV is Canadas largest privately owned English language television network. ... MTV2 is a cable network that is widely available in the United States on digital cable and satellite television, and is progressively being added to basic cable lineups across the nation. ... March 30 is the 89th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (90th in a leap year). ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ...


1988: the missing year

Initially, the awards had been conducted during the early part of the year. In 1984, organisers postponed the awards into the fall and maintained that scheduling for a few years. But declining viewership on the awards broadcast prompted CARAS in January 1988 to make another postponement of the awards until 12 March 1989. 1988 was therefore a year without Juno ceremonies.[1] March 12 is the 71st day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (72nd in leap years). ... 1989 (MCMLXXXIX) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Locations

The Juno Awards events were not conducted outside Toronto until 1991. Since then, the ceremonies have been hosted throughout Canada, reaching both coasts. The provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Quebec have yet to play host to the Junos. Motto: Spem reduxit (Hope restored) Official languages English, French Flower Purple Violet Tree Balsam Fir Bird Black-capped Chickadee Capital Fredericton Largest city Saint John Lieutenant-Governor Herménégilde Chiasson Premier Shawn Graham (Liberal) Parliamentary representation  - House seats  - Senate seats 10 10 Area Total  - Land  - Water  (% of total)  Ranked... Motto: Parva Sub Ingenti The Small Protected By The Great) Official languages English Flower Pink Ladys Slipper Tree Red Oak Bird Blue Jay Capital Charlottetown Largest city Charlottetown Lieutenant-Governor Barbara Oliver Hagerman Premier Pat Binns (PC) Parliamentary representation  - House seats  - Senate seats 4 4 Area Total  - Land  - Water... Motto: Je me souviens (French: I remember) Official languages French Flower Blue Flag Iris (Iris versicolor Linné) Tree Yellow Birch Bird Snowy Owl Capital Quebec City Largest city Montreal Lieutenant-Governor Lise Thibault Premier Jean Charest (PLQ) Parliamentary representation  - House seats  - Senate seats 75 24 Area Total  - Land  - Water  (% of...

Juno Awards Dates and Locations
Year Date City Venue Host Broadcast
1970 23 February Toronto, Ontario St. Lawrence Hall unknown none
1971 22 February Toronto, Ontario St. Lawrence Hall unknown none
1972 28 February Toronto, Ontario Inn on the Park unknown none
1973 12 March Toronto, Ontario Inn on the Park unknown none
1974 25 March Toronto, Ontario Inn on the Park unknown none
1975 24 March Toronto, Ontario Canadian National Exhibition Paul Anka CBC
1976 15 March Toronto, Ontario Ryerson Polytechnic Institute John Allan Cameron CBC
1977 16 March Toronto, Ontario Royal York Hotel David Steinberg CBC
1978 28 March Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton David Steinberg CBC
1979 21 March Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton Burton Cummings CBC
1980 2 April Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton Burton Cummings CBC
1981 5 February Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Andrea Martin CBC
1982 14 April Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton Burton Cummings CBC
1983 5 April Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton Burton Cummings and Alan Thicke CBC
1984 5 December Toronto, Ontario Exhibition Place Joe Flaherty and Andrea Martin CBC
1985 4 November Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton Andrea Martin and Martin Short CBC
1986 10 November Toronto, Ontario Harbour Castle Hilton Howie Mandel CBC
1987 2 November Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Howie Mandel CBC
1988 No Juno ceremonies were conducted this year
1989 12 March Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Andre-Philippe Gagnon CBC
1990 18 March Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Rick Moranis CBC
1991 3 March Vancouver, British Columbia Queen Elizabeth Theatre Paul Shaffer CBC
1992 29 March Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Rick Moranis CBC
1993 21 March Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Celine Dion CBC
1994 20 March Toronto, Ontario O'Keefe Centre Roch Voisine CBC
1995 26 March Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum This Hour Has 22 Minutes cast CBC
1996 10 March Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum Anne Murray CBC
1997 9 March Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum Jann Arden CBC
1998 22 March Vancouver, British Columbia GM Place Jason Priestly CBC
1999 7 March Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum Mike Bullard CBC
2000 12 March Toronto, Ontario SkyDome The Moffatts CBC
2001 4 March Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum Rick Mercer CBC
2002 14 April St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador Mile One Stadium Barenaked Ladies CTV
2003 6 April Ottawa, Ontario Corel Centre Shania Twain CTV
2004 4 April Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place Alanis Morissette CTV
2005 3 April Winnipeg, Manitoba MTS Centre Brent Butt CTV
2006 2 April Halifax, Nova Scotia Halifax Metro Centre Pamela Anderson CTV
2007 1 April Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Credit Union Centre Nelly Furtado CTV

