The president of the Junos is apologizing for "off-script remarks" Russell Peters made about young women in the crowd and Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly while hosting the awards show.
Melanie Joly critical of comedian’s jokes — including calling the young females in the audience a ‘felony waiting to happen’ — during Sunday’s awards ceremony.
Awards voters wanted it darker, it seems, honouring deceased Leonard Cohen, the ailing Gord Downie and his band — before cutting the latter off in the live telecast. And, still, not much love for Drake.
Brampton’s Alessia Cara wins pop album of the year; Pickering’s Shawn Mendes is the fans’ choice.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked for it, Bryan Adams delivered. Sunday night’s Juno Awards opened with a skit that had the prime minister phoning in a request for “Summer of ‘69” and the show closed with a celebratory all-star performance.
THE 2017 JUNO AWARDS pulled out all the stops at the sold-out live broadcast celebrating Canada's diverse musical talent.
Canadian comedian, Russell Peters, takes a break from shooting CraveTV’s The Indian Detective to co-host awards in Ottawa. While in the middle of filming The Indian Detective, Peters planned a detour to Ottawa to co-host Sunday’s Juno Awards with rocker Bryan Adams. The two were chosen to replace singer Michael Bublé, who stepped down after his 3-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer.
The Junos will open with a performance from electronic group A Tribe Called Red, before other big acts like Alessia Cara, Sarah McLachlan and Shawn Mendes.
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Leonard Cohen told his family, in his final days, he was confident Donald Trump would be elected president of the United States. The Montreal singer-songwriter's son Adam recalled the prediction at Saturday's Juno gala dinner, where his father received a posthumous artist of the year prize.