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TORONTO -- Canadian comics Brent Butt and Paul Mather on Monday night picked up trophies for best comedy writing at the 2006 Canadian Screenwriting Awards, which were handed out in Toronto. Butt picked up his award for work on Corner Gas, the hit feel-good CTV comedy that he stars in and executive produces. The Writers Guild of Canada, which organizes Canada's screenwriting awards, also honored Suzette Couture with the best TV movie and mini-series writing award for her work on The Man Who Lost Himself, while giving Wil Zmak the best feature film script for The Dark Hours, the 2005 psychodrama that starred Aidan Devine and Gordon Currie.

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