TORONTO - The Weeknd is back atop the nominees at this year’s Juno Awards while newcomer Tate McRae and pop-punk favourite Avril Lavigne trail close behind. They include album of the year for “Dawn FM,” single of the year for “Sacrifice” and artist of the year. ET, hosted by Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe (The Block, CBC Music). The event will be broadcast March 13 on CBC and CBC Gem, hosted by actor Simu Liu. Heading to the Junos with three nominations each are pop newcomers Preston Pablo and Rêve.
Source: CBC News January 31, 2023 21:30 UTC