Saturday Juno winners list.

Juno awards handed out Saturday night in Toronto (32 of 40; the other 8 are handed out Sunday night):
Alternative album of the year (sponsored by Long & McQuade)
The Suburbs, Arcade Fire
International album of the year
Teenage Dream, Katy Perry
New group of the year (sponsored by Factor and Radio Starmaker Fund)
Said The Whale
Country album of the year (sponsored by Country Style)
A Place Called Love, Johnny Reid
Adult alternative album of the year (sponsored by Galaxie, Your Musical Universe)
Le Noise, Neil Young
Rock album of the year
Vancouver, Matthew Good
Vocal jazz album of the year (sponsored by Crystal Sensations)
Nina, Kellylee Evans
Contemporary jazz album of the year (sponsored by World Vision Artist Associates)
Treelines, Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra
Traditional jazz album of the year
Our First Set, John MacLeodís Rex Hotel Orchestra
Instrumental album of the year
Continent & Western, Fond of Tigers
Francophone album of the year
Les chemins de verre, Karkwa
Children’s album of the year
Proud Like a Mountain, Peter Lenton
Classical album of the year: solo or chamber ensemble
Beethoven: Piano Trios Op. 70 No. 1, Ghost & No. 2: Op 11, Gryphon Trio
Classical album of the year: large ensemble or soloist(s) with large ensemble accompaniment
Mozart: Scott and Lara St. John/The Knights, Lara St. John
Classical album of the year: vocal or choral performance
Great Operatic Arias, Gerald Finley
Classical composition of the year
Duo For Violin And Piano, R. Murray Schafer
Rap recording of the year
TSOL, Shad
Dance recording of the year
Sofi Needs a Ladder, Deadmau5
R&B/Soul recording of the year
Stars, Quanteisha
Reggae recording of the year
Likkle But Mi Tallawah, Elaine LilíBit Shepherd
Aboriginal album of the year (sponsored by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
CerAmony, CerAmony
Roots & traditional album of the year: solo
My Hands Are On Fire and Other Love Songs, Old Man Luedecke
Roots & traditional album of the year: group
La part du feu, Le Vent du Nord
Blues album of the year
Everywhere West, Jim Byrnes
Contemporary Christian/gospel album of the year
Love & the Lack Thereof, Greg Sczebel
World music album of the year (sponsored by Canada Council for the Arts)
Aksil, …lage Diouf
Jack Richardson producer of the year(sponsored by Slaight Music)
Daniel Lanois
Recording engineer of the year
Kevin Churko
Recording package of the year
Justin Peroff, Robyn Kotyk & Joe McKay (Art Directors/Designers); Jimmy Collins & Elisabeth (Photographers); Forgiveness Rock Record Vinyl Box Set, Broken Social Scene
Video of the year (sponsored by Vevo
Perfect, (director) Kyle Davison; Hedley
Music DVD of the year
Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage, Scot McFadyen, Sam Dunn, Pegi Cecconi, Noah Segal, Shelley Nott, John Virant
Electronic album of the year
Swim, Caribou