Dylan Black

Originally from Vankleek Hill, Ontario.

Graduate of Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario with Dean’s List Honours.

Dylan is a huge supporter of The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (having participated in 21 telethons), The Children’s Wish Foundation, and The Max Keeping Fund at C.H.E.O.

Dylan aims to attend 365 community minded events a year!

Dylan also believes in the gift of life. Please make an appointment to donate blood today by calling 1 888 2 DONATE. Dylan has made 76 whole blood donations and continues to donate!

This past year, Dylan was nominated for “Ottawa Humanitarian of the Year (win)”, “Best Community Builder” and “Emcee of the Year”. In 2015 Dylan was awarded a United Way “Community Builder Award”.

In 5 years, Dylan personally collected $15,000 through the Movember campaign! He recently raised over $3700 for the Breast Cancer Society of Canada through boom’s #buzzforboobs campaign.

His annual “Birthday Extravaganza” has collected close to $10000 for various charities including “Tysen’s Mission to a Million”.

Dylan will also serve as the 2018 Honorary Chair for the “TELUS Walk for the Cure!” A title he’s held now for 4 years. He’s also an Honorary Board Member of “Ability First Ottawa”.

In November 2017, Dylan was awarded the prestigious “Corus Show We Care Award”.

For 20 years, Dylan was mentored by Canadian Broadcasting Legend Max Keeping.

Dylan’s little boy, is named Maxwell.

Dylan also serves as a TV host of “Daytime” on Cable 22 and is the Director of Community Events and Fundraising at Yuk Yuk’s comedy club.

Dylan just celebrated 20 years in the wonderful world of media!

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Dylan Black's Blog

In front of over 17,200 at the Canadian Tire Centre Saturday afternoon, the Senators defeated the New York Rangers 6-3! Craig Anderson won his 5th consecutive game making 35 saves! Former Sen Mika Zibanejad scored his 17th of the season. Here are the highlights – #Sens Head Coach Guy Boucher shares his thoughts following today’s…

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