Juno Awards of 2002

The Juno Awards of 2002 were presented in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada during the weekend of 13–14 April 2002.

Juno Awards of 2002
Date13–14 April 2002
VenueMile One Stadium, St. John's, NFLD
Hosted byBarenaked Ladies
Television/radio coverage

Nominations were announced 11 February 2002 at a news conference hosted by Mike Bullard. Awards for the secondary categories were presented in a non-televised gala on 13 April.

The primary ceremonies were conducted on 14 April at Mile One Stadium and televised by CTV, the first time for the private broadcaster. CBC Television had previously held the broadcast rights for the primary Juno ceremonies. The telecast was hosted by members of Barenaked Ladies and attracted the highest ratings in several years (approximately 1.4 million viewers).

Diana Krall won awards three categories based on her album The Look of Love. Nickelback also won three Junos on the strength of their album Silver Side Up, whose recording engineer won an additional Juno. Daniel Lanois was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Nominees and winnersEdit

Best ArtistEdit

Winner: Diana Krall

Other Nominees:

Best New Solo ArtistEdit

Winner: Hawksley Workman

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Best GroupEdit

Winner: Nickelback

Other Nominees:

Best New GroupEdit

Winner: Default

Other Nominees:

Best SongwriterEdit

Winner: Jann Arden, "Never Mind", "Thing for You" (with co-songwriter Russell Broom)

Other Nominees:

Best Country Artist/GroupEdit

Winner: Carolyn Dawn Johnson

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Best New Country Artist/GroupEdit

Winner: The Ennis Sisters

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Best ProducerEdit

Winner: Daniel Lanois with co-producer Brian Eno, "Beautiful Day" and "Elevation" by U2

Other Nominees:

Best Recording EngineerEdit

Winner: Randy Staub, "How You Remind Me" and "Too Bad" by Nickelback

Other Nominees:

Canadian Music Hall of FameEdit

Winner: Daniel Lanois

Walt Grealis Special Achievement AwardEdit

Winner: Michael Cohl

Nominated and winning albumsEdit

Best AlbumEdit

Winner: The Look of Love, Diana Krall

Other Nominees:

Best Blues AlbumEdit

Winner: Big Mouth, Colin Linden

Other Nominees:

Best Children's AlbumEdit

Winner: A Classical Kids Christmas, Susan Hammond

Other Nominees:

  • Call of the Wild, Aaron Burnett
  • Chase a Rainbow, The Just Kidding Band
  • Red's in the Hood, Judy & David
  • Songs from the Boom Box, Judy & David

Best Classical Album (Solo or Chamber Ensemble)Edit

Winner: Bach Arrangements, Angela Hewitt

Other Nominees:

Best Classical Album (Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment)Edit

Winner: Max Bruch, Concertos 1 & 3, James Ehnes (violin), Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal

Other Nominees:

Best Classical Album (Vocal or Choral Performance)Edit

Winner: Airs Francais, Ben Heppner

Other Nominees:

  • Exsultate, Jubilate, Karina Gauvin (soprano), CBC Radio Orchestra
  • Forgotten Songs, Forgotten Loves, Wendy Nielsen
  • Handel: Sacred Arias, Daniel Taylor
  • Singing Somers Theatre, Monica Whicher (soprano), Robert Cram (flute), various soloists

Best Album DesignEdit

Winner: Sebastien Toupin, Benoit St-Jean, Michel Valois, Martin Tremblay, Disparu by La Chicane

Other Nominees:

Best Gospel AlbumEdit

Winner: Downhere, Downhere

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Best Instrumental AlbumEdit

Winner: Armando's Fire, Oscar Lopez

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Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic)Edit

Winner: Hot Shot, Shaggy

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Best Traditional Jazz Album - InstrumentalEdit

Winner: Live at the Senator, Mike Murley, Ed Bickert and Steve Wallace

Other Nominees:

  • And It Really Was..., The Brigham Phillips Big Band
  • Forgotten Memories, Don Thompson
  • Spectacular, Campbell Ryga
  • Street Culture, Paul Tobey

Best Contemporary Jazz Album - InstrumentalEdit

Winner: Live, François Bourassa Trio and Andre LeRoux

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Best Vocal Jazz AlbumEdit

Winner: The Look of Love, Diana Krall

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Best Roots or Traditional Album - GroupEdit

Winner: Cordial, La Bottine Souriante

Other Nominees:

  • Petit fou, Matapat
  • Post Atomic Hillbilly, Undertakin' Daddies
  • Sin & Other Salvations, The Wyrd Sisters
  • Songs of Work & Freedom, The Brothers Cosmoline

Best Roots or Traditional Album - SoloEdit

Winner: Far End of Summer, David Francey

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Best Alternative AlbumEdit

Winner: Poses, Rufus Wainwright

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Best Selling Francophone AlbumEdit

Winner: Les vents ont changé, Kevin Parent

Other Nominees:

Best Pop AlbumEdit

Winner: Morning Orbit, David Usher

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Best Rock AlbumEdit

Winner: Silver Side Up, Nickelback

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Nominated and winning releasesEdit

Best SingleEdit

Winner: "How You Remind Me", Nickelback

Other Nominees:

Best Music of Aboriginal Canada RecordingEdit

Winner: On and On, Eagle & Hawk

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Best Classical CompositionEdit

Winner: "Par-ci, par-la", Chan Ka Nin, Nouveaux Territoires by Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal

Other Nominees:

Best Dance RecordingEdit

Winner: "Spaced Invader", Hatiras

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Best Rap RecordingEdit

Winner: Bad Dreams, Swollen Members

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Best R&B/Soul RecordingEdit

Winner: "Don't You Forget It", Glenn Lewis

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Best Reggae RecordingEdit

Winner: "Love (African Woman)", Blessed

Other Nominees:

  • "A Friend for Life", Iley Dread
  • "Breathe", Sonia Collymore
  • "Never Let Jah Go", Chester Miller
  • "They Called Me Madness", Peculiar I

Best Global AlbumEdit

Winner: The Journey, Alpha Yaya Diallo

Other Nominees:

Best VideoEdit

Winner: Sean Michael Turrell, "Jealous of Your Cigarette" by Hawksley Workman

Other Nominees:


  • Flynn, Andrew (12 February 2002). "Cohen, Nickelback, Our Lady Peace lead Juno nominations: Barenaked Ladies to host CTV's first crack at awards show". National Post. p. B8.
  • "Total tourism inquiries as a result of Juno Awards". Newfoundland and Labrador: Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Recreation. Retrieved 17 November 2006.
  • Powell, W. Andrew (18 February 2002). "2002 Juno Awards Spotlight - Nominations". TheGATE.ca. Archived from the original on 27 April 2006. Retrieved 17 November 2006.
  • Juno Awards of 2002 at IMDb

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