Feb 27, 2020
By Andy Johnson
Veteran Canadian performers Catherine O’Hara, Ryan Reynolds and Tantoo Cardinal head the list of laureates for this year’s Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards.
The 65 year old Toronto-born actress began her long career on SCTV.
Vancouver’s Reynolds is 43 years old.
Cardinal was born in Fort McMurray, Alberta in 1950.
All will receive lifetime artistic achievement awards at the ceremony in Ottawa in April 25th.
The Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards were created in 1992 and are presented annually to Canadians whose accomplishments have inspired and enriched the cultural life of the country.