2003 Juno Awards Winners

2003 Juno Awards winners list.

Here are the winners of the 32nd annual Juno Awards, presented April 6 at the Corel Centre in Canada's capitol region of Ottawa-Gatineau:

Single of the year: "Complicated," Avril Lavigne (Arista/BMG)

Album of the year: "Let Go," Avril Lavigne (Arista/BMG)

Artist of the year: Shania Twain (Mercury/Universal)

New group of the year: Theory of A Deadman (604/Universal)

Jack Richardson producer of the year: Alanis Morissette, "Hands Clean" and "So Unsexy" (Maverick/Warner)

Songwriter of the year: Chad Kroeger/Nickelback "Hero, "Too Bad"

R&B/soul recording of the year: "The Way I Feel" Remy Shand (Motown/Universal)

International album of the year: "The Eminem Show" Eminem (Interscope/Universal)

JUNO Fan Choice Award: Shania Twain (Mercury/Universal)

Francophone album of the year: "Rever Mieux," Daniel Belanger (Audiogram/Select)

Instrumental album of the year: "Allegro" Robert Michaels (WEA/Warner)

New artist of the year: Avril Lavigne (Arista/BMG)

Country recording of the year: "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!," Shania Twain (Mercury/Universal)

Rap recording of the year: "Monsters in the Closet," Swollen Members (Battleaxe/Nettwerk/EMI)

Pop album of the year: "Let Go," Avril Lavigne (Arista/BMG)

Rock album of the year: "Gravity," Our Lady Peace (Columbia/Sony)

Vocal jazz album of the year: "Live In Paris," Diana Krall (Verve/Universal)

Contemporary jazz album of the year: "tales from the blue lounge," Richard Underhill (Stubby/Outside)

Traditional jazz album of the year: "Life on Earth," Renee Rosnes (EMI)

Children's album of the year: "Sing With Fred," Fred Penner (Casablanca/Koch)

Classical album of the year - solo or chamber ensemble: "Liszt: Paganini Studies & Schubert March Transcriptions," Marc-Andre Hamelin (Hyperion/S.R.I.)

Classical album of the year - large ensemble or soloist(s) with large ensemble accompaniment: "Bruch Concertos: Vol II," James Ehnes/Mario Bernardi/Orchestre symphonique de Montreal (CBC Records/Universal)

Classical album of the year - vocal or choral performance: "Mozart Requiem," Les Violons du Roy (Dorian/S.R.I.)

Classical composition of the year: "Requiem for a Charred Skull," Bramwell Tovey Voice on High (Opening Day/S.R.I.)

Alternative album of the year: "You Forgot It In People," Broken Social Scene (arts&crafts/paperbag/EMI)

Dance recording of the year: "Billie Jean," The Sound Bluntz (Popular/EMI)

Reggae recording of the year: "You Won't See Me Cry," Sonia Collymore (Fiwi/XeS)

Aboriginal recording of the year: "Lovesick Blues," Derek Miller (Arbor/SOAR)

Roots & traditional album of the year - solo: "Unravel," Lynn Miles (True North/Universal)

Roots & traditional album of the year - group: "Chicken Scratch" Zubot & Dawson (True North/Universal)

Blues album of the year: "6 String Lover" Jack de Keyzer (Blue Star/Spirit River)

Contemporary Christian/gospel album of the year: "Instrument of Praise," Toronto Mass Choir (Micah/Fusion III)

World music album of the year: "Balagane," Jeszcze Raz (Audiogram/Select)

Recording engineer of the year: Denis Tougas ("Everybody's Got A Story" and "Double Agent" by Amanda Marshall, Columbia/Sony)

Album design of the year: Steve Goode (director/designer); Marina Dempster, Nelson Garcia, Margaret Malandruccolo (illustrator/photographers) for "exit" by K-OS (EMI)

Video of the year: "Weapon," Ante Kovac & Matthew Good (Universal)

Group of the year: Sum 41 (Aquarisu/EMI)

Canadian Music Hall of Fame: Tom Cochrane

Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award: Terry McBride

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