JUNO Fan Choice Award (Presented by TD)
Single of the Year
International Album of the Year
Album of the Year (Sponsored by Music Canada)
Artist of the Year
Group of the Year
Breakthrough Artist of the Year (Sponsored by FACTOR and Radio Starmaker Fund)
Breakthrough Group of the Year (Sponsored by FACTOR and Radio Starmaker Fund)
Songwriter of the Year (Sponsored by SiriusXM Canada)
Country Album of the Year
Adult Alternative Album of the Year
Alternative Album of the Year (Sponsored by Long & McQuade)
Pop Album of the Year (Sponsored by TD)
Rock Album of the Year (Sponsored by SiriusXM Canada)
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year
CHARLES BIDDLE JR: Son of the great jazzman Charlie Biddle, Charles always knew to set himself new challenges, overcome borders and explore new artistic approaches, he’s an artist of unprecedented versatility, bestowed with a rich musical heritage. Charles expresses himself as well in English as in French and remains accessible to a public that attends his appearances. Popular on the Internet, Charles has hundreds of fans on social media.
ANNIE POULAIN: Since 2000s, the singer decided to specialize in the composition and arrangement of French jazz pieces. With two albums to her credit, Jazzons Québec and “Saoulée à l’autre” for which she is responsible on several levels, from the composition to the production, not to mention the arrangements and was in nomination for Jazz Album of the Year at the 2010 ADISQ gala.
Instrumental Album of the Year
Francophone Album of the Year
Children's Album of the Year
Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber Ensemble
Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment
Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance
Classical Composition of the Year
Rap Recording of the Year
Dance Recording of the Year
R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
Reggae Recording of the Year
Aboriginal Album of the Year (Sponsored by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network)
When Inez Jasper lets loose on stage you can’t help but see she has the pipes, the moves and the drive to become a genuine superstar. It’s a dream of hers, she says, one she hopes make a reality with her new album, Burn Me Down, released August 2013.
Roots & Traditional Album of the Year: Solo
Roots & Traditional Album of the Year: Group
Blues Album of the Year (Sponsored by Stingray Music)
Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year
World Music Album of the Year (Sponsored by Canada Council for the Arts)
Iranian born composer/ multi-instrumentalist Loga R. Torkian is internationally recognized for his ground- breaking work with world music groups Niyaz and Axiom Of Choice. A highly gifted composer and a visionary in his field, Loga is respected worldwide for his ability to combine his knowledge of the Persian classical repertoire with his knowledge of Western composition, to create his own unique, modern compositions. Loga's performances have been featured on many major film scores which include Body of Lies, Iron Man, Prince of Persia and Trespass.
Jack Richardson Producer of the Year (Sponsored by Slaight Music)
Recording Engineer of the Year (Sponsored by Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology [OIART])
Recording Package of the Year
Chris Staples is one of Canada’s leading creative thinkers. In fact, since 1997, he has been named the number one creative director in the country eight times (including four times at Rethink, with co-creative director Ian Grais). Chris has an honours degree in journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa. He has spent his entire career in Western Canada. In 1990 he moved to Vancouver as a writer at Palmer Jarvis (now DDB). Three years later he was creative director, helping lead that agency to three Agency of the Year titles in five years. In 1999, Chris started Rethink with Ian Grais and Tom Shepansky. He splits his time between high-level strategy with clients and creative direction on all accounts in both Vancouver and Toronto. Chris has won a slew of national and international awards, and has served as a judge at Cannes (twice), the Clios (twice), D&AD, the One Show, the ANDYs and the Communication Arts Annual. In his spare time he travels incessantly and watches far too much reality television.