Janet, along with the rest of her Corner Gas co-stars, was nominated for a 2007 Gemini Award in the category of "Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series for the episode "Gopher It".
Janet, along with her Corner Gas co-star, Eric Peterson, introduced the novel Home Schooling by Carol Windley of Nanaimo, B.C. at the November 8th ceremony for the Giller Prize. The Giller Prize is given annually for excellence in fiction for Canadian authors.
Janet, along with the rest of her Corner Gas co-stars, was nominated for a 2006 Gemini Award in the category of "Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series."
Janet Wright, along with the rest of the Corner Gas cast, appeared in a comedy benefit held in O'Hanlan's Pub in Regina, Saskatchewan on August 25, 2006. The night of comedy was held to support the Rachel Davis Foundation, a charity that Janet and her husband started.
Janet Wright, along with her husband, Bruce Davis, created a foundation in honour of their daughter, Rachel Davis. Rachel died while trying to protect a stranger who was being attacked outside a night club in Vancouver, in 2004. Thou foundation honours youths who have shown outstanding compassion or kindness.