Prince Albert’s own Rebecca Strong is $1 million richer after winning the finale of Canada’s Got Talent.

The 20-year-old singer from the Black Lake Denesuline First Nation competed against seven others in Tuesday’s live performance.

She sang a cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.”

In reacting to the win, Strong thanked the judges, the people who voted for her and her family and friends.

Viewers across Canada voted to determine the winner of what Citytv’s parent company, Rogers, billed as the biggest cash prize in Canadian television history.

The finalists were whittled down from over 100 musical, dance, comedy and novelty acts.

Strong bested rivals including Funkanometry, a dance duo from Vancouver Island, and Travis Lindsay, a comedian from Halifax.

The show’s third season also awarded $25,000 each to six Golden Buzzer acts performers deemed good enough to progress from auditions straight to the semifinal.

(With files from the Canadian Press.)

(Screenshot courtesy of Canada’s Got Talent.)