The Tragically Hip will receive the 2021 Humanitarian Award at the Junos
The band will be honoured during the the 50th annual Juno Awards broadcast on May 16.
To mark the Juno Awards' 50-year milestone, Maestro looks back on his inaugural rap recording win
Symphony in Effect won the Juno Award for rap recording of the year in 1991.
The 50th Juno Awards to be held in Toronto May 2021
The 2021 Juno Awards were originally set to take place in March.
The Juno Awards to split R&B/soul categories into 2 new awards
Other changes to the 2021 Juno submission process include subsidizing costs for certain categories.
'I am profoundly grateful': 2020 Juno winners react to their wins on social media
Lennon Stella, Pup, Dawn Tyler Watson and more shared heartfelt messages after Monday night's live streamed event.
Junos 2020: the complete list of winners
From Alessia Cara to Shawn Mendes to Neon Dreams, find out who took home this year's awards.
Watch this year's Juno Awards
A virtual presentation of the 2020 show, it features performances by Alessia Cara, Neon Dreams, the Dead South and iskwē.
This year's Juno Awards to take place virtually on June 29
Watch it via CBC Music and CBC Gem, with performances by iskwē, Neon Dreams and the Dead South.
Watch Scott Helman host the 4th Junos 365 Songwriters' Circle
He welcomes Meghan Patrick, Tom Wilson and Whitehorse for a virtual jam session.
Watch Rose Cousins host the second Junos 365 Songwriters' Circle
The Halifax singer-songwriter will be joined by William Prince, Tenille Townes and Ed Robertson.
Get ready for episode 5 of the Junos 365 Songwriters' Circle
Tyler Shaw welcomes Nuela Charles, Patrick Watson and the Reklaws for a virtual jam session.
2020 Juno Awards cancelled over coronavirus concerns
The event was scheduled to take place this Sunday, March 15, in Saskatoon.
Watch Valley 'soften up' the Shawn Mendes hit 'In my Blood'
The Toronto pop quartet covered the Mendes banger at their Junos 365 session.
Pop singer Lights, Ewan Currie of Sheepdogs among Juno Awards presenters
Electronic pop singer Lights, the Sheepdogs frontman Ewan Currie and Inuk performer Riit will be among the presenters on Sunday at the Juno Awards.
A history of the Juno Awards' most powerful, non-musical moment: treaty acknowledgements
It’s a practice that began in 2016, and moved to the broadcast with Buffy Sainte-Marie's stirring words a year later
How Juno-nominee Big Dave McLean became a blues legend
Big Dave McLean still remembers his blues awakening more than 50 years later.
Game Changers: 60 years of Indigenous musicians who have broken boundaries
Celebrate the artists who have broken boundaries, claimed space and given their communities a voice.
Did you know that Canada's Governor General is nominated for a Juno Award?
Julie Payette sings in the soprano section of the Ottawa Bach Choir.
Watch the Dirty Nil's electric cover of 'You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet'
The rock nominees take on Bachman-Turner Overdrive for our latest Junos 365 session.
Is Alexandra Stréliski pop or classical? You decide
“I don't pretend to be doing classical music,” she says, and yet she's burning up the classical charts.
So white, so male: the problems facing the Canadian Music Hall of Fame
Since its inception in 1978, there have been 9 solo women inducted — and only 2 non-white solo inductees.
8 emerging Saskatoon acts to watch
Meet the next wave of artists keeping Saskatoon on the musical map.
How signing with a label meant new battles for Cowboy Junkies — and new pressure for singer Margo Timmins
"They wanted me to shorten my skirts and change my nose," the singer recalls.
From the Archies to Tina Turner to Homer Simpson: the many covers of Andy Kim's 'Sugar Sugar'
The 1969 song by a cartoon band was panned when it first came out — but soon, everyone wanted to perform it.
Jann Arden revisits the Calgary basements where she kicked off her career
The singer thought she'd be in her basement apartment for three months but it took her five years of playing and writing music to get a record deal and get out.