2012 Junos: All the winners

The Junos for the best in Canadian music were handed out in Ottawa Saturday and Sunday. Here are the winners:
The Wailin' Jennys won the Juno for roots and traditional album for Bright Morning Stars during Saturday gala (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

The Junos for the best in Canadian music were handed out in Ottawa Saturday and Sunday. Here are the winners:

  • Artist of the year: Feist
  • Album of the year: Michael Bublé, Christmas 
  • Fan Choice: Justin Bieber
  • New artist: Dan Mangan
  • Single: Sheepdogs, I Don't Know
  • Dance recording: Martin Solveig & Dragonette, Hello 
  • Songwriter: Dallas Green, City and Colour, Fragile Bird, Weightless, We Found Each Other
  • Group: Arkells
  • New Group: Sheepdogs
  • Rock Album: Sheepdogs, Learn & Burn
  • Pop Album: Hedley, Storms
  • Alternative Album: Dan Mangan, Oh Fortune
  • Adult Alternative Album: Feist, Metals 
    Feist accepts her Juno for adult alternative album for Metals on Saturday. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)
  • International Album: Adele, 21
  • Rap Recording: Drake, Take Care
  • R&B/Soul Recording: Melanie Fiona, Gone and Never Coming Back
  • Video: The Sadies, Rumbleseat (directed by Mike Roberts)
  • Music DVD: Feist, Look at What the Light Did Now (produced by Anthony Seck, Jannie McInnes, Chip Sutherland)
  • Electronic Album: Tim Hecker, Ravedeath, 1972
  • Metal/Hard Music Album: KEN mode, Venerable
  • Country Album: Terri Clark, Roots & Wings 
  • Roots & Traditional Album (solo): Bruce Cockburn, Small Source of Comfort 
  • Roots & Traditional Album (group): Wailin' Jennys, Bright Morning Stars 
  • Francophone Album: Malajube, La caverne 
  • Blues Album: MonkeyJunk, To Behold 
  • Contemporary Jazz Album: Phil Dwyer Orchestra ft. Mark Fewer, Changing Seasons 
  • Traditional Jazz Album: David Braid, Verge 
  • Instrumental Album: Stretch Orchestra, Stretch Orchestra 
  • Children's Album: Charlie Hope, Songs, Stories and Friends: Let's Go Play! 
  • Classical Album (solo or chamber ensemble): Marc-André Hamelin, Lizst Piano Sonata 
  • Classical Album (large ensemble or soloist(s) with large ensemble accompaniment): Alexandre Da Costa/Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Daugherty: Fire and Blood 
  • Classical Album (vocal or choral performance): Jane Archibald/Orchestre Symphonique Bienne/Thomas Rosner, Haydn Arias 
  • Classical Composition: Derek Charke, Sepia Fragments 
  • Reggae Recording: Exco Levi, Bleaching Shop 
  • Aboriginal Album: Murray Porter, Songs Lived & Life Played 
  • Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album: Downhere, On the Altar of Love 
  • World Music Album: Kiran Ahluwalia, Aam Zameen: Common Ground 
  • Producer: Brian Howes, Heaven's Gonna Wait (Hedley) and Trying Not to Love You (Nickelback)
  • Recording Engineer: George Seara, A Little Bit of Love (Michael Kaeshammer) and Let Go (Laila Biali)
  • Recording Package: Jeff Harrison, Kim Ridgewell for Rest of the Story (Chris Tarry)
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