By the time all the 2012 Juno Awards had been handed out Sunday night, Feist emerged as the year's biggest winner. The Canadian singer-songwriter took a trio of awards in Ottawa — artist, adult alternative album and music DVD of the year — and delivered a well-received performance of her song "The Bad In Each Other" from her album Metals.
WINNERS: A complete list of 2012 Juno Award winners
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Feist was among a few big name acts to win Sunday night. Stratford-born pop phenom Justin Bieber won the fan choice award, while the album of year went to another pop star, Michael Bublé, for his holiday-themed Christmas.
Despite the big names, several emerging acts were feted as well, including Saskatoon rockers the Sheepdogs, who won a trio of awards, and Vancouver singer-songwriter Dan Mangan, who went home with a pair of Junos.
AUDIO: Listen to the best of the Juno Songwriters' Circle with host Dan Mangan
View a complete list of winners here, and check out a full recap on the night, courtesy of CBC News.
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on Apr 01, 2012