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CTV is Canadas largest privately owned English language television network. ... The 2005 Juno Awards were held April 3 at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba and were hosted by comedian Brent Butt. ... April 3 is the 93rd day of the year (94th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar, with 272 days remaining. ... Motto: Template:Unhide = Unum Cum Virtute Multorum (One With the Strength of Many) Location City Information Established: 1738 (Fort Rouge), 1873 (City of Winnipeg) Area: 465. ... The MTS Centre is an indoor arena at 300 Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, at the former Eatons site. ... Brent Butt on a gas station sign during a free gasoline promotion during the fall of 2004 to promote the second season of Corner Gas. ... CTV is Canadas largest privately owned English language television network. ... The 2006 Juno Awards will be held April 2 at the Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. ... 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Credit Union Centre, formerly known as Saskatchewan Place or SaskPlace (names still in wide use by locals), is an arena located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. ... Nelly Kim Furtado (born December 2, 1978) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, and record producer. ... CTV is Canadas largest privately owned English language television network. ...

Recent developments

In 1996 an album called Oh What A Feeling: A Vital Collection Of Canadian Music, was released as a 4-CD box set to mark the 25th anniversary of the Juno Awards. It featured popular songs by Canadian artists from the 1960s to 1990s. In 2001, a second 4-CD box set was released to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the awards. In 2006, a third box set was released to celebrate the 35th anniversary. 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, and was designated the International Year for the Eradication of Poverty. ... 1960 (MCMLX) was a leap year starting on Friday (the link is to a full 1960 calendar). ... 1990 (MCMXC) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


A Humanitarian Award was inaugurated in 2006. Bruce Cockburn was the first artist to be given this honour. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...


Criticisms

To the extent that the Juno Awards are intended to celebrate the best in Canadian music, they fail in one critical regard. Canada's francophone music industry is largely shut out of the awards ceremony, both in artist representation in award categories and in live performances.[citation needed][original research?]


Award categories

Award names have changed through the years, most notably the switch in 2003 from the phrase "Best _" to "_ of the year". The previous awards are listed under their present names or the present award that is most similar. See also: 2003 in music (UK) Musical groups established in 2003 Record labels established in 2003 other events of 2003 list of years in music 2000s in music // January - following an investigation by The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry and London detectives, police raids in England and the Netherlands...

