Here are your Canadian Folk Music Award winners for Dec. 1

The second and final night of the Canadian Folk Music Awards gala has just wrapped up at the Gateway in Calgary.  Levi Cuss was there on behalf of Roots Music Canada and will share some final thoughts here on the site on Monday.  Meanwhile, here’s who took home awards tonight.  (For last night’s winners, click HERE.

Traditional Singer of the Year – Pharis Romero of Pharis and Jason Romero

Traditional Album of the Year – Horizon Lines – Matthew Byrne

Vocal Group of the Year – Pharis and Jason Romero

Solo Artist of the Year – Bruce Cockburn

Indigenous Songwriter of the Year – Shauit for Apu peikussiak?

English Songwriter of the Year – Lynne Hanson and Lynn Miles (The LYNNeS)

Instrumental Solo Artist of the Year – Jean-François Bélanger

New/Emerging Artist of the Year – Raine Hamilton

Contemporary Album of the Year – Both Ways by Donovan Woods

The Oliver Schroer Pushing the Boundaries Award – Beatrice Deer

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