Juno Awards 2022: See the complete list of winners

TORONTO — The Weeknd, Charlotte Cardin and Shawn Mendes were among the stars honored at the 2022 Juno Awards, held Saturday and Sunday in Toronto.

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Here is the complete list of winners:

  • TikTok Juno fan choice: Shawn Mendes
  • Single of the year: “Meaningless,” Charlotte Cardin
  • International album of the year: “Sour,” Olivia Rodrigo
  • Album of the year: “Phoenix,” Charlotte Cardin
  • Artist of the year: Charlotte Cardin
  • Group of the year: Arkells
  • Breakthrough artist of the year: Jessia
  • Breakthrough group of the year: Monowhales
  • Songwriter of the year: Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye
  • Country album of the year: “What Is Life?,” Brett Kissel
  • Adult alternative album of the year: “Inwards & Onwards,” Half Moon Run
  • Alternative album of the year: “When Smoke Rises,” Mustafa
  • Pop album of the year: “Phoenix,” Charlotte Cardin
  • Rock album of the year: “Sisters Not Twins (The Professional Lovers Album),” The Beaches
  • Vocal jazz album of the year: “Now Pronouncing: Caity Gyorgy,” Caity Gyorgy
  • Jazz album of the year (solo): “Change of Plans,” Will Bonness
  • Jazz album of the year (group): “Worldview,” Avataar
  • Instrumental album of the year: “That Tall Distance,” David Myles
  • French language album of the year: “Impossible à Aimer,” Cœur de Pirate
  • Children’s album of the year: “Falling in Africa,” Garth Prince
  • Classical album of the year (solo artist): “Enargeia,” Emily D’Angelo
  • Classical album of the year (large ensemble): “Solfeggio,” L’Harmonie des Saisons, conducted by Eric Milnes ft. Hélène Brunet
  • Classical album of the year (small ensemble): “Beethoven: Sonates Pour Violon et Piano / Violin Sonatas Nos. 1, 2, 3 & 5,” Andrew Wan and Charles Richard-Hamelin
  • Classical composition of the year: “Arras,” Keiko Devaux
  • Rap album/EP of the year: “Stock Exchange,” Haviah Mighty
  • Dance recording of the year: “Caution,” Kaytranada
  • Contemporary R&B recording of the year: “Take My Breath,” The Weeknd
  • Reggae recording of the year: “Easy Now,” Kairo McLean
  • Contemporary indigenous artist or group of the year: “War Club,” DJ Shub
  • Contemporary roots album of the year: “Outside Child,” Allison Russell
  • Traditional roots album of the year: “Joyful Banner Blazing,” Maria Dunn
  • Blues album of the year: “Open Road,” Colin James
  • Contemporary Christian/gospel album of the year: “No Greater Love,” The Color
  • Global music album of the year: “Kalasö,” Afrikana Soul Sister
  • Jack Richardson producer of the year: WondaGurl
  • Recording engineer of the year: Hill Kourkoutis
  • Album artwork of the year: Mykaël Nelson, Nicolas Lemieux, Albert Zablit
  • Music video of the year: “Easy on Me,” Adele, Xavier Dolan
  • Electronic album of the year: “Oasis Sky,” TOR
  • Metal/hard music album of the year: “Bleed the Future,” Archspire
  • Adult contemporary album of the year: “The Art of Falling Apart,” Serena Ryder
  • Comedy album of the year: “Grandma’s Girl,” Andrea Jin
  • Traditional R&B/soul recording of the year: “24hrs,” Savannah Ré
  • Rap single of the year: “BOLD,” Charmaine
  • Underground dance single of the year: “Shadows in the Dark ft. Elliot Moss,” HNTR
  • Traditional indigenous artist or group of the year: “Kakike,” Fawn Wood