Canadian Comedy Awards

Canadian Comedy Awards

Canadian Comedy Awards

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The Canadian Comedy Awards, founded by , are an annual awards ceremony celebrating notable English speaking Canadian comedians for achievements in Live, Radio, Film, Television and Internet media over the previous year. The awards began in 2000, and are usually broadcast on The Comedy Network.

The ceremonies were held in Toronto until 2002, and from 2003-2007 they were held in London, Ontario in conjunction with an annual comedy festival (known as Comedy Week while in London). In 2008 they moved to Regina, Saskatchewan.

Past hosts include the Royal Canadian Air Farce, Scott Thompson (of The Kids in the Hall), Dave Thomas, Brent Butt and Bruce Hunter (as Rocko the Dog, the character he plays on Puppets Who Kill).The Awards are produced by The Canadian Comedy Foundation for Excellence and , and the Live Awards have been generously supported by the late Bluma Appel.The 2000 & 2001 awards were produced and aired on The Comedy Network by Higher Ground Productions. The 2001 special received a Gemini nomination for writing. The awards made it back to TV in the form of variety specials in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. The Doo Wops received a Gemini nomination for their performance in the 2008 special and the 2009 special co produced by Higher Ground and Minds Eye was nominated for the gemini - comedy, music or variety special.

The Awards are produced by The Canadian Comedy Foundation for Excellence and , and the Live Awards have been generously supported by the late Bluma......
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