The Weeknd and Alanis Morrissette are also among this year's winners
Kiesza was among the big winners at this year’s Juno Awards in Canada.
The dance artist, who scored an international number one hit with ‘Hideaway’ in 2014, was named Breakthrough Artist Of The Year at Canada’s top music awards.
She also won Dance Recording Of The Year for ‘Sound Of A Woman’ and Video Of The Year for ‘Hideaway’.
Kiesza said: “Thank you to all my fans. You’re the reason that any of us create music.”
The Weeknd was named Artist Of The Year at the ceremony and he won the prize for R&B/Soul Recording Of The Year for ‘Often’.
The Weeknd, real name Abel Tesfaye, recently shared the song ‘Earned It’ which featured on the soundtrack of 50 Shades Of Grey.
He released his latest album, ‘Kiss Land’, in 2013. The Weeknd shared two previously unheard songs, ‘King Of The Fall’ and ‘Often’, in July 2014.
He was recently arrested for allegedly assaulting a police officer in Las Vegas.
Single Of The Year went to Toronto group Magic! for ‘Rude’, which beat Kiesza’s ‘Hideaway’ and Drake’s ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’, reports Digital Spy.
Other winners included Arkells for Rock Album Of The Year and Group Of The Year, Leonard Cohen for Album Of The Year and Michael Bublé for the Juno Fan Choice award.
Alanis Morissette was also inducted into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame. She added: “I am deeply appreciative of this country.”