The Grammys, Golden Globes, and Oscars may already ended weeks ago, but that certainly doesn't mean award season is officially over. This weekend, everyone north of the border turned their attention to the 5th Canadian Screen Awards. The annual event celebrates the best and brightest in homegrown film and television, and honours actors, directors, and producers from both the small and silver screens.

This year's iteration was hosted by Toronto funnyman and America's Got Talent judge, Howie Mandel, who brought his trademark wit to the Sony Centre stage. CBC broadcasted the gala tonight, which had its share of amazing moments, including a number of well-deserved wins and a surprise appearance by iconic comedian, Dave Chappelle. If you were unable to catch this year's screenies on CBC, we have you covered! Follow us after the jump to catch up on the night's most noteworthy moments.

Legendary actor, Christopher Plummer, took home a lifetime achievement award and poked fun at his old age.

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee won the award for "Best Actor in a Comedy Series" and brought down the entire house with a resounding speech.

To nobody's surprise, Orphan Black dominated tonight and won "Best Drama Series". Meanwhile the show's star, Tatiana Maslany, picked up the gold for "Best Actress".

The boys from Letterkenny beat out some hefty competition for "Best Comedy Series".

Canada's favourite band won "Best Variety Performance" and everyone sent good vibes to frontman Gord Downie.

Dave Chappelle arrived and shouted out Canadian comedy institution, Just For Laughs.

Adrian Holmes won "Best Actor" for the criminally underrated drama series, 19-2. If you've yet to watch the Montreal cop show, do so now!

Speaking of Quebec, wunderkind Xavier Dolan won for "Best Director".

Rounding out the highlights was Tantoo Cardinal, whose inspiring speech had everyone on their feet.