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Tony Ho on the importance of comedy in the age of COVID-19
The Toronto comedy darlings discuss their new season and what it’s like to create during a pandemic.
Borat's back, but does 'extreme comedy' really change minds or just push people away?
Sacha Baron Cohen says his Borat movie sequel aims to "reveal the dangerous slide to authoritarianism." But how influential satire is depends on whom it actually reaches — and some experts say his comedy merely convinces those who are already convinced.
How a Black Montreal comedian got his point across about the N-word controversy
Comedian Renzel Dashington says it’s not okay for white people to say the N-word, regardless of the context. Dashington’s conversation with Patrick Lagacé prompted the renowned La Presse Columnist to have a change of heart on the topic.
Comedian Martha Chaves: Why I have issues with 'Latino' and 'Hispanic,' but like 'Latinx'
Trump takes on Biden... in Spanish
Meet Aba Amuquandoh—the newest and youngest player in This Hour Has 22 Minutes
CBC Comedy Instagram giveaway: Granted CBC Sweater
Cluck, Cluck: An Oral History of Kids in the Hall's Chicken Lady
How three Torontonians went from laid off to creating buzzy comedy series Next Stop
Which comedians are getting you through the pandemic?
SNL pokes fun at Cancon with bits about CBC, Drake, Degrassi
One, two, COVID's coming for you
Long Stories For No Reason: John Cullen's new album will give you reasons to laugh
Sort Of, CBC's latest original comedy, explores gender fluidity and authenticity
Standup comedy in the time of COVID
Not even COVID can keep a good bird down
'A sneaky way of getting a point across': Rebecca Kohler on her new comedy album, Guilty and Disgusting
Saskatoon comedian authors book that ribs Saskatchewan for 144 pages