Before the stars hit the red carpet and the stage at the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards this Sunday March 3, you’re invited to meet some of your favourites from the small screen inside the FanZone. Read more →
CBC and the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television has just announced the line-up of presenters for the first annual Canadian Screen Awards. As we previously reported, Erica Durance will be presenting an award at the ceremony. Check out the press release with details and full list of guest stars. Read more →
As we previously reported, fans can’t vote for Erica for the Canadian Screen Awards, but the Academy has just launched their “FanZone” and you can now vote for your favorite “Canadian Screen Star,” meet the stars and even attend the CBC Broadcast Gala.
Find out now how you can vote for Erica Durance. Read more →
- Fan Question: Does season 2 of Saving Hope start shooting next month? According to DGC (Directors Guild of Canada) it says it does?
- Answer: Pre-production will likely begin in February 2013. Filming is supposed to start in March 2013.
Due to the Canadian Screen Awards Nomination, Erica’s name was mentioned on some Canadian media outlets. Check them out below to find out what they are saying about Erica Durance. Read more →
Breaking News.: Erica Durance is not only a contender for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role” she will also be presenting an award at the Canadian Screen Awards.
The Canadian Screen Awards will be broadcast live on CBC on Sunday, March 3 at 8 p.m. EST.
That’s the question some of Erica’s fans have been asking us. Let’s shed some light on the situation. Read more →
The first-ever Canadian Screen Awards nominees were unveiled this morning at a jam-packed press conference at Toronto’s Rosewater Room.
Erica Durance has been nominated for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role” for her role in the medical drama Saving Hope (CTV). She’s up against Erin Karpluk (Being Erica), Amy Price-Francis (King), Emily Rose (Haven), and Meg Tilly (Bomb Girls). Read more →