Kiesza Tops Junos

Kiesza was the big Juno Awards winner at Hamilton, Ontario’s  March 15, taking home three of Canada’s top music awards, while Alanis Morissette was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

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Kiesza won gongs for breakthrough artist, dance recording and video, beating out several other contenders with two awards including Magic!The WeekndBahamasArkells. Magic! went home with single of the year for “Rude” and breakthrough group of the year. The Weeknd brought home artist and R&B/soul recording of the year; Bahamas won adult alternative album and songwriter of the year; and Arkells took rock album and group of the year honors.

It was also a night for legendary Canadian music veterans as well. Leonard Cohen won album of the year honors for Popular Problems and Sarah McLachlan’s Shine On was named adult contemporary album of the year. The Juno Fan Choice, tabulated during the Juno live broadcast, went to .