In 2003, the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences changed the name of the Juno presented to aboriginal artists from best music of aboriginal Canada recording to aboriginal recording of the year. The original award had been presented from 1994 to 2002. The following were the winners for aboriginal recording of the year from 2003 to present.
2005, Taima, Taima.
Taima is the Inuk/French-Canadian pairing of singer/composer Elisapie Isaac and guitarist/composer Alain Auger. “Taima” is an Inuktitut expression meaning, “Enough! It’s over. Let’s move on.” The group was founded in 2001 and resulted in an award-winning debut with a self-titled album, which was released in 2004. The album also received recognition from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, picking up best folk album and best album design. The duo also has individual accomplishments. Isaac is recipient of the National Film Board’s First Nations filmmaker award, while Auger has a dozen movie scores to his name.
"Inutuulunga" by Taima
"Inuusivunga" by Taima.
Elisapie Isaac on CBC Music
Elisapie Isaac on CBC's 8th Fire
on Mar 26, 2012