By Ray Rahman
June 18, 2012 at 03:23 PM EDT
Arthur Mola/AP

Oh, Canada. It’s sometimes easy to forget all the great things you’ve given us here south of your border. There’s Justin Bieber, of course, and also Ryan Gosling. And who could forget about poutine? Poutine!

Now, another great reminder: The MuchMusic Video Awards, generally considered Canada’s equivalent of the MTV Video Music Awards. It’s perhaps no big surprise that Carly Rae Jepsen came out the big winner at last night’s ceremony, nabbing three major awards.

(Fun fact: Josh Ramsay, the frontman of pop-punkers Marianas Trench, who took home several prizes as well, produced “Call Me Maybe.” Synergy!)

Katy Perry also won the “UR Fave” trophy for International Artist or Group and the International Video of the Year prize, beating out the likes of Adele, One Direction, Rihanna, and LMFAO.

Check out the full list of last night’s winners (in bold) below the jump, as well as nominees:

UR Fave International Artist or Group: Katy Perry

UR Fave Video of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen, ‘Call Me Maybe’

UR Fave Artist or Group: Justin Bieber

Video of the Year

Carly Rae Jepsen “Call Me Maybe”

Down With Webster “She’s Dope”

Drake “Headlines”

Hedley “Invincible”

Marianas Trench “Fallout”

International Video of the Year- Group

Bad Meets Evil feat. Bruno Mars “Lighters”

Cobra Starship feat. Sabi “You Make Me Feel”

Coldplay “Paradise”

Foster The People “Houdini”

Gym Class Heroes feat. Adam Levine “Stereo Hearts”

LMFAO “Sexy and I Know It”

Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera “Moves Like Jagger”

One Direction “One Thing”

Selena Gomez and The Scene “Love You Like a Love Song”

The Wanted “Glad You Came”

MuchLoud Rock Video of the Year

Arkells “Michigan Left”

Fucked Up “Queen of Hearts”

Sam Roberts Band “I Feel You”

The Sheepdogs “I Don’t Know”

Theory of a Deadman “Chick Came Back”

MuchVibe Hip Hop Video of the Year

Drake “The Motto”

A-Game “Cool Boyz”

Classified “The Hangover”

Harvey Stripes “Come On”

K’Naan feat. Nelly Furtado “Is Anybody Out There?”

Most Online Streamed Video

Carly Rae Jepsen “Call Me Maybe”

Post-Production Video of the Year

Down With Webster “Big Wheels”

Marianas Trench “Fallout”

Shaun Boothe “Let Me Go”

The New Cities “Heatwave”

These Kids Wear Crowns “I Wanna Dance With Somebody”

Cinematography Video of the Year

City and Colour “Fragile Bird”

Hedley feat. P. Reign “Invincible”

Kreesha Turner “Rock Paper Scissors”

Marianas Trench “Fallout”

Shawn Desman “Moneyshot/Something Stupid”

Director of the Year

Aleesia feat. Big Sean “Kiss it Bye Bye”

Danny Fernandes “Hit Me Up”

Down With Webster “Royalty”

Marianas Trench “Haven’t Had Enough”

Nelly Furtado “Big Hoops”

Pop Video of the Year

Anjulie “Brand New Chick”

Carly Rae Jepsen “Call Me Maybe”

Hedley feat. P. Reign “Invincible”

Marianas Trench “Hadn’t Had Enough”

Victoria Duffield “Shut Up and Dance”

International Video of the Year- Artist

Beyonce “Run the World (Girls)”

Chris Brown feat. Justin Bieber “Next 2 You”

David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj “Turn Me On”

Flo Rida “Good Feeling”

Katy Perry “Last Friday Night”

Kelly Clarkson “Stronger”

Lady Gaga “Marry The Night”

Nicki Minaj “Starships”

Pitbull “Give Me Everything”

Rihanna “We Found Love”

International Video of the Year by a Canadian

Avril Lavigne “Smile”

Drake feat. Rihanna “Take Care”

Justin Bieber “Boyfriend”

Nickelback “When We Stand Together”

Simple Plan “Astronaut”

MuchFact Indie Video of the Year

Arcade Fire “Sprawl II”

City and Colour “Fragile Bird”

Danny Fernandes “Hit Me Up”

Down With Webster “She’s Dope”

Lights “Banner”

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