Aboriginal Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording (1994 - 2002)
Adult Alternative Album of the Year (2005 - Present)
Album of the Year (1980 - 1998, 2003 - Present)
Best Album (1974, 1999 - 2002)
Best Selling Album (1975 - 1979)
Alternative Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Alternative Album (1995 - 2002)
Artist of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Artist (2002)
Best Female Artist (2000 - 2001)
Best Male Artist (2000 - 2001)
Best Female Vocalist (1970 - 1974, 1999)
Best Male Vocalist (1970 - 1974, 1999)
Female Vocalist of the Year (1975 - 1998)
Male Vocalist of the Year (1975 - 1998)
Blues Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Blues Album (1998 - 2002)
Best Blues/Gospel Album (1994 - 1997)
CD/DVD Artwork Design of the Year (2005 - Present) (sponsored by Ever-Reddy Packaging)
Album Design of the Year (2003 - 2004)
Best Album Design (1990 - 2002)
Best Album Graphics (1975 - 1989)
Children's Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Children's Album (1979 - 2002)
Classical Album of the Year - Solo or Chamber Ensemble (2003 - Present)
Best Classical Album: Solo or Chamber Ensemble (1985 - 2002)
Best Classical Album of the Year (1977 - 1984)
Classical Album of the Year - Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment (2003 - Present)
Best Classical Album - Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) With Large Ensemble Accompaniment (1985 - 1987, 2000 - 2002)
Best Classical Album (Large Ensemble) (1989 - 1999)
Best Classical Album of the Year (1977 - 1984)
Classical Album of the Year - Vocal or Choral Performance (2003 - Present)
Best Classical Album (Vocal or Choral Performance) (1994 - 2002)
Best Classical Album of the Year (1977 - 1984)
Classical Composition of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Classical Composition (1987, 1989 - 2002)
Comedy Album of the Year (1979 - 1984)
Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Gospel Album (1998 - 2002)
Best Blues/Gospel Album (1994 - 1997)
Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Contemporary Jazz Album - Instrumental (2000 - 2002)
Best Contemporary Jazz Album (1994 - 1999)
Best Jazz Album (1977 - 1993)
Country Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Country Artist/Group (2002)
Best New Country Artist/Group (2002)
Best Country Female Artist (1970 - 1974, 2000 - 2001)
Best Country Male Artist (1970 - 1974, 2000 - 2001)
Best Country Female Vocalist (1999)
Best Country Group or Duo (1970 - 1974, 1999 - 2001)
Best Country Male Vocalist (1999)
Country Female Vocalist of the Year (1975 - 1998)
Country Group or Duo of the Year (1975 - 1998)
Country Male Vocalist of the Year (1975 - 1998)
Dance Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Dance Recording (1990 - 2002)
Levi's Entertainer of the Year (1996)
Entertainer of the Year (1995)
Canadian Entertainer of the Year (1987, 1989 - 1994)
International Entertainer of the Year (1989 - 1991, 1993)
Foreign Entertainer of the Year (1992)
Folk Artist of the Year (1980 - 1982)
Folksinger of the Year (1972 - 1979)
Top Folk Singer (1971 - 1971)
Francophone Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Selling Francophone Album (1992 - 2002)
Group of the Year (1975 - 1998, 2003 - Present)
Best Group (1970 - 1974, 1999 - 2002)
