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It was a big night for big names who were MIA—like Avril Lavigne and Shawn Mendes. But Hamilton’s hard-working rock band Arkells brought home two major wins at last night’s Junos, including Group of the Year and Rock Album of the Year for Rally Cry.

Corey Hart also made an emotional acceptance speech as he was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and Sarah McLachlan tried her hand at hosting and performing duties. Check out our full recap here and dive into the list of winners below.

Complete list of 2019 Juno winners

Juno Fan Choice Award
Winner: Avril Lavigne​

Single of the year
Winner: Shawn Mendes, “In My Blood”

International album of the year
Winner: Post Malone, Beerbongs & Bentleys

Album of the year
Winner: Shawn Mendes, Shawn Mendes

Artist of the year
Winner: Shawn Mendes

Group of the year
Winner: Arkells​

Breakthrough artist of the year
Winner: B​ülow

Breakthrough group of the year
Winner: The Washboard Union

Songwriter of the year
Winner: Shawn Mendes: “Lost in Japan” — co-songwriters Nate Mercereau, Scott Harris, Teddy Geiger, “Youth” — co-songwriters Geoff Warburton, Khalid Robinson, Scott Harris, Teddy Geiger, “In My Blood” — co-songwriters Geoff Warburton, Scott Harris, Teddy Geiger (Shawn Mendes, Shawn Mendes)

Country album of the year
Winner: Brett Kissel, We Were That Song

Adult alternative album of the year
Winner: Bahamas, Earthtones

Alternative album of the year
Winner: Dizzy, Baby Teeth

Pop album of the year
Winner: Shawn Mendes, Shawn Mendes

Rock album of the year
Winner: Arkells, Rally Cry

Vocal jazz album of the year
Winner: Laila Biali, Laila Biali

Jazz album of the year: solo
Winner: Robi Botos, Old Soul

Jazz album of the year: group
Winner: Andy Milne and Dapp Theory, The Seasons of Being

Instrumental album of the year
Winner: Gordon Grdina, China Cloud

Francophone album of the year
Winner: Loud, Une année record

Children’s album of the year
Winner: Splash’N Boots, You, Me and the Sea

Classical album of the year: solo or chamber
Winner: Gryphon Trio, The End of Flowers: Works by Clarke & Ravel

Classical album of the year: large ensemble
Winner: Toronto Symphony Orchestra conducted by Peter Oundjian feat. Louis Lortie, Sarah Jeffrey, and Teng Li, Vaughan Williams

Classical album of the year: vocal or choral
Winner: Barbara Hannigan with Reinbert De Leeuw, Vienna: Fin de siècle​

Classical composition of the year
Winner: Ana Sokolović, Golden Slumbers Kiss Your Eyes

Rap recording of the year
Winner: Tory Lanez, Love Me Now

Dance recording of the year
Winner: Loud Luxury, “Body”

R&B/soul recording of the year
Winner: Jessie Reyez, Being Human in Public

Reggae recording of the year
Winner: Dubmatix, Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix — Overdubbed

Indigenous music album of the year
Winner: Jeremy Dutcher, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa

Contemporary roots album of the year
Winner: Donovan Woods, Both Ways

Traditional roots album of the year
Winner: Pharis and Jason Romero, Sweet Old Religion

Blues album of the year
Winner: Colin James, Miles to Go

Contemporary Christian/gospel album of the year
Winner: Lovecollide, Tired of Basic

World music album of the year
Winner: Wesli, Rapadou Kreyol

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award
Winner: Eric Ratz: “People’s Champ,” “Relentless” (Arkells, Rally Cry)

Recording engineer of the year
Winner: Shawn Everett: “Slow Burn,” “Space Cowboy” (Kacey Musgraves, Golden Hour)

Album artwork of the year
Winner: Mike Milosh (art director, designer, illustrator and photographer) (Rhye, Blood)

Video of the year
Winner: Ali Eisner, “No Depression” (Bahamas)

Electronic album of the year
Winner: Milk & Bone, Deception Bay

Metal/hard music album of the year
Winner: Voivod, The Wake

Adult contemporary album of the year
Winner: Michael Bublé, Love

Comedy album of the year
Winner: Dave Merheje, Good Friend Bad Grammar