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Juno Awards of 2018 | Full Nominees List

The Juno Awards of 2018, honouring Canadian music achievements, will be presented in Vancouver, British Columbia during the weekend of 24–25 March 2018.

The primary telecast ceremonies will be held at Rogers Arena. Vancouver previously hosted the Juno Awards in 1991, 1998 and 2009.

Michael Bublé is scheduled to host these awards after having stepped down from his scheduled hosting the previous year due to his son’s cancer diagnosis.

Nominations are slated to be announced on 6 February 2018.

Changes in 2018 from previous years include the reintroduction of the Juno Award for Comedy Album of the Year, a category which has not been awarded since 1984.

See Full Nominees List Below

Video of the Year
The Drugs – Mother Mother, Emma Higgins
Venus Fly – Grimes
Leaving the Table – Leonard Cohen, Christopher Mills
Gatekeeper – Jessie Reyez, Peter Huang
Knocking at the Door – Arkells, Shane Cunningham, Mark Myers

International Album of the Year
Stoney – Post Malone
Divide – Ed Sheeran
Reputation – Taylor Swift
24K Magic – Bruno Mars
Damn – Kendrick Lamar

Songwriter of the Year
Scott Helman – 21 Days, Kinda Complicated, PDA
Gordon Downie – A Natural, The North, Introduce Yerself
Amelia Curran – Try, Come Back for Me, Watershed
Kevin Drew – A Natural, The North, Introduce Yerself
Rose Cousins – White Flag, Grace, Chosen
Charlotte Cardin – The Kids, Paradise Motion, Main Girl

Single of the Year
I Feel It Coming – The Weeknd, Daft Punk
There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back – Shawn Mendes
How Far I’ll Go – Alessia Cara
Everything Now – Arcade Fire
Knocking at the Door – Arkells

Pop Album of the Year
My Love – Ria Mae
Hôtel de Ville – Scott Helman
Cageless – Hedley
Skin & Earth – Lights
Safe Haven – Ruth B

Album of the Year
Nobody but Me – Michael Bublé
Everything Now – Arcade Fire
Revival – Johnny Reid
Safe Haven – Ruth B
Now – Shania Twain

Aboriginal Album of the Year
PowWowStep – DJ Shub
Medicine Songs – Buffy Sainte-Marie
The Fight Within – Iskwé
Sedna – Kelly Fraser
Here & Now – Indian City

Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Virginia to Vegas
Jessie Reyez
Charlotte Cardin
Allan Rayman

Fan Choice Award
The Weeknd
Alessia Cara
Jessie Reyez
Shawn Mendes
Theory of a Deadman
Shawn Hook
Justin Bieber
Walk Off The Earth

Recording Engineer of the Year
Eric Ratz – My Little RnR, Knocking at the Door
Riley Bell – Get You, We Find Love
Shawn Everett – Slip Away, Pain
Gus van Go – Paradise, Boys Like You
Ben Kaplan – Widowmaker, Speak

Adult Alternative Album of the Year
Sincerely, Future Pollution – Timber Timbre
New Mistakes – Terra Lightfoot
Twin Solitude – Leif Vollebekk
Panther in the Dollhouse – Whitehorse
Introduce Yerself – Gordon Downie

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
Freudian – Daniel Caesar
Unbound 01 – Keshia Chanté
Kiddo – Jessie Reyez
Foreign Water – Jahkoy Palmer
Human – Jhyve

Dance Recording of the Year
Get What You Give – Felix Cartal
Deeper – KAPRI
Closer (Mattias G80’s Mix) – Laurell, Nick Fiorucci
Almost Home – Nadia Ali, Sultan & Shepard, Iro
Not Going Home – DVBBS, Gia Koka, CMC$

Rap Recording of the Year
Shooters – Tory Lanez
001: Experiments – Lou Phelps
Lil Mont from The Ave – Clairmont The Second
Mumble Rap – Belly
Coach Fresh – Maestro

Group of the Year
Arcade Fire
Broken Social Scene
A Tribe Called Red

Classical Album of the Year – Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment
Rebelles baroques – Arion Baroque Orchestra
Elgar & Tchaikovsky – Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Johannes Moser
Beethoven: Violin Concerto Op. 61; Romances; Schubert: Rondo –
Liverpool Philharmonic Choir, James Ehnes
The Shaman & Arctic Symphony – Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Nunavut Sivuniksavut Performers
Works for Piano & Orchestra – Jan Lisiecki, NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra

Blues Album of the Year
Time to Roll – MonkeyJunk
No Time Like Now – Steve Strongman
Better The Devil You Know – Big Dave McLean
Something I’ve Done – Downchild Blues Band
Big City Back Country Blues – Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Brandon Isaak, Tim Williams

Breakthrough Group of the Year
The Dead South
The Beaches
The Jerry Cans
The Franklin Electric
James Barker Band

Comedy Album of the Year
Fatherland – Charlie Demers
Sorry! (A Canadian Album) – K. Trevor Wilson
I Wanted to Be a Dinosaur – Ivan Decker
[Indistinct Chatter] – D.J. Demers
In Living Kohler – Rebecca Kohler

Producer of the Year
Diana Krall – Night And Day, L-O-V-E
Matthew Burnett – Get You, We Find Love
Jordan Evans – Get You, We Find Love
Tawgs Salter – PDA, Electric Love
Felix Cartal – Drifting Away, Get What You Give
Brian Howes – The Drugs, Better Days
Jason van Poederooyen – The Drugs, Better Days

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