The Moblees is a multi-platform "Movement Movement" designed to promote healthy active living among Canadian children. The Moblees aims to provide early intervention strategies to reduce childhood obesity and to inspire a foundational change in the way children and their families move through their daily lives. Set in the whimsical world of Terra Mova, the series invites children to join in the action, and engages them with energetic and compelling characters, catchy music, beautiful sets and adventurous storylines filled with fun, humour and above all, movement! As a multi-platform initiative, The Moblees will extend the experience for children and families beyond the television set to include online adventures and memberships, a tangible rewards system, and a variety of outreach stage shows and appearances across Canada.
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The Moblees - Juno Awards of 2018 - Netflix
The Juno Awards of 2018, honouring Canadian music achievements, were presented in Vancouver, British Columbia during the weekend of 24–25 March 2018. The primary telecast ceremonies were held at Rogers Arena. Vancouver previously hosted the Juno Awards in 1991, 1998 and 2009. Michael Bublé hosted these awards after having stepped down from his scheduled hosting the previous year due to his son's cancer diagnosis. Nominations were announced on 6 February 2018. Changes in 2018 from previous years include the reintroduction of the Juno Award for Comedy Album of the Year, a category which has not been awarded since 1984, and the ceremony's television broadcast returning to CBC Television, after previously being broadcast by CTV.
The Moblees - Nominees and winners - Netflix
Barenaked Ladies are the year's inductees into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Former band member Steven Page joined the band and performed at the primary Juno ceremonies. They were inducted by Geddy Lee of Rush. Denise Donlon, a former personality of MuchMusic and former president of Sony Music Canada, is the 2018 recipient of the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award for her contributions to the Canadian music industry. Gary Slaight is the recipient of the Humanitarian Award. He and his father founded the Slaight Family Foundation which supports music industry and artist development, healthcare and other social causes. As of this year, the Humanitarian Award is no longer named after Allan Waters. Slaight received the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award at the 2012 Juno Awards.
The Moblees - References - Netflix