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THE award goes to... Alessia Cara Leads Canadian Grammy Nominees CHANGES Other Canadian nominees include the cast and writers of the hit theatre produc- tion Come From Away, mastering engineer Joao Carvalho, and recording engineer Ryan Freeland. The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on Jan. 28, 2018. For a full list of nomi- nees, go to DANNY MICHEL AT THE CFMAs Danny Michel & Ken Yates among Canadian Folk Music Award Winners DAVID FARRELL ALESSIA CARA AT THE 2017 JUNO AWARDS Alessia Cara leads the Canadian nominees for the 2018 Grammy Awards. Justin Bieber, Leonard Cohen, Michael Buble, Sarah McLachlan, Daniel Caesar, and The Weeknd are among the other Canadians up for Grammys. Cara is nominated for New Artist of the Year, while her song with Logic and Khalid, “1-800-273-8255,” is nominated for both Song and Video of the Year. The song “Stay” by Zedd and Cara is up for the Pop/Duo Group Performance award. The global hit “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Bieber is nom- inated for Record, Song, and Best Pop Duo and Group Performance of the Year. Buble and McLachlan are both nom- inated in the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category. Buble is up for the deluxe edition of Nobody But Me and McLachlan for Wonderland. Cohen is nominated posthumously in the Best Rock Performance category for his song “You Want It Darker,” and Best Ameri- can Roots Performance for the track “Steer Your Way.” Additionally, Arcade Fire is up for Best Alternative Album for Everything Now. Daniel Caesar is nominated twice with the song “Get You” up for Best R&B Performance and his debut album Freudian up for Best R&B Album. Alex Cuba is nominated for Best Latin Pop Album for Lo Unico Con- stante and Northern Cree is nominated for Best Regional Roots Music Album for Miyo Kekisepa, Make a Stand. 14 • C A N A D I A N M U S I C I A N David Farrell to Be Inducted into Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame Canadian Music Week has announced that David Farrell will be the 2018 inductee to the Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame for his achievements and longstanding career in the music industry at the annual awards gala at Rebel Night- club in Toronto on May 10, 2018. For more than four decades, Farrell has chronicled the ups, downs, triumphs, disasters, and constant changes of Canada’s music industry. He is the former co-pub- lisher of The Record and has been report- ing on Canadian music and the industry for more than 35 years. For the last 10 years, Farrell has run the Canadian music industry website and its newsletter, which covers the industry’s people, companies, and organizations. For more information, go to Twenty awards were handed out over two bilingual evening celebrations at the 13 th Canadian Folk Music Awards in Ottawa on Nov. 18 th and 19 th . Danny Michel was honoured twice for his innovative album Khlebnikov, which received the Oliver Schroer Pushing the Boundaries Award. He was also awarded the Producer of the Year Award along with his collaborator Rob Carli. London, ON songwri \[X]\ۈ]\™܈][Y\[\\وHYX\[[\ۙܚ]\وHYX\܈\[[B[ݚ[KY[X]\HۙH][\žYX\&\\و]\X\Y[[Y[B[و\YH[XYYKX[Xx&\B\HX\XH[[^HJK[[\\Y[ YYH[\[HY[JB\[\ڙXHXYZ[\[[[Z\HZ[X[p[p&B[\HX\YHYX]H[[[Y\&B[^H[H\H[[\˂܈H[\وZ[Y\[[\˙]\˘K[\x&\Y][\[”ڙXSܘ[^B[\x&\Y][\ۈB L MLܘ[^H[H M™Y][ۈوڙXS YZ[\\YH[\H]\X[[YY[\H[H]\XY[][ۂSMLڙXS\\وH][^YX\ HZ[[ۈܘ[H\YۙYX\\H[\][ۘ[]\X\Y\وYH[Y\[[\H\\[X[K[]HH[ L[[\[XYH[[\H\KHYH[[\\NY][\ L MLNXHܜH K N[[XBX[ L K܈[ܙH[ܛX][ۋ˜ڙX[[KK