At 2009 Juno Awards, Nickelback received three awards, including a prize for Album of the Year, while Kardinal Offishall got two nods, including Single of the Year.
Winners for this year's Juno Awards have been uncovered at a two-hour ceremony at General Motors Place on Sunday, March 29. Nickelback and Kardinal Offishall were among the musicians scooping multiple awards at the event.
Nickelback got three trophies for Juno Fan Choice, Album of the Year and Group of the Year. During a press conference after the show, the band's lead vocalist/guitarist Chad Kroeger said, "Shock and awe, I was hoping for Hedley ... I love those guys very much."
As for Kardinal, he grabbed two prizes. His single "Dangerous" was named Single of the Year, and his fourth studio album "Not 4 Sale" was honored as Rap Recording of the Year.
Other winners at the awards were Coldplay and Feist. They collected one prize for International Album of the Year and Video of the Year respectively.
Some winners of this year's Juno Awards can be seen in the following list:
- Juno Fan Choice Awards: Nickelback
- Single of the Year: Kardinal Offishall's "Dangerous"
- International Album of the Year: Coldplay's "Viva La Vida"
- Album of the Year: Nickelback's "Dark Horse"
- Artist of the Year: Sam Roberts
- Group of the Year: Nickelback
- New Artist of the Year: LIGHTS
- New Group of the Year: The Stills
- Country Recording of the Year: Doc Walker's "Beautiful Life"
- Adult Alternative Album of the Year: Serena Ryder's "Is It O.K."
- Alternative Album of the Year: The Stills' "Oceans Will Rise"
- Rock Album of the Year: Sam Roberts' "Love at the End of the World"
- Rap Recording of the Year: Kardinal Offishall's "Not 4 Sale"
- Dance Recording of the Year: Deadmau5's "Random Album Title"
- R&B/Soul Recording of the Year: Divine Brown's "The Love Chronicles"
- Video of the Year: Feist's "Honey Honey"