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Link: Air Farce’s New Year’s Eve special brings back familiar faces

From Jim Slotek of Postmedia News:

Link: Air Farce’s New Year’s Eve special brings back familiar faces
Hillary Clinton wasn’t the only woman to lose the U.S. presidential election. The Royal Canadian Air Farce’s Luba Goy also took the loss.

“I haven’t played a national leader since Kim Campbell, when I got to be prime minister for a few months,” Goy said, in a break with fellow Air Farceur Jessica Holmes before the taping of the Air Farce’s annual New Year’s Eve special. Continue reading.

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Link: “Best cast ever” aces annual Air Farce NYE taping

From Brioux.tv:

Link: “Best cast ever” aces annual Air Farce NYE taping
For the first time, women outnumber men four to three. Ferguson says it is the best cast ever, high praise considering the 40+ year history of the troupe. They were certainly embraced by the Thursday night audience. The cast performed with more bounce and vigor than any previous NYE taping that I can remember. Continue reading. 

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Link: Dave Broadfoot, Royal Canadian Air Farce comedian, dead at 90

From CBC News:

Link: Dave Broadfoot, Royal Canadian Air Farce comedian, dead at 90
Canadian comedian and former Royal Canadian Air Farce actor Dave Broadfoot has died at age 90, his family confirmed to CBC News.

Born in Vancouver on Dec. 5, 1925, Broadfoot was an early member of the long-running comedy show on CBC. Starting in 1973, he appeared on radio and television versions of the show for 15 years. Continue reading. 

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Link: Air Farce New Year’s Eve special on CBC targets Duffy, Trump, Star Wars

From Bill Brioux of the Canadian Press:

Air Farce New Year’s Eve special on CBC targets Duffy, Trump, Star Wars
The Force is back this year, and so is The Farce.

Canada’s most-popular comedy troupe, The Royal Canadian Air Farce, has been helping Canadians ring in the New Year on TV since 1992.

They’re back again this year on CBC with “Air Farce New Year’s Eve 2015.” Last year’s special was the biggest draw yet, pulling in over 1.8 million viewers. Continue reading.

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