Instrumental Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Instrumental Album (1999 - 2002)
Instrumental Artist(s) of the Year (1976 - 1987, 1989 - 1998)
Juno International Achievement Award (1992, 1997, 1999 - Present)
International Album of the Year (1981 - 1991, 2003 - Present)
Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) (1993 - 2002)
Best Selling Album by a Foreign Artist (1992)
Best Selling International Album (1975 - 1980)
Jack Richardson Producer of the Year (2003 - Present)
Jack Richardson Best Producer (2002)
Best Producer (1999 - 2001)
Producer of the Year (1975 - 1977, 1979 - 1998)
Producer of the Year - Album (1978)
Producer of the Year - Single (1978)
Juno Fan Choice Award (2003 - Present) (presented by Doritos)
Music DVD of the Year (2004 - Present)
New Artist of the Year (2003 - Present) (sponsored by FACTOR and Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters)
Best New Solo Artist (1994 - 2002)
Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year (1974 - 1993)
Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year (1974 - 1993)
New Group of the Year (2003 - Present) (sponsored by FACTOR and Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters)
Best New Group (1974, 1994 - 2002)
Most Promising Group of the Year (1974 - 1993)
Pop Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Pop Album (1999, 2001 - 2002)
Best Pop/Adult Album (2000)
R&B/Soul Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best R&B/Soul Recording (1985 - 2002)
Rap Recording of the Year (1991 - 1992, 2003 - Present)
Best Rap Recording (1993 - 2002)
Recording Engineer of the Year (1976 - 1998, 2003 - Present)
Best Recording Engineer (1999 - 2002)
Reggae Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Reggae Recording (1994 - 2002)
Best World Beat Recording (1992 - 1993)
Best Reggae/Calypso Recording (1985 - 1991)
Rock Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Rock Album (1996, 1999 - 2002)
Blockbuster Rock Album of the Year (1998)
North Star Rock Album of the Year (1997)
Best Hard Rock Album (1994 - 1995)
Hard Rock Album of the Year (1992 - 1993)
Best Hard Rock/Metal Album (1991)
Roots & Traditional Album of the Year - Group (2003 - Present)
Best Roots & Traditional Album - Group (1996 - 2002)
Best Roots & Traditional Album (1989 - 1995)
Single of the Year (1980 - 1987, 1989 - 1998, 2003 - Present)
Best Single (1974, 1999 - 2002)
Best Selling Single (1975 - 1979)
Best Selling Single (Foreign or Domestic) (1993)
Best Selling Single by a Foreign Artist (1992)
International Single of the Year (1981 - 1991)
Best Selling International Single (1975 - 1980)
Songwriter of the Year (1991 - 1998, 2003 - Present)
Best Songwriter (1971 - 1974, 1999 - 2002)
Composer of the Year (1975 - 1990)
Traditional Jazz Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Traditional Jazz Album - Instrumental (2000 - 2002)
Best Mainstream Jazz Album (1994 - 1999)
Best Jazz Album (1977 - 1993)
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Vocal Jazz Album (2000 - 2002)
Best Mainstream Jazz Album (1994 - 1999)
Best Jazz Album (1977 - 1993)
Video of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Video (1984 - 2002)
World Music Album of the Year (2003 - Present)
Best Global Album (1996 - 2002)
Best Global Recording (1994 - 1995)
Best World Beat Recording (1992 - 1993)

