2018 Canadian Screen Awards

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Kim’s Convenience opens for more business

CBC has renewed the CSA-winning comedy for a 13-episode third season.

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Insight’s Barbara Bowlby stepping down

Announced at the Canadian Screen Awards broadcast gala, Insight’s president and COO will move on after 38 years with the Amazing Race Canada prodco.

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CSAs ’18: Maudie tops film awards with seven wins

On the TV side, CBC also had a big night with wins for Kim’s Convenience, Alias Grace and Anne.

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CSAs ’18: Cardinal, Alias Grace, Baroness win big in fiction gala

A fierce night of competition saw Canadian hits going head-to-head, with series across all major broadcasters taking home trophies.

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CSAs ’18: Mayday, RISE, Wild Canadian Year nab non-fiction prizes

The opening gala of Canadian Screen Week also saw big wins for Property Brothers and Science Max.

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Insight to produce 2018 CSA gala

Still Standing‘s Jonny Harris and The Beaverton‘s Emma Hunter will co-host the broadcast gala.

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Canadian Academy picks Ava as best first feature

Sadaf Foroughi’s coming-of-age tale has picked up eight other nominations for the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards.

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CSA’s ’18: Anne, Kim’s Convenience, Cardinal lead TV noms

The CBC/Netflix drama topped the list with 13 nominations, while there were also strong showings from fellow newcomers Mary Kills People and Alias Grace.

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CSAs ’18: Never Steady Never Still, Ava top CSA film noms

Four of the seven best-picture nominations hail from female directors, including Nora Twomey’s The Breadwinner and Aisling Walsh’s Maudie.