Some of Canada’s funniest comedians donated their talents Saturday night during an eventuality to advantage inundate victims.
The “Overflowing with Laughter” comedy uncover took place in Pointe-Claire Saturday night and poked fun during a really critical issue: providing financial service for those influenced by flooding in southern Quebec this spring.
The eventuality lifted supports for a victims, with all deduction going to a Canadian Red Cross.
Funnyman Derek Seguin orderly a sold-out eventuality featuring a comedy of K. Trevor Wilson and Mike Patterson, among others.
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“I’m fundamentally a hero,” Paterson joked.
“What am we gonna do? Give shows for people in rafts? That’ll be stupid, so they’re gonna have houses bro. That’s because we’re here and lifting a money, ’cause we’re gonna save this West Island from descending into a ocean,” a comedian said.
“I don’t know how to lift sandbags and all that, though we know how to tell jokes,” participating comedian Kate Davis said.
Besides copiousness of laughter, a eventuality enclosed a wordless auction and a live DJ.