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BIG WINS FOR BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE, DEAR ROUGE, THE WEEKND, AND WHITEHORSE AT THE 2016 JUNO GALA DINNER & AWARDS IN CALGARY

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) crowned 35 new JUNO Award winners during the 2016 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN this evening in Calgary. A night of big wins and even bigger talent, more than 1,100 music industry guests and JUNO Award nominees joined host Jessi Cruickshank at the Telus Calgary Convention Centre to celebrate the best in Canadian music from the past year.

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THE 2016 JUNO GALA DINNER & AWARDS PRESENTED BY SOCAN WILL STREAM LIVE ON JUNO TV APRIL 2, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ENTERTAINMENT ONE

Returning for a second year in a row, LA host of etalk on CTV and host of CBC’s Canada’s Smartest Person, Jessi Cruickshank will entertain attendees and viewers through the sought-after industry celebration, where 35 JUNO Awards, the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award and the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award will be presented.

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RUSH TO BE HONOURED WITH THE 2015 ALLAN WATERS HUMANITARIAN AWARD

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced Rush – Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart – as the recipient of the 2015 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, sponsored by Bell Media. The JUNO Award-winning and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame trio exemplifies the spirit of the award through their music and devotion to philanthropy and humanitarian causes, both of which have touched millions of lives and spanned generations.

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“WITH GLOWING HEARTS” JUNO AWARDS MERCHANDISE LINE LAUNCHED

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced the launch of their official JUNO Awards merchandise line titled “With Glowing Hearts”. A new initiative spearheaded to celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the JUNO Awards, CARAS commissioned 2013 JUNO Award winner and Toronto based artist Justin Broadbent to design this year’s merchandise.

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