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Leonard Cohen, Kiesza Among Winners At 2015 Junos

HAMILTON, Ont. (CelebrityAccess) — Canadian dance artist Kiesza, Leonard Cohen and Alanis Morissette were among the artists to take home trophies at the 2015 Juno Awards.

Hosted by Jacob Hoggard, the awards were broadcast live from FirstOntario Place arena in Hamilton, Ontario and featured performances by The Weeknd, Deadmau5 with Colleen D'Agostino, The Arkells, Bobby Bazini, Shawn Mendes, Lights with Sam Roberts Band, and Alanis Morrissette.

Kiesza took home trophies for Breakthrough artist of the year as well as Dance recording of the year and Vidoe of the Year. Magic! earned awards for Single of the Year for their hit "Rude" and the trophy for breakthrough group.

Leonard Cohen was recognized with Album of the Year for "Personal Problems" and Alanis Morissette was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in recognition of her substantial contribution to the Canadian music scene.

"I am deeply appreciative of this country," Morrissette said. "In particular, based on the fact that I'm clearly from here, supported in an emotional, dialogical, stream-of-consciousness storytelling way. A lot of people around the planet ask me what it is about you Canadians that make you so expressed and so compelling and I say 'There's definitely something in the water other than fluoride'"

The full list of winners

Juno Fan Choice Award: Michael Buble

Single of the year: “Rude,” Magic!

Album of the year: Popular Problems, Leonard Cohen

Artist of the year: The Weeknd

Breakthrough artist of the year: Kiesza

Rock album of the year: High Noon, Arkells

International album of the year: In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith

Group of the year: Arkells

Breakthrough group of the year: Magic!

Songwriter of the year: Bahamas

Country album of the year: Lifted, Dallas Smith

Adult alternative album of the year: Bahamas is Afie, Bahamas

Alternative album of the year: July Talk, July Talk

Pop album of the year: Little Machines, Lights

Vocal jazz album of the year: Red, Diana Panton

Jazz album of the year (solo): Vista Obscura, Kirk MacDonald

Jazz album of the year (group): Jane Bunnett and Maqueque, Jane Bunnett and Maqueque

Instrumental album of the year: Encuentro, Quartango

Francophone album of the year: Maladie d’amour, Jimmy Hunt

Children’s album of the year: Where in the World, Fred Penner

Classical album of the year (solo or chamber ensemble): Bartok: Chamber Works for Violin Vol. 3, James Ehnes

Classical album of the year (large ensemble or soloist(s) with large ensemble accompaniment): Schubert: Winterreise, Gerald Finley and Julius Drake

Classical composition of the year: Airline Icarus, Brian Current

Rap recording of the year: The Legends League Presents: Naturally Born Strangers, Naturally Born Strangers

Dance recording of the year: Sound of a Woman, Kiesza

R&B/Soul recording of the year: Often, the Weeknd

Reggae recording of the year: Welcome the King, Exco Levi

Aboriginal album of the year: Animism, Tanya Tagaq

Roots and traditional album of the year (solo): The Raven’s Sun, Catherine MacLellan

Roots and traditional album of the year (group): Let it Lie, The Bros. Landreth

Blues album of the year: Solo Recordings, Vol. 2, Steve Hill

Contemporary Christian/gospel album of the year: VIP, Manic Drive

Jack Richardson producer of the year: Adam Messinger

Video of the year: Hideaway, Kiesza

Electronic album of the year: Our Love, Caribou

Metal/hard music album of the year: Z(squared), Devin Townsend Project

Adult contemporary album of the year: Shine On, Sarah McLachlan