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2019
AHI In Our Time

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

2005
Aileen Lombardo Living Water

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year

2021
Akeel Henry “Rain (feat. Swae Lee)” (co-producer Mike 'DZL' Holmes) BACK HOME – Trey Songz, “Spell My Name” (co-producer Antonio Dixon) SPELL MY NAME – Toni Braxton

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year

2014
Akustix Mandela

Reggae Recording of the Year

1977

Instrumental Artist(s) of the Year

1980
Al Clouston Cinderelly

Comedy Album of the Year (79-84)

1984
Al Clouston Laugh to Your Heart`s Delight

Comedy Album of the Year (79-84)

2010

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year

2016
Al Muirhead It's About Time

Jazz Album of the Year: Solo

2020

Jazz Album of the Year: Group

1993
Al Simmons Somehting's Fishy at Camp Wiganishie

Best Children's Album

1996
Al Simmons Celery Stalks At Midnight

Best Children's Album

1998
Al Simmons The Truck I Bought From Moe

Best Children's Album

2010
Alain Bédard Bluesy Lunedi

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year

2005

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year

1992
Mitsou Alain Desrochers Dis Moi, Dis Moi - Mitsou

Best Video

1996
Alain Desrochers Susan Aglukark O Siem - Susan Aglukark

Best Video

2010
London Mozart Players Alain Lefèvre Mathieu, Shostakovich, Mendelssohn: Concertino & Concertos

Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment

2004
Alain Lefèvre Quebec Symphony Orchestra Conertos: Matthieu, Addinsell, Gershwin

Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment

2016
Alan Doyle So Let’s Go

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

The JUNOS were established in 1971. All awards dated 1970 are RPM Gold Leaf Awards. Read more about RPM Awards.

CARAS rescheduled the 1988 ceremony from fall to spring 1989. As a result, there was no 1988 JUNO Awards show.

8034 TOTAL NOMINEES