The 2013 Juno Award winners

Metric and Carly Rae Jepsen win three trophies each, while Bieber takes home the Fan Choice award

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Last night in Regina, Sask., the 42nd Juno Awards honoured the best in Canadian music. The ceremony was hosted by Michael Bublé. Performers included multiple Juno-award nominee Carly Rae Jepsen, along with the Saskatoon band The Sheepdogs, Montreal’s Metric, Toronto’s Serena Ryder and Billy Talent, and Vancouver’s Hannah Georgas and Marianas Trench. Absent was Justin Bieber, who is currently touring Europe. However the 19-year-old pop star managed to pick up the Juno Fan Choice award.

Here is a complete list of the winners:


Album of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen, Kiss

Single of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen, Call Me Maybe

Group of the Year: Marianas Trench

Breakthrough Group of the Year: Monster Truck

Songwriter of the Year: Leonard Cohen, for Amen, Going Home and Show Me the Place (co-writer Patrick Leonard) from Old Ideas.

Adult Alternative Album of the Year: Serena Ryder, Harmony.

Juno Fan Choice Award: Justin Bieber


Artist of the Year: Leonard Cohen

Breakthrough Artist of the Year: The Weeknd

Pop Album of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen, Kiss

Country Album of the year: Johnny Reid, Fire It Up

Alternative Album of the Year: Metric, Synthetica

Rock Album of the Year: Rush, Clockwork Angels

Rap Recording of the Year: Classified, “Inner Ninja” (featuring David Myles)

Dance Recording of the Year: Anjulie, “You and I”

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year: The Weeknd, Trilogy

Electronic Album of the Year: Grimes, Visions

Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year: Woods of Ypres, Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year: The Tenors, Lead With Your Heart

Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Solo: Rose Cousins, We Have Made a Spark

Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Group: Elliott Brood, Days Into Years

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year: Emilie-Claire Barlow, Seule Ce Soir.

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year: Joel Miller, Swim

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year: Murley, Bickert & Wallace, Test of Time

Instrumental Album of the Year: Pugs & Crows, Fantastic Pictures

Francophone Album of the Year: Louis-Jean Cormier, Le treizieme étage

Children’s Album of the Year: Emilie Mover, The Stella and Sam Album, featuring Emilie Mover

Classical Album of the Year, Solo or Chamber Ensemble: Amici Chamber Ensemble, Levant

Classical Album of the Year, Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment: James Ehnes, Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto

Classical Album of the Year, Vocal or Choral Performance: Karina Gauvin, Prima Donna

Classical Composition of the Year: Vivian Fung, Violin Concerto

Reggae Recording of the Year: Exco Levi, Storms of Life

Aboriginal Album of the Year: Crystal Shawanda, Just Like You

Blues Album of the Year: Steve Strongman, A Natural Fact

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: The City Harmonic, I Have a Dream (It Feels Like Home)

World Music Album of the Year: Lorraine Klaasen, Tribute to Miriam Makeba

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year: James Shaw, “Youth Without Youth” and “Breathing Underwater,” from Synthetica

Recording Engineer of the Year: Kevin Churko (co-engineer Kane Churko): In This Moment, Blood (from Blood); Five Finger Death Punch, Coming Down (from American Capitalist)

Recording Package of the Year: Justin Broadbent, art director/designer/photoagrapher for Metric, Synthetica

Video of the Year: Drake, HYFR, dir.: Director X

Music DVD of the Year: The Tragically Hip, Bobcaygeon, by Andy Keen, Bernie Breen, Patrick Sambrook and Shawn Marion

International Album of the Year: Mumford & Sons, Babel

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