sorry it wasnt posted here about the lovely news that Emily has expressed
It has been floating around today that the lovely and sweet Emily Rose known for her role on Haven is expecting her 1st child a baby boy this spring with her Hubby!!She tweeted a youtube video about a mini BW short which is more like a teaser of sorts that a baby boy will be coming soon.So if you have twitter congratulate her on her pregnancy and also her nomination for Lead Actress……
TORONTO – A series no longer on the air and one going into its final season led the nominations for the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards.
Flashpoint, which wrapped up a long run on CTV last year, earned 11 nominations and HBO Canada’s Less Than Kind earned 10 nominations.
The movie War Witch, which is up for an Oscar next month in the Foreign Language Film category, received 12 nods including Best Picture. It’s up against Laurence Anyways, Inch’Allah, Midnight’s Children, Still Mine and L’Affaire Dumont.
The Canadian Screen Awards, a merger of the Genie Awards and Gemini Awards, honour the best in homegrown film, television and digital media. The nominations were announced Tuesday by Murdoch Mysteries star Yannick Bisson and actress Katie Boland at a press conference at Toronto’s Rosewater Supper Club.
Global’s Bomb Girls earned six nominations, including Best Dramatic Series where it is up against Arctic Air, Continuum and the Showcase series King. The Global TV movie Titanic is up for Best International Drama.
Global National is nominated for Best Breaking News Coverage for the Johnsons Landing Slide and Best Breaking Reportage for coverage of the Elliot Lake Mall Collapse. Global Toronto and Global BC are both nominated for Best Local Newcast and Global National is up for Best National Newscast.
The Global series 16×9 earned a nomination as Best News Information Series.
Best News Anchor nods went to Global Toronto’s Leslie Roberts, Global National’s Dawna Friesen and Global BC’s Chris Galius.
Best History or Biography Documentary Program or Series nominations went to History’s Battle Castle, D-Day to Victory and Curse of the Axe. Food Network earned nods for Chuck Day’s Off, Pitchin’ In and Eat St. in the Best Lifestyle Program or Series category, as did Income Property on HGTV.
Nominees for Best Music, Variety, Sketch Comedy or Talk Program or Series include Global’s Canada Sings. The HGTV series Canada’s Handyman Challenge and Slice show The Real Housewives of Vancouver are nominated for Best Reality/Competition Program or Series.
In TV acting categories, Elias Koteas and Luke Mably of Global’s Combat Hospital and Tim Rozon of Showcase’s Befriend and Betray will compete in Best Actor categories. In the Best Actress category, Meg Tilly (Bomb Girls), Amy Price-Francis (King) and Emily Rose (Showase’s Haven) are nominees while Enuka Okuma (Global’s Rookie Blue) and Ksenia Solo (Showcase’s Lost Girl) have Best Supporting Actress nods.
ET Canada co-host Cheryl Hickey received a nomination for her interview with Canadian singer Michael Buble.
Big screen acting nominees include James Cromwell and Genevieve Bujold for Still Mine and Jay Baruchel and Kim Coates for Goon. Canadian singer Fefe Dobson earned a nomination for her supporting role in Home Again.
Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell is among the nominees for the Best Feature Length Documentary Award.
Michael Dowse (Goon) is nominated for Achievement in Direction against Xavier Dolan, Deepa Mehta, Kim Nguyen and Bernard Emond.
Oscar-winning composer Howard Shore of Toronto is nominated for his work on David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis and shares an Original Song nod with Metric’s Emily Haines and James Shaw. Cronenberg is recognized with an Adapted Screenplay nomination for Cosmopolis, which starred Robert Pattinson.
Awards in 120 categories will be handed out over three nights. Canadian Screen Week starts February 27 and culminates with the two-hour awards gala at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, hosted by Martin Short and televised on CBC, on March 3.
A complete list of nominees is available at academy.ca.
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