Mumford & Sons, Leonard Cohen and Rush were among the winners this weekend at the Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Grammy Awards.
Mumford & Sons claimed the award for international album of the year, for Babel. They defeated Rod Stewart, Maroon 5, Taylor Swift and One Direction for the prize.
Leonard Cohen received two awards: artist of the year, and songwriter of the year.
Rush, which hails from Toronto, picked up the award for rock album of the year, for Clockwork Angels.
The Junos were presented over the course of two nights in Regina, Saskatchewan: at a gala on Saturday and at the main ceremony on Sunday.
Carly Rae Jepsen was the big winner, collecting three awards. For a full list of winners, visit JunoAwards.ca.
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