Juno Awards of 2014
The Juno Awards of 2014 honoured Canadian music industry achievements in the latter part of 2012 and in most of 2013. The awards were presented in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada during the weekend of 29–30 March 2014. The main ceremony took place at the MTS Centre and was televised on CTV.
|Juno Awards of 2014|
The 2014 Juno Awards Logo
|Date||30 March 2014|
|Venue||MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba|
|Hosted by||Classified, Johnny Reid, and Serena Ryder|
In October 2012, CARAS announced that it selected Winnipeg as the host city for the 2014 Juno Awards. Winnipeg previously hosted in 2005. The other known bid was from Victoria, British Columbia, which planned to host the primary ceremony at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre.
Juno Week events began on 24 March 2014:
- 28–29 March - JunoFest concerts
- 28 March - Juno Cup benefit hockey game at MTS Iceplex
- 29 March - private gala at RBC Convention Centre where most awards were presented
- 30 March - televised ceremony at the MTS Centre, where seven major awards were presented
- Gord Bamford
- Dean Brody
- Brett Kissel
- Matt Mays
- Sarah McLachlan
- Serena Ryder
- The Sheepdogs
- Tegan and Sara
- Walk off the Earth
Nominees and winnersEdit
The Allan Waters Humanitarian Award was presented to Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida. Frank Davies is the 2014 Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award recipient for his work in the recording industry. Bachman–Turner Overdrive were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, introduced by astronaut Chris Hadfield.
Nominees were announced on 4 February 2014, based on music released during the eligibility window from 1 September 2012 to 13 November 2013.
|Artist of the Year||Group of the Year|
|Breakthrough Artist of the Year||Breakthrough Group of the Year|
|Fan Choice Award||Songwriter of the Year|
|Producer of the Year||Recording Engineer of the Year|
Songs and recordingsEdit
|Single of the Year||Classical Composition of the Year|
|Dance Recording of the Year||R&B/Soul Recording of the Year|
|Rap Recording of the Year||Reggae Recording of the Year|
|Recording Package of the Year||Video of the Year|
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