(Photograph by Jimmy Fontaine)

Faouzia could be Gen Z’s next big pop star

The Moroccan-Canadian singer built a huge fan base and netted a Juno nomination—without even releasing an album

The head of the Junos on #JunosSoMale, politics in music, and more

Allan Reid, the head of CARAS, on Canada’s musical and political moment, and the criticisms that the Juno Awards are too male

Photo gallery: Pop-up portraits from the 2015 Juno Awards

At this weekend’s Junos in Hamilton, the National Music Centre teamed up with acclaimed photographer Norman Wong

Not so odd: The 2015 Junos fail to revel in Canada’s weirdness

Despite a number of opportunities, the 2015 Junos unsurprisingly stuck to the script, eschewing Canadian music’s essential oddness

With her Juno win, Kiesza becomes a Canadian star

The Junos’ Breakthrough Artist of the Year discusses her prize, her platform, and why she owes her career to the LGBT community

Why Alanis still matters

Two decades on, as Alanis Morissette beats Queen Celine to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, the legacy of ‘Jagged Little Pill’ is more alive than ever

Why the Junos need to recapture Canadian music’s weirdness

Music in Canada—our disparate, wide land mass—can be defined by its innovative oddness. So why don’t the Juno Awards reflect that?

How to fix the Junos

The Junos are tired and need a kick in the pants. Adrian Lee has some suggestions.

Forever Young

Neil Young was the designated patriarch at this year’s Juno love-in between elders and upstarts

The Junos were better than the Oscars and Grammys

Drake hosted better than he raps


Backstage at the Junos

‘Oh, good: a roomful of people we hate’


Maclean’s Interview: Russell Peters

Comedian Russell Peters talks to Kenneth Whyte about ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and some of the more curious Oscar performances