Arista Nashville's Carolyn Dawn Johnson was again the big winner at the Canadian Country Music Awards, held last night (Sept. 9) in Calgary, Alberta. In addition to top female, Johnson took home troph

Arista Nashville's Carolyn Dawn Johnson was again the big winner at the Canadian Country Music Awards, held last night (Sept. 9) in Calgary, Alberta. In addition to top female, Johnson took home trophies for top single and top video for her hit "I Don't Want You to Go." Johnson also swept last year's event, winning five awards.

The show was hosted by Paul Brandt, who picked up awards for top male and top album for "Small Towns and Big Dreams" (Vik Records). Newcomer Emerson Drive, which opened the show with its DreamWorks hit "I Should Be Sleeping," won top group and the Rising Star Award.

Other winners included Universal's Jason McCoy for top song; EMI's Jimmy Rankin in the new category of top roots artist; and Arista Nashville's Terri Clark, who picked up the Fans' Choice Award for the second year in a row.

Legendary country vocalist Kenny Rogers was on hand to induct Anne Murray into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. A video montage tribute highlighting her career also included fellow Canadian Shania Twain.

For a full list of winners, click here.