MuchMusic Video Award for Best Video

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The following is a list of the MuchMusic Video Awards winners for Best Video.

Year Artist Video
1990 Cowboy Junkies "Sun Comes Up (It's Tuesday Morning)"
1991 Crash Test Dummies "Superman's Song"
1992 54-40 "She La"
1993 The Tragically Hip "Locked in the Trunk of a Car"
1994 Blue Rodeo "Hasn't Hit Me Yet"
1995 Jann Arden "Insensitive"
1996 The Tragically Hip "Ahead by a Century"
1997 Moist "Tangerine"
1998 Love Inc. "Broken Bones"
1999 Len "Steal My Sunshine"
2000 Matthew Good Band "Load Me Up"
2001 Our Lady Peace "In Repair"
2002 Nickelback "Too Bad"
2003 Our Lady Peace "Innocent"
2004 Finger Eleven "One Thing"
2005 Billy Talent "River Below"
2006 Kardinal Offishall featuring Ray Robinson "Everyday (Rudebwoy)"
2007 Billy Talent "Fallen Leaves"
2008 Hedley "For the Nights I Can't Remember"
2009 Nickelback "Gotta Be Somebody"
2010 Hedley "Perfect"
2011 Shawn Desman "Electric/Night Like This"
2012 Carly Rae Jepsen "Call Me Maybe"
2013 Classified featuring David Myles "Inner Ninja"
2014 Hedley "Anything"
2015 The Weeknd "Often"
2016 Drake "Hotline Bling"
2017 A Tribe Called Red featuring Yasiin Bey, Narcy and Black Bear "R.E.D."
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