Scott Vrooman

Scott has written and performed comedy for TV (Conan, Picnicface, This Hour Has 22 Minutes), radio (This is That), and the web (Vice, Funny or Die, College Humor, The Toronto Star, The Huffington Post, iPolitics). His sketch group Picnicface broadcast 13 episodes of a sketch show, executive produced by Kid In The Hall Mark McKinney, on Canada's Comedy Network. Scott co-wrote and co-starred in the feature film Roller Town, which is now streaming on Netflix, and he took a lead role in writing the book Picnicface's Canada. He was a professional economist at Finance Canada and the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council before pursuing comedy full time. Follow him on Twitter: @mescottvrooman.

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Oct 30, 2015

This Halloween, don't be racist

Scott Vrooman
Go ahead and be the sexiest mermaid or hunkiest merman you can be, but think twice before putting on that 'Pocahottie' costume.
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Oct 17, 2015

Citizens > Consumers

Scott Vrooman
Elections are a great reminder that we're citizens first.
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Jul 28, 2015

Judging Iran

Scott Vrooman
By keeping its sanctions in place against Iran, Canada is standing firm against the threat of peace in the Middle East.
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Jul 22, 2015

The threat of an informed public

Scott Vrooman
The Communications Security Establishment seems to view an informed public as its adversary. Until that changes, we should probably view the CSE as ours.

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