Congrats to them all!

New Juno nominations for Anne Murray, Jill Barber
Songbird Anne Murray and Halifax singer-songwriter Jill Barber have earned additional nominations for Juno Awards.
The Canada Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences erred in its calculations when it issued its list of Juno nominees on Feb. 5.
The academy issued a release Friday saying it’s checked the figures again and consulted with an “independent third party” and realized it will have to make adjustments in three categories.
As a result, Murray has a nomination for album of the year for her Duets: Friends & Legends.
The category now has six nominees ó rather than the usual five. The others are:
The Best Damn Thing, Avril Lavigne.
D’elles, CÈline Dion.
Taking Chances, CÈline Dion.
The Reminder, Feist.
Call Me Irresponsible, Michael BublÈ.
Murray, who will perform at the Junos, also has a nomination for pop album of the year for Duets.
Barber gets a nomination for best new artist to add to her nomination for best roots and traditional solo album for For All Time.
The other nominees in the new artist category are:
Jeremy Fisher.
Justin Nozuka.
Serena Ryder.
Suzie McNeil.
In the rap recording category, Fall from Paradise by Classified has been eliminated because it had a Juno nomination in 2007.
The new nominee is JDiggz for Memoirs of a Playbwoy, competing against:
The Revolution, Belly.
The FEWturistic, Brassmunk.
Port Authority, Marco Polo.
The Old Prince, Shad.
It is not the first time the recording academy has miscalculated in its nomination formulas, which are partly based on albums sold. In 2004, it also made changes in three categories.
The winners are determined by member voting.
The Juno Awards will take place in Calgary on April 6.