Junos

Junos

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.

A virtual presentation of the 2020 show, it features performances by Alessia Cara and iskwē

Damnhait Doyle and Odario Williams hosted the special 2020 broadcast of the Juno Awards. (CBC Music)

The Juno Awards were supposed to take place on March 15, but the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered the in-person Saskatoon weekend of events. On June 29, though, the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and CBC revealed the winners in a special, virtual celebration via CBC Music and CBC Gem.

Watch the hour-and-a-half special below, and stay tuned via cbcmusic.ca/junos for the full list of winners.

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