FULL LIST: Winners of 2015 Juno Awards

Calgary pop artist Kiesza came out as big winner at the 44th Juno Awards held in Hamilton, Ontario on March 15.

Kiesza bagged Breakthrough Artist of the Year, Dance Recording of the Year and Video of the Year for the song ‘Hideaway’.

FULL LIST: Winners of 2015 Juno Awards
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The 40-year-old Alanis Morissette was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and closed the show Sunday at Hamilton’s FirstOntario Centre with a powerful medley of “Uninvited,” “You Oughta Know” and “Thank You” that melted a grateful Steeltown audience.

Here is the complete list of winners:

Artist of the Year: The Weeknd
Fan Choice Award: Michael Bublé
Breakthrough Artist of the Year: Kiesza
Album of the Year: Leonard Cohen, Popular Problems
Single of the Year: Magic!, “Rude”
Rock Album of the Year: Arkells, High Noon
International Album of the Year: Sam Smith, In the Lonely Hour
Group of the Year: Arkells
Breakthrough Group of the Year: Magic!
Songwriter of the Year: Bahamas
Country Album of the Year: Dallas Smith, Lifted
Adult Alternative Album of the Year: Bahamas, Bahamas is Afie
Alternative Album of the Year: July Talk, July Talk
Pop Album of the Year: Lights, Little Machines
Rap Recording of the Year: Naturally Born Strangers, The Legends League Presents: Naturally Born Strangers
Dance Recording of the Year: Kiesza, Sound of a Woman
R&B/Soul Recording of the Year: The Weeknd, “Often”
Reggae Recording of the Year: Exco Levi, Welcome the King
Aboriginal Album of the Year: Tanya Tagaq, Animism
Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (Solo): Catherine MacLellan, The Raven’s Sun
Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (Group): The Bros. Landreth, Let it Lie
Blues Album of the Year: Steve Hill, Solo Recordings, Vol. 2
Contemporary Christian Album of the Year: Manic Drive, VIP
World Music Album of the Year: Quique Escamilla, 500 Years of Night
Jack Richardson Producer of the Year: Adam Messinger, “Rude,” Magic!; “Change Your Life,” Iggy Azalea
Recording Engineer of the Year: Eric Ratz, Ghosts, Big Wreck
Recording Package of the Year: Steve Bell, Pilgrimage
Video of the Year: Kiesza, “Hideaway”
Electronic Album of the Year: Caribou, Our Love
Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year: Devin Townsend Project, Z2
Adult Contemporary Album of the Year: Sarah McLachlan, Shine On
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year: Diana Panton, Red
Jazz Album of the Year (Solo): Kirk MacDonald, Vista Obscura
Jazz Album of the Year (Group): Jane Bunnett and Maqueque, Jane Bunnett and Maqueque
Instrumental Album of the Year: Quartango, Encuentro
Francophone Album of the Year: Jimmy Hunt, Maladie d’amour
Children’s Album of the Year: Fred Penner, Where in the World
Classical Album of the Year (Solo or Chamber Ensemble): James Ehnes, Bartok: Chamber Works for Violin Vol. 3
Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble or Soloist: Angela Hewitt, Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 22 & 24
Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance: Gerald Finley and Julius Drake, Schubert: Winterreise
Classical Composition of the Year: Brian Current, Airline Icarus