Grammys 2022: Complete list of winners


Music’s biggest night is underway and two Canadians have already won Grammy awards.

Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell won the Grammy for Best Historical Album for Joni Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: The early years (1963-1967) during the non-televised portion of the awards ceremony on Sunday.

The 78-year-old was also honored at the MusiCares Person of the Year 2022 gala on Friday.

Cuban-Canadian artist Alex Cuba also won his first Grammy for Best Latin Pop Album during the non-televised portion of the show.

Hosted by comedian Trevor Noah of MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the show was postponed in January due to rising COVID-19 cases and scheduling conflicts. It’s the first time the Grammys have been held outside of Los Angeles since the show took place at New York’s Madison Square Garden in 2018.

Singer Jon Batiste leads the nominations with 11, while Canada’s Doja Cat, HER and Justin Bieber each have eight. Other Canadian nominees this year include Peterborough, Ont., producer Greg Wells and Hamilton’s Caribou.

The Weeknd is nominated as a featured artist, but he and Toronto rapper Drake have severed their relationship with the Recording Academy. Last March, The Weeknd said he was boycotting the Grammys while Drake withdrew his 2022 nominations in November.

Other performances on Sunday will include Lady Gaga, Brothers Osborne, Carrier Underwood, Lil Nas X, Nas, Olivia Rodrigo, Silk Sonic, J Balvin and more.

CBC News will update the main winners throughout the evening:

Best Historical Album
Joni Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: The early years (1963-1967)Joni Mitchell.

Best Latin Pop Album
ThinkAlex Cuba.

Best Dance/Electronic Album
Unconsciously, Black coffee.

best reggae album
beauty in silencesoy