Canadian rock bands Treble Charger and Our Lady Peace, and pop princess Avril Lavigne were the big winners last night (June 22), each taking home two honors from the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto.

Canadian rock bands Treble Charger and Our Lady Peace, and pop princess Avril Lavigne were the big winners last night (June 22), each taking home two honors from the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto.

Treble Charger grabbed the best rock video and best director trophies for the single "Hundred Million," while Our Lady Peace won the best video and best cinematography trophies for its single, "Innocent."

Homegrown sensation Lavigne picked up the trophy for best international video by a Canadian for her single, "Sk8er Boi," as well as the fan-voted People's Choice - favorite Canadian artist honor.

Other winners included Ontario-raised country star Shania Twain, who took the MuchMoreMusic Award for her "Up!" video. Reggae rapper Sean Paul, who earned the best international video - artist award for "Gimme the Light," and Detroit-based rock duo the White Stripes, who marched off with the best international video - group for "Seven Nation Army."

The 2003 MuchMusic Video Awards aired live across Canada on TV stations belonging to the Toronto-based Chum group.

Here is the complete list of MuchMusic Video Music Awards winners:

Best video: "Innocent," Our Lady Peace (Columbia/Sony)
Best pop video: "Get Ready," Shawn Desman (Uomo/ViK)
MuchLoud best rock video: "Hundred Million," Treble Charger (ViK./BMG)
MuchVibe best rap video: "Breath," Swollen Members featuring Nelly Furtado (Battle Axe)
Best French video: "dans un spoutnik," Daniel Belanger (AudioGram/Stars)
Best independent video: "Now That You Are Leaving," Not By Choice (Linus/Warner)
People's Choice - Favorite international group: "The Anthem," Good Charlotte (Epic/Sony)
People's Choice - Favorite international artist: "Lose Yourself," Eminem (Shady/Universal)
People's Choice - Favorite Canadian group: "I'd Do Anything," Simple Plan
People's Choice - Favorite Canadian artist: "Sk8er Boi," Avril Lavigne (Arista/BMG)
Best international video by a Canadian: "Sk8er Boi," Avril Lavigne (Arista/BMG)
Best international video - artist: Sean Paul, "Gimme the Light" (VP/Virgin)
Best international video - group: The White Stripes, "Seven Nation Army" (V2/BMG)
Best director: "Hundred Million," Treble Charger (ViK./BMG)
Best post-production: "Lovercall," Danko Jones (Universal)
Best cinematography: "Innocent," Our Lady Peace (Columbia/Sony)
Best videoFACT: "Brother Down," Sam Roberts (Maplemusic/Universal)
MuchMoreMusic Award: "Up!" Shania Twain (Mercury/Universal)