Teen Daze, Renee Rosnes, Michael Bublé among Vancouver winners at 2023 Juno Awards

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      While the Weeknd swept most of the categories at the 2023 Junos, including Album of the Year for Dawn FM, a number of BC artists took home awards at last night’s ceremony in Edmonton.

      Teen Daze (the ambient dance-pop project of Jamison Isaak) won Electronic Album of the Year for the French house-inspired Interior.

      Celebrated Regina-born, North Vancouver-raised jazz pianist Renee Rosnes won Jazz Album of the Year for Kinds of Love, which features a supergroup of musicians including Chris Potter, Christian McBride, Carl Allen, and Rogério Boccato. It’s her sixth win.

      Michael Bublé’s latest effort, Higher, won Adult Contemporary Album of the Year. The Paul McCartney-produced record, which features a collaboration with Willie Nelson, marks Bublé’s ninth win at the Junos.

      Horsefly-based folk duo Pharis & Jason Romero took home their fourth Traditional Roots Album of the Year for Tell 'Em You Were Gold.

      And Nickelback—though originally from Alberta, now call Vancouver home—was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame by hometown hero Ryan Reynolds and Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid.

      See the full list of 2023 winners via CBC.