Take our JUNO Awards trivia challenge

How well do you know Canada’s Biggest Night in Music? Play along as we countdown to the 53rd JUNO Awards.

Test your Canadian music knowledge for a chance to win a CBC prize pack

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How well do you know Canada's Biggest Night in Music?

Play along as we countdown to the 53rd JUNO Awards.

The 2024 JUNO Awards take place Sunday, March 24 in Halifax. Nelly Furtado will host, Allison Russell, Charlotte Cardin, Aysanabee, Elisapie, Jeremy Dutcher, The Beaches, and more will perform and Maestro Fresh Wes will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. 

The awards will be broadcast and streamed live across Canada from 8 p.m. ET/9 p.m. at CBC-TV, CBC Gem, CBC Radio One, CBC Music, CBC Listen, and globally at and CBC Music's YouTube page. 

Check out these interviews and stories about this year's nominees to help you answer the five trivia questions in the entry form below. 

Five Fun Facts

Did you know one of Bob Marley's most revered songs has a connection with Nova Scotia? Juno-nominated singer Jah'Mila explains, and talks about her personal connection to Marley.

Saskatchewan's Katie Tupper has her first Juno nomination for her album "Where To Find Me." It is up for Traditional R&B-Soul Recording of the Year. Tupper talks with host Peter Mills about how she went from a marching band drummer to a neo-soul superstar.

Elisapie was jogging and listening to ABBA when she got the idea for her latest project, “Inuktitut.” It's a 10-track covers album of notable rock and pop hits that each represent a special childhood memory for Elisapie. She joins Tom to talk about the “healing journey” she's been on by reclaiming some of her most painful childhood memories through song.

Vancouver comedian Graham Clark discusses getting nominated for a Juno in the Best Comedy Album of the Year category.
 From Arkells to Zoon — Hamilton, Burlington and Niagara area musicians earn Juno nominations

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From left to right: Zoon, Josh Ross and Shawnee Kish are three Hamilton-are artists nominated in the 2024 Juno Awards. (Vanessa Heins, Josh Ross/Facebook, Blondi Photography)

What can you win?

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From totes to notes, five lucky winners will get this prize pack. (CBC)

Contest Rules 

Five winners will be randomly selected from entries with correct trivia answers.

No purchase required. Contest is open to all Canadian residents who have reached the age of majority in their province or territory of residence. Contest ends on March 23, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. ET.  Winners will be notified by email on or before March 25, 2024. Winners will be asked a mathematical skill-testing question. Prizes will be shipped to all winners by CBC.

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