It was an eventful weekend for Christian singer and songwriter K-Anthony.

The Jamaican-Canadian, who lives in Regina, Saskatchewan, won the top prize in the Christian music category.

When it comes to Canadian Christian music, there is just one category, a Juno award for Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year.

"Dreams do come true with God, faith and perseverance!" said K-Anthony in a post on social media. "With humility and deep gratitude, I share this recognition with all those who have supported me along the way. To God be the glory today and always."

Other nominees in this category included Brooke Nicholls, Joshua Leventhal, Stirling John and Tuzee.

This was the first time in years that no one from Manitoba made the list. 

Some categories, including the Christian Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year, were announced during an event on Saturday.

The 53rd annual Juno Awards are set to take place on March 24, 2024, at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.