The City Harmonic have scooped their first Juno Award for I Have a Dream (It Feels Like Home).
I Have A Dream was the band's first full-length album and won them the Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year.
They were up against Colin Bernard, Manafest, Newworldson and Thousand Foot Krutch in the Canadian music awards, which were hosted this year by Michael Bublé.
Winners in the mainstream categories included Justin Bieber for the Fan Choice Award and Carly Rae Jepson who took Single of the Year for "Call Me Maybe".
The City Harmonic is currently in the middle of its spring "I Have A Dream" headline tour, featuring special guest artists The Digital Age, Remedy Drive, 33 Miles and Eric Brandon.
The City Harmonic's Juno Award follows a Gospel Music Association (GMA) New Artist of the Year Dove Award nomination and the band's fourth GMA Canada Covenant Award received last autumn.
They have become a firm favourite with Christian music fans around the world, with their YouTube channel garnering nearly 2.5 million views.