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Podium Representation: People and Comedy Series

podium representation: Accepting his second consecutive award for best actor in a comedy series for Kim's Convenience, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee articulated the theme in a moving speech, according to NOW Magazine. When you give people a voice, other people start listening, he said. In the distribution of the awards, in the substance of the speeches, in the diversity of people standing on the podium representation mattered at the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards. And when people start listening, things start to change when communities see themselves reflected onscreen, it means they've moved from the margins into the forefront; it gives them a voice. The other top TV winners were newcomers Kim's Convenience was named best comedy series, Anne won best drama series and Alias Grace took best limited series or program, with Sarah Gadon winning best lead actress in a drama program or limited series. In other repeat victories, Catherine O'Hara won her third consecutive best actress in a comedy series award for Schitt's Creek, Tatiana Maslany won her fifth best consecutive actress in a drama series for the final season of Orphan Black and The Amazing Race Canada was crowned best reality/competition program or series for the second time, having first won that award in 2015. ( As reported in the news.