Winnners Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording (1994 - 2002) 1994 - Lawrence Martin, Wapistan 1995 - Susan Aglukark, Arctic Rose 1996 - Jerry Alfred & The Medicine Beat, ETSI Shon Grandfather Song 1997 - Buffy Sainte-Marie, Up Where We Belong 1998 - Mishi Donovan, The Spirit Within 1999 - Robbie Robertson, Contact From The Underworld of... Winners Adult Alternative Album of the Year (2005 - Present) 2005 - Sarah Harmer, All Of Our Names Category: ... The Juno Award for Album of the Year has been awarded since 1975, and is awarded for the best album in Canada. ... Winnners Best Alternative Album (1995 - 2002) 1995 - Rose Chronicles, Shiver 1996 - Art Bergmann, What Fresh Hell Is This? 1997 - Sloan, One Chord to Another 1998 - bran van 3000, Glee 1999 - Rufus Wainwright, Rufus Wainwright 2000 - Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars, Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars 2001 - The New... The Juno Award for Artist of the Year has been awarded since 2002 for the best Artist (musician) in Canada. ... // Winnners Best Blues/Gospel Album (1994 - 1997) 1994 - Colin Linden, South At Eight/North At Nine 1995 - Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir, Joy To The World - Jubilation V 1996 - Jim Byrnes, That River 1997 - Long John Baldry, Right to Sing the Blues Best Blues Album (1998 - 2002) 1998 - Colin James, National... // Winnners Best Album Graphics (1975 - 1989) 1975 - Bart Schoales, Night Vision 1976 - Bart Schoales, Joy Will Find A Way 1977 - Michael Bowness, Ian Tamblyn 1978 - Dave Anderson, Short Turn 1979 - Alan Gee/Greg Lawson, Madcats 1980 - Rodney Bowes, Cigarettes 1981 - Jeanette Hanna, We Deliver 1982 - Hugh Syme/Deborah Samuel, Moving... Winner for the 2005 Award for Childrens Album of the Year: A Poodle in Paris Category: ... // Winnners Best Classical Album of the Year (1977 - 1984) 1977 - Anton Kuerti, 1978 - The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Three Borodin Symphonies 1979 - Glenn Gould & Roxolana Roslak, Hindemith; Das Marienleben 1980 - Judy Loman, R. Murray Schafer - Composer, The Crown of Ariadne 1981 - Arthur Ozolins, Stravinsky - Chopin Ballads 1982 - Orchestre symphonique de Montreal... // Winnners Best Classical Album: Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) With Large Ensemble Accompaniment (1985 - 1987) 1985 - Orchestre symphonique de Montreal, Charles Dutoit - Conductor, Ravel: Ma Mere Loye/Pavane Pour un Infante Debunte/Tombeau de Couperin And Valses Nobles et Sentimentales 1986 - Toronto Symphony, Andrew Davis - Conductor, Holst: The Planets... Winnners Best Classical Album (Vocal or Choral Performance) (1994 - 2002) 1994 - Claudette Leblanc (soprano), Valerie Tryon (piano), Debussy Songs 1995 - Vocal Soloists/Choeur et Orchestre symphonique de Montreal, Charles Dutoit - Conductor, Berlioz: Les Troyens 1996 - Ben Heppner (tenor), The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis - Conductor, Ben Heppner Sings Richard Strauss... // Winnners Best Classical Composition (1987 - 1987) 1987 - Malcolm Forsyth, Atayoskewin 1987 - Donald Steven, Pages of Solitary Delights Best Classical Composition (1989 - 2002) 1989 - Alexina Louie, Songs Of Paradise 1990 - Oskar Morawetz, Concerto For Harp and Chamber Orchestra 1991 - R. Murray Schafer, 1992 - Michael Conway Baker, Concerto For Piano & Chamber Orchestra... Winnners Comedy Album of the Year (1979 - 1984) 1979 - The Air Farce, The Air Farce Album 1980 - Rich Little, A Christmas Carol 1982 - Bob & Doug McKenzie, The Great White North 1984 - Bob & Doug McKenzie, Strange Brew Category: ... // Winnners Best Blues/Gospel Album (1994 - 1997) 1994 - Colin Linden, South At Eight/North At Nine 1995 - Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir, Joy To The World - Jubilation V 1996 - Jim