1978 – Born on December 2nd in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Canadian singer.
1987 – She began broadening her instrumental skills to include a considerably larger quantity of saliva, taking up the trombone and putting it to use in jazz, classical and marching band contexts.
2000 – Her debut offering "Whoa Nelly!" was on the streets and manhandling the music charts.
2001 – Received a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
– Received Juno Awards for Best Singel, Best New Solo Artist, Best Producer and Best Songwriter.
2002 – Won "Best Pop Vocal, Female" Grammy for her song "I’m Like A Bird".
2003 – Her second album "Folklore", a less pop-oriented return to her blend of musical influences was made and a greater emphasis was placed on non-Western sources.
2007 – Engaged to sound engineer Demacio ‘Demo’ Castellon on July 6th.