Congrats to them all!!

Mark McKinney, Corner Gas winners at comedy awards
The television series Corner Gas and Mark McKinney were double winners at the seventh annual Canadian Comedy Awards.
The series, featuring Saskatchewan comedian Brent Butt, captured prizes for best direction and top female performer for Janet Wright.
Former Kid in the Hall McKinney grabbed best male performance on television for Slings and Arrows and shared the best scripting award for the series along with Susan Coyne and Bob Martin.
The awards were handed out Friday night in London, Ont., as part of the yearly Canadian Comedy Festival.
Mike MacDonald was honoured with the inaugural Dave Broadfoot Award for comic genius. As well, special awards were given to Don Ferguson and Roger Abbott of the Royal Canadian Air Farce for their achievements in comedy at home and abroad.
Pete Zedlacher and Laurie Elliot were named best male and female stand-up comics and Jon Dore was top newcomer.
Other winners included:
Best sketch troupe: The Second City Reloaded.
Best TV direction: The Frantics Reunion Special.
Best film direction: Donnie Mills for Chasing Aces.
Best male performer, film: Sean Cullen in Phil the Alien.
Best female performer, film: Jennifer Robertson in Twitches.
Comedic play: SARSical the Musical.
Improv troupe: Die-Nasty! Improvised Soap Opera Troupe.