Michael Buble dominates Juno Awards

Singer wins four trophies Sunday at Canada's music honors

TORONTO -- The 39th Juno Awards belonged to Michael Buble on Sunday night as the Canadian crooner dominated Canada's televised music awards from St. John's, Newfoundland.

Buble earned trophies for best pop album and best album for "Crazy Love," best single of the year for "Haven't Met You Yet." The Reprise Warner artist also grabbed the Juno fan choice award.

Toronto rapper Drake also won two Junos on Sunday night at the Mile One Center in St. John's for best new artist and best rap recording for "So Far Gone," which comes ahead of his debut album, "Thank Me Later," being released later this summer.

Elsewhere, Somali-born poet, rapper and musician K'Naan won his second Juno, picking up the best songwriter award for his hit single "Wavin' Flag," after Saturday night picking up the best artist of the year award.

And Toronto indie pop group Metric earned the best group of the year trophy at the Junos, which aired nationwide on the CTV network.

The bulk of Junos were handed out Saturday night, with Amelia Curran grabbing the best solo album Juno for "Hunter, Hunter" and the Arkells taking home the best new group of the year.