Dean Brody, Johnny Reid and Terri Clark were amongst the big winners Sunday night at the 2011 Canadian Country Music Awards. The show capped a week of celebrations in Ontario and Saskatoon, where Country Music Week is designed to heighten awareness and exposure for Canadian country artists.

Reid was the night's biggest star in Hamilton, Ontario. In addition to opening the show with a performance of his song 'Let's Go Higher,' he took home awards for Male Artist of the Year, CMT Video of the Year and the highly coveted Fans' Choice Award. Brody won two awards -- Single and Album of the Year for 'Trail of Life' -- and Terri Clark walked away the Female Artist of the Year. Hey Romeo and Chad Brownlee were the two remaining award recipients, winning Group or Duo of the Year and Rising Star respectively.

Ronnie Dunn and Derric Rutan were amongst the presenters. The night's highlight performance was from Luke Bryan, who teamed up with Doc Walker to perform their respective songs called 'Country Girl.'

The CCMA was established in 1976 with the award show beginning in 1982. This is the second consecutive year Reid has won the Fans' Choice Award.

2011 Canadian Country Music Awards Winners:

Single of the Year
'Trail in Life,' Dean Brody

Album of the Year
'Trail in Life,' Dean Brody

CMT Video of the Year
'Today I’m Gonna Try and Change the World,' Johnny Reid

Female Artist of the Year
Terri Clark

Male Artist of the Year
Johnny Reid

Group or Duo of the Year
Hey Romeo

Rising Star
Chad Brownlee

Fans' Choice Award
Johnny Reid

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