The four-time Emmy nominee and former model will host the sixth annual ceremony on Nov. 17.
"Mad Men" star Christina Hendricks helmed last year's event, and Kim Cattrall, Queen Latifah, Nia Vardalos and Rob Lowe have previously taken on hosting duties.
The awards honour excellence among Canada's beauty, grooming and fashion editorial talent and also recognize leading makeup artists, hairstylists, photographers, art directors and models.
A record 386 entries were submitted this year for the awards, which will honour 21 winners across 16 categories.
"It's important to highlight and recognize the incredibly creative and innovative work produced in Canada, and the continued growth and success of these awards underlines that," P&G Canada president Thom Lachman said in a release.
Note to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version erroneously referenced the P&G Beauty & Grooming Awards.