Chanel Klein is an Associate Producer with CBC Comedy and CBC Television's Scripted Digital department in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter @ChanelCBC.
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Stand-up, podcasts and movies: What to see at JFL42
The JFL42 comedy festival features headliners John Mulaney, Pete Davidson and more.
Bruce McCulloch raises this Toronto sketch group to new heights in 'TallBoyz'
New sketch comedy show TallBoyz premieres on CBC Television Sept. 17
This beer league team gets to third-base in 'The Ninth'
How many sex related baseball puns can you fit into one comedy series?
This festival boosted gay comedians when nobody else would
We're Funny That Way billed itself as the world's first international queer comedy festival in 1996.
Improv makes an impact at the National Arts Centre
The 42nd Canadian Improv Games kick off in Ottawa April 1-4.
Whose line is it anyway? These high school students — participants in Canada's national Improv Games
These theatre kids made it from across the country to perform at the National Arts Centre.
Meet your Top 10 #CBCNextUp finalists
Ten amateur comedians from across Canada are in the running to win CBC Comedy’s NEXT UP contest
Getting started in comedy? Ivan Decker has advice for you
The 2018 Juno winner for Comedy Album of the Year Ivan Decker shares his tips for amateur comedians.
Getting started in comedy? K. Trevor Wilson has advice for you
Letterkenny’s K. Trevor Wilson shares tips for newbie comics
Getting started in comedy? Mark Critch has advice for you
Mark Critch from ‘This Hour has 22 Minutes’ has tips for amateur stand up comedians.
Getting started in comedy? Andrew Phung has advice for you
The actor behind Kimchee from 'Kim's Convenience' has some tips for amateur stand up comedians and improv performers.
Here's some of our favourite Canadian comedy podcasts
Take a listen at what we've been laughing at!
10 must-see comedy festivals in 2019
From coast to coast to coast, here’s the ha-ha happenings across Canada.
BEHIND THE PHOTO
Adrian Stimson reclaims his past by parodying photos from his family's residential school
Upon first glance, the Siksika artist's Sketches of Indian Life might seem like a lighthearted photo. But there's much more to it when you look closer.