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Juno Deadlines & Category Changes

Submissions open today for eligible submissions with a deadline of October 18 for discounted early-bird entries and a final deadline no later than November 8.  

Juno Deadlines & Category Changes

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Submissions open today for eligible submissions with a deadline of October 18 for discounted early-bird entries and a final deadline no later than November 8.  


Additionally, eligible members of the Academy of Canadian Recording Arts & Sciences (CARAS) should note carefully that a number of changes have been made in four categories:

The Music Canada-sponsored Album and International Album now fall within the same submission period and eligibility dates as regular categories.

APTN-sponsored Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year has been changed to Indigenous Artist or Group of the year. Eligible individuals must be Inuit, First Nation or Métis and eligible groups must have at least 50% of members be Inuit, First Nation or Métis.

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The Apple-sponsored Artist of the Year and FACTOR-sponsored Breakthrough Artist of the Year will now be determined by the following weighting: 50% consumption (sales/streams), 25% Academy Delegate vote, 15% social data and 10% radio audience.

The SiriusXM-sponsored Canada Comedy Album has Just for Laughs has, for the first time, providing a subsidy to cover the cost of submission fees in the category.

For a complete list of Awards categories, eligibility rules, and voting criteria, visit www.junoawards.ca/submissions.

Sign up to become a CARAS Academy Delegate and receive 40% off submissions: www.junoawards.ca/join

The 49th annual Juno week starts March 9 in Saskatoon and culminates with the CBC live broadcast of the Awards from SaskTel Centre on Sunday, March 15.

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