The Junos are Canada's equivalent of the Grammys, and are put on by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
Feist won the awards for Artist, Adult Alternative Album (for "Metals"), and Music DVD of the year. This year's Juno Awards were held in Ottawa Saturday and Sunday nights; some awards were handed out the first night at a gala dinner, with a televised awards ceremony (hosted by William Shatner) distributing the rest on Sunday. (You'll find the complete list of Juno Award winners here.)
In some of the other major categories:
- The Arkells won for Best Group
- Dan Mangan received New Artist and Alternative Album honors (for "Oh Fortune")
- The Sheepdogs took honors for New Group and Rock Album for "Learn & Burn"
- The Wailin' Jennys won the Roots and Traditional album for "Bright Morning Stars"
- Malajube took home the Francophone Album award for "La Caverne"
- Hedley's "Storms" won for Pop Album
- Terri Clark snagged the honor for Country Album for "Roots and Wings"