Alwyn Vey Clouston ( 1910 - October 27, 2004 in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada) was a Canadian storyteller and humourist known as "Uncle Al." ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Clouston"
Bill Richardson is a Canadian radio broadcaster and author. Richardson was born in Winnipeg and received his B.A. from the University of Winnipeg in 1976. After spending a year in Montpellier, he moved to Vancouver where he completed a Master of Library Sciences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Richardson (radio)"
David McGimpsey is a Canadian poet, humorist and scholar. ...more on Wikipedia about "David McGimpsey"
David Rakoff (born 1964) is an essayist, journalist, and actor. Originally from Canada, he now resides in New York City. He became an American citizen in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Rakoff"
Donald Lamont Jack ( December 6, 1924 - c. June 2 2003) was a Canadian humorist. He was born in Radcliffe in England and grew up in Britain, serving in the RAF in World War II. After the war he emigrated to Canada and became a writer. He wrote for the stage, radio, and television, but he is most famous for his novels, especially the Bandy Papers which recount the humorous adventures of Bartholomew Bandy, a World War I fighter pilot. His play "The Canvas Barricade" was the first Canadian play performed at the Stratford Festival of Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Jack"
Erika Ritter is a Canadian playwright and humorist. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, she studied drama at McGill University and the University of Toronto. In addition to her published work, she has also written and hosted programming for CBC Radio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erika Ritter"
Gary Lautens ( November 3, 1928 - February 1, 1992) was a Canadian humorist and newspaper columnist. He wrote for the Toronto Star from 1962 until his death. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Lautens"
Harry J. Boyle ( October 7, 1915 in St. Augustine, Ontario - January 22, 2005 in Toronto, Ontario) was a Canadian broadcaster and writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry J. Boyle"
Howard White (born 1945 in Abbotsford, British Columbia) is an award-winning Canadian writer, editor and publisher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howard White"
Ian Ferguson is a Canadian author and playwright. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ian Ferguson (writer)"
Jim Slotek was the chief comedy and arts reporter for the Toronto Sun before becoming a movie critic. Slotek is considered by many Canadian comedians to be one of the most influential comedy and film reviewers in Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Slotek"
John Kricfalusi (born Michael John Kricfalusi on September 9, 1955, in Chicoutimi, Québec, Canada) is the animator better known as John K., creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show and The Ripping Friends cartoon series as well as the founder of animation studio Spümcø International. (Note that when working on cartoons he doesn't quite support, Kricfalusi is sometimes credited as Raymond Spum.) ...more on Wikipedia about "John Kricfalusi"
John Robert Colombo is a Canadian poet, editor and humorist, best known as a writer of reference works and editor of anthologies pertaining to Canadian culture, history and geography. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Robert Colombo"
Louis-José Houde (born in 1977, Quebec city) is a Canadian humorist graduated from l' École nationale de l'humour of Québec. He animated two TV shows at Radio-Canada, Louis-José Houde, à suivre... (2005) and Ici Louis-José Houde (2006). In 2003, he won a Félix for comic show of the year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Louis-José Houde"
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Miriam Toews (pronounced tâves), (born 1964 in Steinbach, Manitoba) is a Canadian novelist and humorist of Mennonite descent. She has lived in Montreal, and London, and now resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miriam Toews"
Paul Hiebert was a Canadian writer and humourist best known for his novel Sarah Binks, which was awarded the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour in 1948. He was born in Pilot Mound, Manitoba in 1892 and was educated at the University of Manitoba, University of Toronto, and McGill University. He died 1987 in Carman, Manitoba. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Hiebert"
Paul Lewis Quarrington (born July 22, 1953) is a Canadian novelist who lives in Toronto, Ontario. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Quarrington"
Richard J. Needham ( 1912- 1996) was a legendary Canadian humour columnist for The Globe and Mail. ...more on Wikipedia about "Richard J. Needham"
Shane MacDougall (Born March 3, 1967), is a Canadian comedian, writer, and filmmaker from North Bedque, Prince Edward Island. Best known for challenging Queen Elizabeth 2 to a kickboxing match or math test for the crown of Canada, Shane received death threats from avowed monarchists, but succeeded in raising the profile of the nationalist republican (small "r") movement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shane MacDougall"
Stanley Burke was a Canadian television journalist. He was the anchor of CBC Television's The National News from 1966 to 1969. The show was renamed The National after he resigned to launch a public campaign on the Biafran civil war. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stanley Burke"
Stephen Butler Leacock, Ph.D , FRSC ( December 30, 1869 – March 28, 1944) was a British-Canadian writer and economist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stephen Leacock"
Stuart McLean (born 1948 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian radio broadcaster and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stuart McLean"
Thomas Chandler Haliburton ( December 17, 1796 – August 27, 1865) was one of the first major Canadian authors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas Chandler Haliburton"
Will Ferguson is a Canadian writer who is best known for his humorous observations on Canadian history and culture. Ferguson was born and raised in the frontier settlement of Fort Vermilion, Alberta. He studied film production and screenwriting at York University in Toronto graduating with a B.F.A. in 1990. ...more on Wikipedia about "Will Ferguson"
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