The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences says the “Building a Mystery” songstress will be this year’s inductee into the space celebrating some of the country’s most influential musicians.
She’ll also be honoured with a tribute during the Juno Awards on April 2.
McLachlan has gathered numerous accolades throughout her career, including 10 Juno Awards and three Grammys.
She’s also the founder of Lilith Fair, considered one of the most influential music festivals of the 1990s, which helped promote female artists.
The Juno Awards will be broadcast this year from Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre.