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Arcade Fire will be the top contender at this year's Juno Awards. 

Nominations for the Canadian music honors were announced on Tuesday, and the indie rockers nabbed a total of six nods.  Their chart-topping album Reflektor and its title track are up for Album and Single of the Year, respectively, while the band is in the running for both Group and Songwriter of the Year.  They're also up for the Fan's Choice honor along with Drake, Hedley, Robin Thicke, Justin Bieber, and more. 

Tegan and Sara, meanwhile, picked up five nominations including Group, Single, and Songwriter of the Year.  The duo is also in the ceremony's lineup of performers, which currently includes Robin Thicke, City and Colour, and Serena Ryder as well. 

The 2014 Juno Awards will be handed out in Winnipeg, Manitoba on March 30th.

Check out some of the 2014 Juno Award nominees:



Artist of the Year:

Celine Dion


Michael Buble

Robin Thicke

Serena Ryder


Group of the Year:

Arcade Fire

Blue Rodeo


Tegan and Sara

Walk Off the Earth


Single of the Year:

"Reflektor," Arcade Fire

"Inner Ninja," Classified feat. David Myles

"It's a Beautiful Day," Michael Bublé

"What I Wouldn't Do," Serena Ryder

"Closer," Tegan and Sara


Album of the Year:

Reflektor, Arcade Fire

Loved Me Back to Life, Celine Dion

Nothing Was the Same, Drake

To Be Loved, Michael Buble

Harmony, Serena Ryder


Songwriter of the Year:

Arcade Fire

Henry (Cirkut) Walter

Ron Sexsmith

Serena Ryder

Tegan and Sara Quin.


Breakthrough Group of the Year:

A Tribe Called Red

Autumn Hill

Born Ruffians

Courage My Love

July Talk


Breakthrough Artist of the Year:

Brett Kissel

Florence K

Tim Hicks

Tyler Shaw

Wake Owl


International Album of the Year:

Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars

The Marshall Mathers LP II, Eminem

Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

Take Me Home, One Direction

Truth About Love, Pink


Fan's Choice:

Arcade Fire

Avril Lavigne

Celine Dion



Justin Bieber

Michael Buble

Robin Thicke

Serena Ryder


Walk Off the Earth

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