Attention foodies: The Great Canadian Baking Show airs its third season finale tonight on CBC and CBC Gem. After seven episodes it all comes down to three remaining finalists: Colin Asuncion, 30, a marketing manager from Toronto; Jodi Robson, 33, a table games dealer from Regina, Sask., and Nataliia Shevchenko, 33, an administrative assistant from
This Friday, production wraps on Season Three of The Great Canadian Baking Show. The competition series will now simmer in post production until it returns as part of CBC’s fall lineup. Earlier this week, I visited the big Baking tent on the lush grounds of The Canadian Film Centre in Toronto and spoke with new
Who knew CFC stood for Cars For Critics? It did Sunday when I won a brand new Cadillac Escalade SUV at the Canadian Film Centre’s annual BBQ and fundraiser. Well, I won it for four days. I’m pretty sure that means I can’t sell it. I’ve got until next September to pick it up from
You know you’re at a TIFF/Canadian Film Centre event when somebody shouts out “Noah!” and about 30 people turn around. Sunday was the annual CFC BBQ in Toronto on the lush lawns at the old E.P. Taylor estate and the weather could not have been nicer. Thanks to my well preserved Saab 95, I finally felt
Jewison doing that Trudeau “gunslinger” stance Talk about connections. Slawko Klymkiw arranged for another perfect day Sunday for his little burger fest at the Canadian Film Centre’s annual barbecue as part of the Toronto International Film Festival. Kyymkiw–who secured another $9 million from the Ontario government for the film and TV school earlier this year–and
Howard Shore keeps an eye on Richard Crouse at Thursdays CFC event A packed house came out to hear Howard Shore Thursday night at the Bell Lightbox and he didn’t even play a note. The Canadian Film Centre hosted an evening with the three-time Academy Award-winning composer. Shore is a Toronto lad made good, scoring
The Canadian Film Centre held its 25th annual gala and auction at the Art Deco Carlu theatre in Toronto Wednesday night. As I tweeted from the event, there was more money in the room than at a Markham Super Bowl bust.My old pal Slawko Klymkiw CFC’s CEO, worked that room like Sinatra at the Sands.
Made the scene Sunday at the Canadian Film Centre’s annual Toronto International Film Festival BBQ. The spread was held once again at Stately Wayne Manor, a.k.a. E.P. Taylor’s old Windfields Estate in Toronto, with CFC executive director Slawko Klymkiw presiding. The usual CanCon suspects were there, including: Rick Mercer (below right), celebrating his 10th season