Congrats to them all!!

Nickelback, Young snag early Junos
HALIFAX — Neil Young, Nickelback, The Tragically Hip and Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra were early double winners at the non-telecast Juno Awards handed out last night during a gala dinner in this eastern Canadian city.
Young won adult alternative album and producer of the year for his Canadian childhood-inspired folk collection, Prairie Wind, which was released after he underwent surgery for a brain aneurysm last year. The operation prevented him from attending the 2005 Junos in Winnipeg, where he had been scheduled to play.
Young, who is currently in the recording studio and isn’t attending Juno weekend, is still up for songwriter of the year tonight at the Juno Awards broadcast (7 p.m. on CTV), where a handful of remaining awards will be presented during an otherwise performance-heavy show.
Vancouver rockers Nickelback — who had a leading six Juno nominations heading into the Junos — landed best group and rock album of the year honours for All The Right Reasons but lost to Young for producer
However, they can still technically dominate the awards tonight as they compete for the Juno Fan Choice Award, single of the year for Photograph, and album of the year for All The Right Reasons. They are also scheduled to perform on the show being hosted by blond bombshell Pamela Anderson.
The Hip picked up a pair of Junos for music DVD and DVD artwork design for their greatest hits collection, Hipeponymous.
In total, 32 Junos were handed out last night at the World Trade And Convention Centre. Five-time nominees Michael Buble and Diana Krall won one each.
Buble’s It’s Time was recognized for pop album of the year while Krall’s Christmas Songs won for vocal jazz album of year.
Vancouver crooner Buble could also dominate tonight as he’s up for for best single for Home, album of the year for It’s Time, artist, and the Juno Fan Choice Award.
Krall’s Live at The Montreal Jazz Festival lost out to The Hip for best DVD but she’s still in the running for album, artist and the Juno Fan Choice Award tonight.
Other early single winners included British pop-rock quartet Coldplay and L.A.- based hip-pop outfit Blackeyed Peas — both slated to perform tonight — who tied in a rare occurrence for international album of the year for X&Y and Monkey Business, respectively.
Pop newcomer Daniel Powter was awarded new artist of the year honors — over the powerful likes of Martha Wainwright — while Halifax avant-garde hip-hop performer Buck 65 won video of the year for Devil’s Eyes over Montreal darling Arcade Fire, who will compete for songwriting honors tonight.
Daniel Lanois, who has worked with U2, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel and Robbie Robertson among others, won instrumental album of the year for Belladonna.