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Junos

In 1981, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau awarded Joni Mitchell a place in the Hall of Fame. Pic:Thomas Szlukovenyi, Globe and Mail
June 26, 2018
by David Farrell

The debate about how to induct a large number of names from the past into the Juno's Canadian Hall of Fame is ongoing, but we have some backgrounder on how the discussions are evolving and a whiff of news suggesting agreement on a new process is underway.

Jim Slotek's Twitter profile pic
April 4, 2018
by External Source

The former Toronto Sun columnist muses on the jeopardy of being a scriptwriter for Canadian awards shows, and he has plenty of experience at it.

BNL's performance Sunday hit a high note with viewers.
March 27, 2018
by FYI Staff

The television audience peaked with 1.5 million viewers when Barenaked Ladies with Steven Page reunited onstage to be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Justin Timberlake
March 16, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Justin Timberlake dazzles in Toronto, and HBO installs a Westworld attraction at SXSW. Also in the headlines are The Junos, Neil Young, Cody Critcheloe, Joni Mitchell, Samantha Martin, Rich Aucoin, Carlos del Junco, and Jann Arden.

Multiple Juno nominee Jessie Reyez
February 7, 2018
by FYI Staff

Arkells, Death From Above synced in Super Bowl, quadruple Juno nominee Jessie Reyez (pictured) set to perform on the show, along with Hedley and Daniel Caesar. Also making the news are CMW Awards, Whitehorse, Erin Costelo, Paul Simon, Sasquatch! Festival, C'est What, With Love, Shy Kids, and Chromeo. Videos included for your enjoyment.

Ad incorporating the new logo
January 8, 2018
by FYI Staff

Team Juno Awards is ramping up media coverage for the 47th annual that's to be hosted by Michael Bublé at Rogers Arena Vancouver on March 25.

December 13, 2017
by FYI Staff

Making the news today: Gordon Lightfoot donates canoes, Unison's smashing Schmoozefest, new Rock Hall of Fame inductees, Manitoba Music's Bonspiel, Junos launch BC live program, Quincy launches his own Qwest TV channel, Sam's sign lights up, and farewells to Carl Horton and Pat DiNizio.