SHANIA SWEEPS CANADIAN CMA AWARDS

The Canadian Country Music Awards were held last night at the Pengrowth Saddledome, with Shania Twain taking home four awards.

Shania won in the Female Artist category, CMT Video of the Year, Top Selling Album and Album of the Year.

Although preparing for the tour supporting her album UP!, Shania made time to appear at the ceremony for the induction of Sylvia Tyson into the CCMA Hall of Fame.

Other winners at the CCMAs include Terri Clark, who received her fourth Fans' Choice award, as well as the Single of the Year Award for "I Just Wanna Be Mad," Emerson Drive took home the New Group Duo of the Year Award and newcomer Aaron Lines was honored with the Chevy Truck Rising Star Award and also won in the Male Artist category.

Performances included Terri Clark singing "I Wanna Do It All," Wynonna singing "What the World Needs Now Is Love," and Keith Urban with "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me."

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