Byrnes, That River 1997 - Long John Baldry, Right to Sing the Blues Best Gospel Album (1998 - 2002) 1998 - Steve Bell, Romantics... // Winners Best Jazz Album (1977 - 1993) 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1978 - Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, Big Band Jazz 1978 - Rob... // Winnners Best Country Male Artist (1970 - 1974) 1970 - Tommy Hunter 1971 - Stompin Tom Connors 1972 - Stompin Tom Connors 1973 - Stompin Tom Connors 1974 - Stompin Tom Connors Best Country Female Artist (1970 - 1974) 1970 - Dianne Leigh 1971 - Myrna Lorrie 1972 - Myrna Lorrie 1973 - Shirley Eikhard 1974 - Shirley Eikhard Best Country Group... Winnners Best Dance Recording (1990 - 2002) 1990 - Kon Kan, I Beg Your Pardon (I Never Promised You A Rose Garden 1991 - Jane Child, Dont Wanna Fall In Love (Knife Feel Good Mix) 1992 - Bootsauce, Everyones A Winner (Chocolate Movement Mix) 1993 - Celine Dion, Love Can Move Mountains (Club... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... // Winnners International Entertainer of the Year (1989 - 1991) 1989 - U2 1990 - Melissa Etheridge 1991 - The Rolling Stones Foreign Entertainer of the Year (1992 - 1992) 1992 - Garth Brooks International Entertainer of the Year (1993 - 1993) 1993 - U2 Category: ... // Winnners Top Folk Singer (1971 - 1971) 1971 - Bruce Cockburn Folksinger of the Year (1972 - 1979) 1972 - Bruce Cockburn 1973 - Bruce Cockburn 1974 - Gordon Lightfoot 1975 - Gordon Lightfoot 1976 - Gordon Lightfoot 1977 - Gordon Lightfoot 1978 - Gordon Lightfoot 1979 - Murray McLauchlan Folk Artist of the Year (1980 - 1982) 1980 - Bruce Cockburn 1981... Winnners Best Selling Francophone Album (1992 - 2002) 1992 - Luc de Larochelliere, Sauvez Mon Ame 1993 - Celine Dion, Dion Chante Plamondon 1994 - Francois Perusse, Album de Peuple Tome 2 1995 - Roch Voisine, Coup de Tete 1996 - Celine Dion, DEUX 1997 - Celine Dion, Live á Paris 1998 - Marie Michèle Desrosiers, Marie... The Juno Award for best Group of the Year has been awarded since 1970 to the best group (band) in Canada. ... // Winnners Instrumental Artist(s) of the Year (1976 - 1987) 1976 - Hagood Hardy 1977 - Hagood Hardy 1978 - Andre Gagnon 1979 - Liona Boyd 1980 - Frank Mills 1981 - Frank Mills 1982 - Liona Boyd 1983 - Liona Boyd 1984 - Liona Boyd 1985 - Canadian Brass 1986 - David Foster 1987 - David Foster Instrumental Artist(s) of the... // Winnners International Achievement Award (1992 - 1992) 1992 - Bryan Adams International Achievement Award (1997 - 1997) 1997 - Celine Dion 1997 - Alanis Morissette 1997 - Shania Twain International Achievement Award (1999 - Present) 1999 - Celine Dion 2000 - Sarah McLachlan Category: ... The Juno Award for International Album of the Year is an annual award given to the best non-Canadian album. ... // Winnners Producer of the Year (1975 - 1977) 1975 - Randy Bachman 1976 - Peter Anastasoff, The Homecoming 1977 - M. Flicker, Dreamboat Annie Producer of the Year - Single (1978 - 1978) 1978 - McCauley/Mollin, Sometimes When We Touch Producer of the Year - Album (1978 - 1978) 1978 - McCauley/Mollin, Longer Fuse Producer of the Year... The Juno Fan Choice Award (Presented by Doritos) is an annual Juno Award to the favourite artist or group of the year by the music fans of Canada. ... The Juno Award for New Artist of the Year has been awarded since 1994. ... The Juno Award for the New Group of the Year has been awarded since 1974 From 1994-2002 the award was known as Best New Group and before that it was know as Most Promising Group of the Year. ... // Winnners Best Pop Album (1999 - 1999) 1999 - Barenaked Ladies, Stunt Best Pop/Adult Album (2000 - 2000) 2000 - Chantal Kreviazuk, Colour Moving and Still Best Pop Album (2001 - 2002) 2001 - Barenaked Ladies, Maroon 2002 - David Usher, Morning Orbit Pop Album of the Year (2003 - Present) 2003 - Avril Lavigne, Let Go 2004... Winnners Best R&B;/Soul Recording (1985 - 2002) 1985 - Liberty Silver, Lost Somewhere Inside Your Love 1986 - Billy Newton-Davis, Love Is A Contact Sport 1987 - Kim Richardson, Peek-A-Boo 1989 - Erroll Starr, Angel 1990 - Billy Newton-Davis, Spellbound 1991 - Simply Majestic Featuring B. Kool, Dance To The Music... The Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year has been awarded since 1991, and is awarded for the best rap album in Canada. ... // Winnners Recording Engineer of the Year (1976 - 1998) 1976 - Michel Ethier, Dompierre 1977 - Paul Page, Are You Ready For Love 1978 - Terry Brown, Hope 1978 - David Greene, Big Band Jazz 1979 - Ken Friesen, Lets Keep It That Way 1980 - David Greene, Hoffert 1981 - Mike Jones, Factory; Were OK... // Winnners Best Reggae/Calypso Recording (1985 - 1991) 1985 - Liberty Silver & Otis Gayle, Heaven Must Have Sent You 1986 - Lillian Allen, Revolutionary Tea Party 1987 - Leroy Sibbles, Mean While 1989 - Lillian Allen, Conditions Critical 1990 - Sattalites, Too Late To Turn Back Now 1991 - Jayson & Friends, Soldiers We Are All Best World... // Winnners Best Hard Rock/Metal Album (1991 - 1991) 1991 - Rush, Presto Hard Rock Album of the Year (1992 - 1993) 1992 - Rush, Roll The Bones 1993 - Slik Toxik, Doin The Nasty Best Hard Rock Album (1994 - 1995) 1994 - I Mother Earth, Dig 1995 - Monster Voodoo Machine, Suffersystem Best Rock Album (1996... Winnners Best Roots & Traditional Album - Group (1996 - 2002) 1996 - The Irish Descendants, Gypsies & Lovers 1997 - Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Matapedia 1998 - The Paperboys, Molinos 1999 - Kate and Anna McGarrigle, The McGarrigle Hour 2000 - Blackie & The Rodeo Kings, Kings of Love 2001 - Tri-Continental - Bill Bourne, Lester Quitzau, Madagascar Slim, Tri... The Juno Award for Single of the Year has been awarded since 1974 for the best single in Canada. ... // Winnners Best Selling International Single (1975 - 1980) 1975 - Paper Lace, The Night Chicago Died 1976 - The Captain and Tennille, Love Will Keep Us Together 1977 - Tina Charles, I Love To Love 1978 - Leo Sayer, When I Need You 1979 - John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John, Youre the One That I... // Winnners Best Songwriter (1971 - 1974) 1971 - Gene MacLellan (Special Award Canadian Composer) 1972 - Rich Dodson 1973 - Gordon Lightfoot 1974 - Murray McLauchlan Composer of the Year (1975 - 1990) 1975 - Paul Anka 1976 - Hagood Hardy, The Homecoming 1977 - Gordon Lightfoot, Wreck Of The Edmond Fitzgerald 1978 - Dan Hill (Co-composer), Sometimes When... // Winnners Best Jazz Album (1977 - 1993) 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1978 - Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, Big Band Jazz 1978 - Rob... // Winnners Best Jazz Album (1977 - 1993) 1977 - Phil Nimmons - Nimmons N Nine Plus Six, The Atlantic Suite 1978 - Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, Big Band Jazz 1979 - Tommy Banks Big Band with Guest Big Miller, Jazz Canada Montreux 1978 1980 - Ed Bickert/Don Thompson, Sackville 4005 1981 - Rob McConnell & The... Winnners Best Video (1984 - 2002) 1984 - Rob Quartly, Corey Hart, Sunglasses At Night 1985 - Rob Quartly, Gowan, Criminal Mind 1986 - Greg Masuak, Luba, How Many (Rivers To Cross) 1987 - Ron Berti, The Parachute Club, Love Is Fire 1989 - Michael Buckley, Blue Rodeo, Try 1990 - Cosimo Cavallaro, Andrew Cash, Boomtown 1991... // Winnners Best World Beat Recording (1992 - 1993) 1992 - Various Artists, The Gathering 1993 - Jane Bunnett, Spirits Of Havana Best Global Recording (1994 - 1995) 1994 - Ancient Cultures, El Camino Real 1995 - Eval Manigat, Africa + Best Global Album (1996 - 2002) 1996 - Takadja, Music From Africa 1997 - Paulo Ramos Group, Africa Do Brasil...

See also

Canadian music includes pop and folk genres; the latter includes forms derived from England, France (particularly in Quebec), Ireland, Scotland, and various Inuit and Indian ethnic groups. ... Canada has been a source of rock and roll music for decades, beginning with rockabilly singer Jack Scott in the 1950s. ... Canadian content (abbreviated cancon or can-con) refers to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission requirements that radio and television broadcasters (including cable/satellite specialty channels) must air a certain percentage of content that was at least partly written, produced, presented, or otherwise contributed to by persons from Canada. ... This is a list of Canadian musicians. ...

Reference

  1. ^ Dafoe, Chris. "Juno Awards move to spring", The Globe and Mail, 27 January 1988, pp. C5.

The Globe and Mail is a large English language national newspaper based in Toronto, Canada, and printed in seven cities across Canada. ... January 27 is the 27th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1988 (MCMLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

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The Juno Awards of 1972, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 28 February 1972 in Toronto at a ceremony in a ballroom at the Inn on the Park hotel. ... The Juno Awards of 1973, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 12 March 1973 in Toronto at a ceremony at the Inn on the Parks Centennial ballroom. ... The Juno Awards of 1974, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 25 March 1974 in Toronto at a ceremony at the Inn on the Parks Centennial ballroom. ... The Juno Awards of 1975, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 24 March 1975 in Toronto at a ceremony in the Canadian National Exhibition. ... The Juno Awards of 1976, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 15 March 1976 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by John Allan Cameron at the Ryerson Polytechnic Institute. ... The Juno Awards of 1977, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 16 March 1977 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by David Steinberg at the Royal York Hotel. ... The Juno Awards of 1978, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 29 March 1978 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted for a second year by David Steinberg at the Harbour Castle Hilton Convention Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1979, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 21 March 1979 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Burton Cummings at the Harbour Castle Hilton Convention Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1980, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 2 April 1980 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Burton Cummings at the Harbour Castle Hilton. ... The Juno Awards of 1981, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 5 February 1981 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Andrea Martin at the OKeefe Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1982, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 14 April 1982 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Burton Cummings at the Harbour Castle Hilton Convention Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1983, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 5 April 1983 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Burton Cummings and Alan Thicke at the Harbour Castle Hilton Metropolitan Ballroom. ... The Juno Awards of 1984, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 5 December 1984 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Joe Flaherty and Andrea Martin of SCTV at Exhibition Place Automotive Building. ... The Juno Awards of 1985, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 4 November 1985 in Toronto. ... The Juno Awards of 1986, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 10 November 1986 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Howie Mandel at the Harbour Castle Hilton Hotel. ... The Juno Awards of 1987. ... The Juno Awards of 1989, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 12 March 1989 in Toronto at a ceremony in the OKeefe Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1990, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 18 March 1990 in Toronto at a ceremony in the OKeefe Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1991, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 3 March 1991 in Vancouver, British Columbia at a ceremony in the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. ... The Juno Awards of 1992, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 29 March 1992 in Toronto at a ceremony in the OKeefe Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1993, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 21 March 1993 in Toronto at a ceremony in the OKeefe Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1994, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 20 March 1994 in Toronto at a ceremony in the OKeefe Centre. ... The Juno Awards of 1995, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 26 March 1995 in Hamilton, Ontario at a ceremony in the Copps Coliseum. ... The Juno Awards of 1996, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 10 March 1996 in Hamilton, Ontario at a ceremony in the Copps Coliseum. ... The Juno Awards of 1997, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 9 March 1997 in Hamilton, Ontario at a ceremony in the Copps Coliseum. ... The Juno Awards of 1998 were presented in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. ... The Juno Awards of 1999 honouring Canadian music industry achievements were held in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. ... The Juno Awards of 2000 were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada during the weekend of 11-12 March 2000. ... The Juno Awards of 2001 were held in Hamilton, Ontario Canada. ... The Juno Awards of 2002 were presented in St. ... The Juno Awards of 2003 were presented in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on 6 April 2003. ... The Juno Awards of 2004 were presented on April 4, 2004 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and were hosted by Alanis Morissette. ... The 2005 Juno Awards were held April 3 at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba and were hosted by comedian Brent Butt. ... The 2006 Juno Awards will be held April 2 at the Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. ... The Juno Awards of 2007 will be held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on the weekend ending 1 April 2007. ...


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