Meet the youngest-ever Juno Awards nominee, a food-loving 4-year-old from Burlington, Ont.

Sarah Blackwood and Gianni (Luminati) Nicassio say that as soon as their son Romeo started eating solid foods, "he ate everything."

"We gave him a massive bowl of olives when he was very young, like, right off the boob, for lack of a better term," Nicassio told CBC Toronto.

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