Nelly Furtado, Barenaked Ladies Pick Up Junos

'I'm Like a Bird' singer is big winner at Canadian equivalent to Grammys; Eminem, Neil Young, Jann Arden also take home awards.

Nelly Furtado and Barenaked Ladies were the big winners at the Juno Awards Sunday night, with the "I'm Like a Bird" singer winning four awards and the quirky pop-rockers taking home three.

"I'm Like a Bird" won Best Single, while Furtado won Best New Solo Artist, Best Songwriter and a share of the Best Producer award at Canada's version of the Grammys, according to the Toronto Sun. Furtado's debut, Whoa, Nelly!, has been slowly climbing the Billboard 200 albums chart since its release in October.

Barenaked Ladies won both Best Album and Best Pop Album for Maroon, which spawned the hit "Pinch Me." The band also won Best Group.

The Tragically Hip, which have been one of Canada's biggest-selling groups despite their inability to crack the U.S. market, won Best Rock Album for Music@Work, while Neil Young scored the Best Male Artist award. Singer/songwriter Jann Arden won the award for Best Female Artist.

The New Pornographers — a power-pop group including country singer Neko Case and Zumpano singer/guitarist Carl Newman — picked up Best Alternative Album for Mass Romantic, while Eminem beat out 'NSYNC for Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) for The Marshall Mathers LP (see [article id="1439519"]"New Pornographers Searching For Salvation On Mass Romantic"[/article]).

Barenaked Ladies joined Arden, singer/songwriter Sarah Harmer and country singer Terri Clark in a tribute to politically outspoken folk-rocker Bruce Cockburn, who was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.