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Complete list of 2009 Juno Award winners

Seven awards were handed out during the live broadcast of the 2009 Juno Awards, hosted by comedian Russell Peters, on CTV.
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Seven awards were handed out during the live broadcast of the 2009 Juno Awards, hosted by comedian Russell Peters, on CTV.

Live performances during the broadcast included Nickelback, City and Colour with Gord Downie, Crystal Shawanda, Sam Roberts, and Great Big Sea with Hawksley Workman.

The 2009 broadcast Juno award winners were:

Songwriter of the Year Dallas Green

Group of the Year Nickelback

Rap Recording of the Year Kardinal Offishall - Not 4 Sale

New Artist of the Year Lights

Canadian producer Bob Rock inducted Loverboy into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. The band won a total of six Juno Awards in 1982, a record that still stands.

JUNO Fan Choice Award Nickelback

Artist of the Year Sam Roberts

Album of the Year Nickelback - Dark Horse

The non-broadcast award winners were:

Single of the Year Dangerous - Kardinal Offishall

International Album of the Year Viva La Vida - Coldplay

New Group of the Year The Stills

Country Recording of the Year Beautiful Life - Doc Walker

Adult Alternative Album of the Year is it o.k - Serena Ryder

Alternative Album of the Year Oceans Will Rise - The Stills

Pop Album of the Year Flavors of Entanglement - Alanis Morissette

Rock Album of the Year Love At The End Of The World - Sam Roberts

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year Lucky - Molly Johnson

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year Embracing Voices - Jane Bunnett

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year Second Time Around - Oliver Jones

Instrumental Album of the Year Nostomania - DJ Brace presents The Electric Nosehair Orchestra

Francophone Album of the Year Tous les sens - Ariane Moffatt

Children's Album of the Year Snacktime! - Barenaked Ladies

Classical Album of the Year Homage - James Ehnes

Classical Album of the Year: Large ensemble or soloist(s) with large ensemble accompaniment Beethoven: Ideals Of The French Revolution - Orchestre symphonique de Montréal/Kent Nagano

Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or choral performance Gloria! Vivaldi’s Angels - Ensemble Caprice

Classical Composition of the Year Flanders Fields Reflections - John Burge

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year The Love Chronicles - Divine Brown

Dance Recording of the Year Random Album Title - Deadmau5

Reggae Recording of the Year Everything - Humble

Aboriginal Album of the Year Running For The Drum - Buffy Sainte-Marie

Roots and Traditional Album of the Year: Solo Proof Of Love - Old Man Luedecke

Roots and Traditional Album of the Year: Group Chic Gamine - Chic Gamine

Blues Album of the Year Ramblin’ Son - Julian Fauth

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year Ending Is Beginning - Downhere

World Music Album of the Year Africa To Appalachia - Jayme Stone & Mansa Sissoko

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Daniel Lanois

Recording Engineer of the Year Kevin Churko Disappearing | The Big Bang U-CATASTROPHE – Simon Collins

CD/DVD Artwork Design of the Year Anouk Pennel (Director/Designer); Stéphane Poirier (Illustrator) En concert dans la forêt des mal-aimés avec l’Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal - Pierre LaPointe

Video of the Year Honey Honey - Anthony Seck (Feist)

Music DVD of the Year Blue Road Christopher Mills, Geoff McLean (Blue Rodeo)