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Hamilton hosts Junos again after 14 years

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The Juno Awards will return to Steeltown next year.

Hamilton will host the 2015 Juno Awards and Juno Week celebrations, March 9-15. The 44th annual Juno Awards will be broadcast on CTV from Copps Coliseum on Sunday, March 15, 2015.

Hamilton last hosted the awards in 2001.

"Bringing the Juno Awards back to Hamilton offers the opportunity to further support and develop the city and province’s vibrant music scene," said Melanie Berry, president and CEO of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences/The Juno Awards, in a release.

Four Hamilton acts — Monster Truck, Steve Strongman, Elliott Brood and The City Harmonic — picked up hardware at the 2013 Juno Awards in Regina.

Since 2002, the Junos have travelled city to city across Canada starting in St. John’s, followed by Ottawa (2003), Edmonton (2004), Winnipeg (2005), Halifax (2006), Saskatoon (2007), Calgary (2008), Vancouver (2009), St. John’s (2010), Toronto (2011), Ottawa (2012) and Regina (2013).

The 2014 Juno awards will be held in Winnipeg, March 24-30.

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