Canadian Screen Awards

WATCH NOW: The 2017 Canadian Screen Awards

On Sunday, March 12th, the CSAs will return to the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto, Ontario and will be broadcast live on CBC-TV and Facebook Live.

Gala airs live on CBC-TV and Facebook Live on Sunday, March 12, 2016 at 8pm

The two-hour, live, Canadian Screen Awards broadcast will take place at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Sunday, March 12, 2017 on CBC TV. The show will be hosted by Howie Mandel, with other star-studded talent from the film, television, and digital media sectors featured as presenters and nominees.

About the broadcast

When: Sunday, March 12, 2016, 8pm local time (9pm AT/9:30 NT)

Where: On CBC TV

About the livestream

When: Sunday, March 12, 2016; red carpet at 7:30pm ET, awards at 8pm ET

Where: Live on the CBC Arts Facebook page

Host Howie Mandel

Howie Mandel has remained a constant force in show business for over 30 years. Mandel is executive producer of many shows through his production company ALEVY PRODUCTIONS, which has produced the series Take It All and Howie Do It for NBC, Deal With It for TBS and Mobbed for FOX, among others. He currently serves as a judge on NBC's hit summer talent competition series, America's Got Talent, now in its 11th season with this being Mandel's seventh season on the series. 

Previously, Howie received an Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Host For A Reality or Reality-Competition Program" for Deal or No Deal and a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Game Show Host" for the syndicated version of the show.

Howie has done countless comedy specials both on cable and network television. He has also hosted his own syndicated talk show, The Howie Mandel Show, and continues to be a mainstay on the talk-show circuit. Howie also continues to perform as many as 200 concerts a year throughout the US and Canada.


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