Watch the 2021 Juno Awards nomination press conference

The Junos will take place on May 16 in Toronto.

The Junos will take place on May 16 in Toronto

Tune in to the 2021 Juno Awards on June 6 on CBC-TV, CBC Radio One, CBC Music, CBC Gem and (CBC Music/CARAS)

The 50th annual Juno Awards is set to take place on May 16 this year. Originally scheduled for March, the awards ceremony was pushed back due to COVID-19, but is still aiming for a live broadcast event held in Toronto.

To gear up for the biggest night in Canadian music, find out which artists are nominated this year at today's Juno nominee announcement, which you can watch below. Last month, the Junos revealed that this year's recipients of the 2021 Humanitarian Award will be the Tragically Hip.

The 50th annual Juno Awards will broadcast on May 16, 2021, on CBC-TV, CBC Radio One, CBC Music, the free CBC Gem streaming service in Canada and globally at


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