Paul Myrehaug (Headliner)
Paul Myrehaug was born in Camrose Alberta Canada; a place so cold school wouldn’t be cancelled until the temperature dropped below -45 degrees. As a young man Paul wanted to be a professional hockey player, professional golfer, professional basketball player or a professional snowboarder. Then he found out how you much you had to exercise and diet and decided he would better off as a professional stand-up comic. Paul began is now an internationally toured comedian with appearances on television, radio, festivals and world renowned comedy competitions. At twenty-two Paul moved to Toronto and started measuring his talents against other professional acts in comedy competitions around North America. After a second place finish in the prestigious Seattle International Comedy Competition in 2006 and winning the $25,000 dollar grand prize in the 2007 Great Canadian Laugh Off seen on The Comedy Network, Paul launched himself into the television, radio and festival circuit including: two appearances with CBC’s Ha!, a feature on The Comedy Network’s “Comedy Shorts”, performed at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, entertained troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Italy and Kosovo and a spot in the finals of the Boston International Comedy Competition. You can also hear Paul regularly on XM Sirius Satellite Radio and the hit show “The Debaters” on CBC Radio One.

D.J. DEMERS is a stand-up comedian and the host and creator of ‘The D.J. Demers Show’ on AMI-tv. He has performed stand-up on Conan and was the winner of the 2014 Homegrown Comics Competition at the prestigious Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. After winning the competition, D.J. was invited to perform at a TV taping, the first time that has happened in festival history. D.J. was also a featured performer at Toronto’s JFL42 comedy festival in 2014, the winner of the 2013 Toronto Comedy Brawl, was a finalist in NBC’s Stand-Up for Diversity, and was nominated for ‘Best Stand-Up Newcomer’ at the 2011 Canadian Comedy Awards. He has appeared on CBC Radio’s Laugh Out Loud, and performed stand-up during Canadian Music Week and the North By Northeast Music festival. On the third Wednesday of every month, D.J. hosts a stand-up show with Chuckle Co. at Comedy Bar in Toronto, featuring the best comedians in Canada. He also wears hearing aids.