‘We Speak Music’ in Winnipeg, Manitoba
As co-chairs of the Winnipeg JUNO Host Committee, we would like to invite you to Winnipeg, Manitoba in March 2014 for the 43rd annual JUNO Awards.
Winnipeg is currently experiencing a renaissance that has given our city an unmistakable buzz. The return of the Winnipeg Jets, the imminent inauguration of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the revitalization of our downtown are a just a few of the reasons Winnipeg is primed to host the 2014 JUNOS. We are honoured to be welcoming people from across the country in celebration of Canadian music.
A hub for arts and culture, Winnipeg has an incredibly rich and diverse music scene. We are home to such acts as Imaginary Cities, The Weakerthans, Doc Walker, Chantal Kreviazuk, Chic Gamine, Don Amero and many others. A very multi-cultural city, Winnipeg is also home to numerous award-winning Francophone and Aboriginal artists. With over 2,000 music acts in total, we can say without a doubt that in Winnipeg, Manitoba We Speak Music.
On behalf of the Winnipeg JUNO Host Committee, we would like to thank The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, as well as the Province of Manitoba and the City of Winnipeg for their support in bringing the JUNOS to our city.
We are honoured that Winnipeg has been chosen to host next year’s JUNOS. In a country as diverse as Canada, music is a universal language that brings us together. We look forward to being your music destination for 2014.
Carole Vivier Kenny Boyce
CEO/Film Commissioner Manager, Film & Special Events
Manitoba Film & Music City of Winnipeg
News from the Host Committee:
We Speak Music in Winnipeg , Nov. 5, 2013
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Winnipeg JUNO Host Committee:
Carole Vivier, Manitoba Film and Music, Co-Chair
Kenny Boyce, City of Winnipeg, Co-Chair
Sara Stasiuk, Manitoba Music
Sean McManus, Manitoba Music
Kevin Donnelly, True North Sports and Entertainment
Gilles Paquin, Paquin Entertainment
Todd Jordan, Paquin Entertainment
Jason Smith, Manitoba Film and Music
Ginny Collins, Manitoba Film and Music
Sam Baardman, Province of Manitoba
Rob Kennedy, Province of Manitoba
Michelle Wallace, Province of Manitoba
Rob Kristjansson, City of Winnipeg
Colin Ferguson, Travel Manitoba
Chantal Sturk-Nadeau, Tourism Winnipeg
Karen Goossen, Tourism Winnipeg
Diane Gray, CentrePort Canada
Mariette Mulaire, World Trade Centre Winnipeg
David McLeod, NCI Communications
Clare MacKay, The Forks North Portage
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