TORONTO -- Polaris Prize winner Jeremy Dutcher and francophone pop singer Coeur de Pirate are hitting the stage at this year's Juno Awards.

Both musicians are among the latest round of performers added to the broadcast.

Dutcher -- who's nominated for Indigenous album of the year -- will play alongside violinist Blake Pouliot, who's up for classical album.

Coeur de Pirate will pair up with Quebec rapper Loud for their performance. They're both in the running for francophone album of the year.

Country pair the Reklaws have also joined previously announced performers Loud Luxury, Bulow and Corey Hart, who's being inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Sarah McLachlan hosts the Junos, which will broadcast live on CBC from London, Ont., on March 17.