The best in Canadian music have been revealed.

On Sunday night, the 2022 Juno Awards, hosted by Simu Liu, opened with incredible performances by Arkells and Regina-born Tesher before getting to the prizes.

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The first award of the night, for Rap Album of the Year, went to Haviah Mighty for her record Stock Exchange.

Arkells were next up, following their whirlwind opening performance with a win for Group of the Year.

Singer Deborah Cox, winner of three Junos in the ’90s, along with five other nominations, was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Hame during the ceremony.

“It wasn’t easy to leave my home but it was necessary,” she said. “I’m not sure I’d be standing here this evening. Those rejections became my redirection and only added fuel to my fire.”

Pop star Shawn Mendes was also honoured with the special International Achievement Award for his success all over the world with hits like “Stitches”, “Treat You Better”, and “Señorita”. Mendes also took home the TikTok Fan Choice award.

Breakthrough Artist of the Year went to pop singer Jessia, who received four nominations in total from her debut EP How Are You?.

The biggest award of the night, for Album of the Year, went to Montreal’s Charlotte Cardin, whose critically acclaimed album Phoenix reached No. 1 on the Canadian charts.

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Awards were also handed out on Saturday night, ahead of the main show, with winners including the Weeknd, Brett Kissel, and more.

Check out the full list below.

POP ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Phoenix – Charlotte Cardin

REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEAR
Easy Now – Kairo McLean

JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR (GROUP)
Worldview – Avataar

ALBUM ARTWORK OF THE YEAR
Mykaël Nelson (Art Director, Designer, & Illustrator), Nicolas Lemieux (Art Director & Designer), Albert Zablit
(Photographer)
HISTOIRES SANS PAROLES – HARMONIUM SYMPHONIQUE – Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, conducted by Simon Leclerc

CONTEMPORARY R&B RECORDING OF THE YEAR
“Take My Breath” – The Weeknd

CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS ARTIST OR GROUP OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY
INDIGENOUS TOURISM ASSOCIATION OF CANADA)
War Club – DJ Shub

JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SOLO)
Change of Plans – Will Bonness

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SOLO ARTIST)
enargeia – Emily D’Angelo

JACK RICHARDSON PRODUCER OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY AUDIO-TECHNICA)
WondaGurl
“Fair Trade (feat. Travis Scott)” (co-producers Jahaan Sweet, OZ, Patron, Travis Scott)
Certified Love Boy – Drake
“Made a Way (feat. Lil Durk and Future)” (co-producers Allen Ritter, FaZe Kaysan)

BREAKTHROUGH GROUP OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY FACTOR, THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
AND CANADA’S PRIVATE RADIO BROADCASTERS)
Monowhales

CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN/GOSPEL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
No Greater Love – The Color

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR (LARGE ENSEMBLE)
Solfeggio L’Harmonie des saisons, conducted by Eric Milnes ft. Hélène
Brunet

SINGLE OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY LIVE NATION)
“Meaningless” – Charlotte Cardin

COMEDY ALBUM OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY SIRIUSXM CANADA)
Grandma’s Girl 姥姥的孩子 – Andrea Jin 金玉琪

DANCE RECORDING OF THE YEAR
“Caution” – Kaytranada Sony

CHILDREN’S ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Falling in Africa – Garth Prince

INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
That Tall Distance – David Myles

ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY CBC MUSIC)
When Smoke Rises – Mustafa

CLASSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE YEAR
“Arras” – Keiko Devaux

TRADITIONAL R&B/SOUL RECORDING OF THE YEAR
24hrs – Savannah Ré

ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY LONG & MCQUADE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS)
Sisters Not Twins (The Professional Lovers Album) – The Beaches

VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Now Pronouncing: Caity Gyorgy – Caity Gyorgy

INTERNATIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
SOUR – Olivia Rodrigo

GLOBAL MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Kalasö – Afrikana Soul Sister

ADULT ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR PRESENTED BY SONOS
Inwards & Onwards – Half Moon Run

COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR
What Is Life? – Brett Kissel

ALBUM FRANCOPHONE DE L’ANNÉE
Impossible à aimer – Cœur de pirate

TRADITIONAL ROOTS ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Joyful Banner Blazing – Maria Dunn

ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALBUM OF THE YEAR
The Art of Falling Apart – Serena Ryder

BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Open Road – Colin James

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SMALL ENSEMBLE)
Beethoven: Sonates pour violon et piano / Violin Sonatas Nos. 1, 2, 3 & 5 – Andrew Wan and Charles
Richard-Hamelin

RECORDING ENGINEER OF THE YEAR
Hill Kourkoutis
“Howler”
Howler – SATE
“The Drought”
The Drought – Tania Joy

RAP SINGLE OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY ADVANCE, CANADA’S BLACK MUSIC BUSINESS COLLECTIVE)
“Bold” – Charmaine

METAL/HARD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Bleed the Future – Archspire

ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Oasis – Sky

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR
“Easy On Me” – Xavier Dolan – Adele

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY SOCAN)
Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye
Publisher – CIRCUIT BREAKER / KOBALT MUSIC PUBLISHING
“Hurricane” – co-songwriters Albert Daniels, Cailin Russo, Charles Njapa, Christopher Raelas, Cydell Young,
Daniel Seeff, Dexter Mills, Dominque Armani Jones, Henry Walter, Jahmal Gwin, Josh Mease, Kanye West,
Khalil Abdul-Rahman, Malik Yusef, Mark Mbogo, Mark Williams, Mike Dean, Nasir Pemberton, Raul Cubina,
Ronald Oneil Spence, Jr., Sam Barsh, Tobias Smith, orlando wilder
HURRICANE FEAT. LIL BABY – Kanye West and The Weeknd Getting Out Our Dreams II/Def Jam*Universal
“Moth To A Flame” – co-songwriters Axel Hedfors, Carl Nordström,
Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello
MOTH TO A FLAME – Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd SSA Recording/Republic Records*Universal
“Take My Breath” – co-songwriters Ahmad Balshe, Max Martin, Oscar Holter
TAKE MY BREATH – The Weeknd XO*Universal

CONTEMPORARY ROOTS ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Outside Child – Allison Russell

UNDERGROUND DANCE SINGLE OF THE YEAR
“Shadows In The Dark” (ft. Elliot Moss) – HNTR

TRADITIONAL INDIGENOUS ARTIST OR GROUP OF THE YEAR
Kakike – Fawn Wood

ARTIST OF THE YEAR (PRESENTED BY SIRIUSXM CANADA)
Charlotte Cardin