The Canadian Association of Stand-up Comedians
was formed in 2017 to represent the first-ever unified voice for comedians in Canada.

CASC Mission

To build a thriving and dynamic comedy industry in Canada,

CASC will engage aspiring and established professional Canadian comedians through advocacy, career opportunity, support for programming, as well as professional development and industry education. CASC will strive to enrich and further Canada’s professional comedy industry domestically and abroad.

May 29, 2020

Opening of European Live Performance

Brussels – Based on the information provided by its members, Pearle* put together a map to visualize the re-opening of Live Performance in Europe. The launch […]
May 18, 2020
CASC Objectives

What is CASC Fighting For?

A lot has happened since the Canadian Association of Stand-up Comedians (CASC) was formed in 2017. CASC began as a rallying cry to have stand-up comedy […]
May 11, 2020

AGM LiveStream Links

Here are the links to know in order to log in, vote and watch the May 11th 2020 AGM livestream.   View 2020/2021 Budget Here – View […]
May 8, 2020

Sandra Battaglini in Canadian Press

[…] Stand-up comedians, for example, are largely excluded from the latest support model, despite lobbying efforts by the Canadian Association of Stand-up Comedians to receive $1.5 […]
April 15, 2020

Canada Emergency Response Benefit – New Developments

“Artists continue to help us to reflect on life, and dream. They bring sunshine into our daily lives, and we are very grateful for that.” – […]
April 11, 2020 Interviews Sandra Battaglini

She’s dubbed the Mayor of Comedy in an upcoming documentary film. She’s a headliner on stages across Canada. She’s a Just For Laughs performer. She’s a […]

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