Nelly Furtado has swept the boards at the Juno Awards - Canada's version of the Grammy's - taking home five prizes. The 28-year-old singer doubled up as host and winner at the ceremony in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on Sunday (1APR07) - picking up the Best Single, Best Album and Fan's Choice awards, to add to the Best Artist and Pop Album of the Year gongs presented to her at a gala dinner on Saturday (31MAR07). After collecting the Fan's Choice award - voted by the Canadian public - Furtado said, "I'm just happy to be here and humbled." Other multiple nominees weren't so lucky, rapper k-os won nothing, despite being nominated for five awards. At the ceremony, rocker-turned-producer Bob Rock was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame for his work with a string of rock greats, including Metallica, Aerosmith and Motley Crue. The main Juno winners are as follows: Juno Fan Choice Award: NELLY FURTADO Group of the Year: Billy Talent New Artist of the Year: TOMI SWICK Single of the Year: Promiscuous, NELLY FURTADO R+B Soul/Recording of the Year: mySOUL, JACKSOUL Rock Album of the Year: BILLY TALENT II, BILLY TALENT Album of the Year: Loose, NELLY FURTADO International Album of the Year: TAKING THE LONG WAY, Dixie Chicks Artist of the Year: NELLY FURTADO New Group of the Year: MOBILE Songwriter of the Year: GORDIE SAMPSON Pop Album of the Year: LOOSE, NELLY FURTADO Video of the Year: BRIDGE TO NOWHERE, DUPLEX.