Canadians Jim Carrey, Sandra Oh, Stephan James get Golden Globe nominations

Jim Carrey, Sandra Oh, Stephan James and Jean-Marc Vallee were among the Canadian Golden Globe nominees announced Thursday, while Ryan Gosling's lack of a mention for "First Man" had many fans declaring the London, Ont.

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