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NEWS ALERT: Canadian Content wins Best Sketch Group at the 2008 Canadian Comedy Awards! For a full list of 2008 winners, click here!

Canadian Content CD's Canuxploitation, I'm Sorry...and Tony's Three Word Program are now available on Nimbit:

ABOUT US:

Canadian Content is a video and live sketch comedy show featuring Vancouver's top award winning comedic talent. What can an audience expect from Canadian Content? It's smart. It's loose. It's funny. And it may not contain actual Canadian content.

Canadian Content is the bastard step-child of Urban Improv and much of the sketch material comes from Urban Improv shows.

Canadian Content has been nominated for three Canadian Comedy Awards for 'Best Sketch Group' and won the honour in 2008. They have performed at The Canadian Comedy Awards, The Vancouver Fringe Festival, The Vancouver International Comedy Festival, The Chicago Improv Festival, The Chicago Sketch Festival and The San Francisco Sketch Festival.

They have opened for Bruce McCulloch (The Kids in the Hall) and performed with Bob Odenkirk & David Cross (Mr. Show) at the Vancouver International Comedy Festival.

Canadian Content recently returned from London, England where they performed for sold-out audiences.

Canadian Content would do veteran Canucks like Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin proud.
                                            - 4 Stars, Melissa Poll, Vancouver Sun

The company has crafted a mix of scripted and ad-libbed material that puts most of the other sketch comedy at the Fringe to shame
                                           - Kathleen Oliver, The Georgia Straight

...Canadian Content is funny, unpretentious, and a sure fire bet. My only criticisms would be that Penelope Corrin's attractiveness occasionally distracts
                                           – Kliph Nesteroff, Only Magazine

The show closes with The Recipes of Anne Frank, almost as tasteless as it sounds (break those eggs as quietly as possible!), morphing into an attack by Anne Frankenstein -- funnier than you'd think.
                                          - Peter Bernie, The Vancouver Sun