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Canadian Screen Awards 2017: The Biggest Winners of the Night

Canadian Screen Awards Christopher Plummer Culture Tatiana Maslany

The Oscars may be behind us, but last night Canadians got a chance to celebrate the best of film and television at the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards. Host Howie Mandell kept some of the country’s best talent entertained at the Sony Centre for the 5th annual awards ceremony.

So who were the big winners of the night? In the film department, It’s Only the End of the World picked up multiple awards including the best motion picture and best director (Xavier Dolan). In the television department, Orphan Black won the best drama series, while Letterkenny got recognition for best comedy series.

But it was our former cover star Tatiana Maslany who was the night’s golden girl. The Emmy-award-winning actor not only picked up the night’s coveted Best Actress Award for her role in The Other Half but also Best Actress in a Drama Series for Orphan Black.

Canadian gem Christopher Plummer may have joked that he was given the Lifetime Achievement Award out of pity due to his “old age,” but during his acceptance speech, the Sound of Music star assured everyone that “the curtain has not yet fallen [but] is simply stuck.”

If you missed the award show, fret not. We’ve got the list of notable winners below:

Best motion picture: It’s Only the End of the World

Best director: Xavier Dolan, It’s Only the End of the World

Best actress: Tatiana Maslany, The Other Half

Best actor: Stephan James, Race

Best original screenplay: Daniel MacIvor, Weirdos

Best drama series: Orphan Black

Best comedy series: Letterkenny

Best actress in a comedy series: Catherine O’Hara, Schitt’s Creek

Best actor in a comedy series: Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Kim’s Convenience

Best actress in a drama series: Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black

Best actor in a drama series: Adrian Holmes, 19-2

Fan choice: Natasha Negovanlis, Carmilla

Best performance in a variety or sketch comedy program: The Tragically Hip, The Tragically Hip — A National Celebration

Donald Brittain award for best social/political documentary: Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr

Lifetime achievement award: Christopher Plummer

Earle Grey award: Tantoo Cardinal

Icon award: Just for Laughs

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