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Sundays just got hotter, with fun and flirty flix, back-to-back on SliceTM. For the first time ever, SliceTM viewers can satisfy guilty-pleasure cravings with their favourite romantic comedies and studly action pics every Sunday starting December 5 at 6pm ET/3pm PT.

Re-live Drew Barrymore’s hilarious 50 First Dates with Adam Sandler; double date George Clooney and Brad Pitt in Ocean’s 11 and Ocean’s 12; or hang out with America’s sweethearts, Sandra Bullock and Julia Roberts.

Sundays were made for curling up on the couch, and now viewers can rely on SliceTM to provide the perfect TV companions for hours of entertainment.

“We’re thrilled to finally have the opportunity to bring movies to our viewers,” said Vanessa Case, Vice President, Content, SliceTM. “Following the drama-filled, gossip-worthy Saturday nights on SliceTM, a Sunday lineup of back-to-back movies is the perfect complement to round out our weekend schedule.”

To announce the fun and flirty new star-studded movie block, SliceTM has launched a marketing campaign targeting adults 25-54 with a female skew. On-air and online promotion will run for three weeks on Shaw Media assets. Off-air campaign elements will run for two weeks and include Ontario-focused media, with 30-second radio spots on female-skewing stations as well as interactive program guide (IPG) ads.

The marketing campaign was developed entirely in-house by Shaw Media’s Creative Agency, Media Strategy and Marketing Strategy Teams.


SliceTM’s back-to-back movie schedule for Sundays in December: 


Sunday, December 5

13 Going on 30

6pm ET/3pm PT

(Encore presentations at 12am ET/9pm PT)

50 First Dates 


Sunday, December 12

Two Weeks Notice

6pm ET/3pm PT

(Encore presentations at 12am ET/9pm PT)

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days


Sunday, December 19

The Wedding Planner

6pm ET/3pm PT

(Encore presentations at 12am ET/9pm PT)

Maid In Manhattan


Sunday, December 26

Ocean’s Eleven

6pm ET/3pm PT

(Encore presentations at 12am ET/9pm PT)

This winter, Showcase’s all-new programming lineup includes action-packed espionage, a brazen mediator and a doubled-crossed detective. The channel ushers in three exclusive programs – the sleek spy series Covert Affairs, chic legal drama Fairly Legal and exceptional British crime drama Luther.

Rounding out the schedule is the fireball return of Burn Notice, season two. All the action begins January 4, 2011.

The winter lineup kicks off with the 90-minute can’t-miss premiere of the smash-hit series Covert Affairs. Hailed by critics as “fast-paced, fun and every bit as charming” (LA Times), Covert Affairs introduces Showcase viewers to Annie Walker (Coyote Ugly’s Piper Perabo), a young CIA trainee thrust into the inner sanctum of the agency.

Appearing to be promoted to field operative for her exceptional linguistic skills, her CIA bosses really chose her to execute their own agenda. Covert Affairs co-stars Christopher Gorham (Ugly Betty) as Auggie Anderson, Peter Gallagher (The O.C.) as CIA Director Arthur Campbell and Canadian starlet Kari Matchett (Invasion) as Joan, Arthur’s wife. Covert Affairs airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 9.

Legal dramedy Fairly Legal premieres on Showcase with a 90-minute episode hot on the heels of its U.S. launch. The series centres on Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi; The L Word), a top litigator at her family’s law firm. Fed up with the daily injustices of the system, she decides to become a mediator.

Boasting legal smarts, savvy, and intuition, Kate is a natural at resolving any conflict – except when it comes to her personal life. Fairly Legal co-stars Virginia Williams (The O.C.) as Lauren, Kate’s wicked stepmother who happens to be her new boss, Michael Trucco (Battlestar Gallactica) as Patrick, Kate’s soon-to-be-ex-husband and Baron Vaughn (Invasion) as Leonardo, Kate’s geek-chic trustworthy assistant. Fairly Legal airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 31.

Returning for a sizzling second season in Burn Notice, Michael Weston (Jeffrey Donovan) is on a dangerous new mission that could give him clues about his burn notice. Armed again with his trustworthy sidekicks Sam (Bruce Campbell) and Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar), he continues to help those less fortunate while struggling to put his life back together. Burn Notice, season two airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 4.

Critically acclaimed BBC psychological crime thriller Luther stars Idris Elba (The Wire) as John Luther, a police detective with London’s Serious Crime Unit. Returning to work following a mental breakdown due to a traumatic investigation, he struggles to balance the psychological demands of his work at the same time as trying to save his crumbling marriage to his wife, Zoe (Indira Varma; Rome, Human Target). A brilliant, but severely damaged man, Luther battles his own demons, making him as dangerous as the murderers he hunts. Luther airs Fridays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 7.

Movies get top billing on Saturday nights this Winter with the Showcase Saturday Night Movie block. The block features an unprecedented number of big-ticket, blockbuster Hollywood movies straight off-pay, including:

·         Hancock – Starring Will Smith and Charlize Theron.

·         Iron Man – Starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Jeff Bridges.

·         Step Brothers – Starring Will Farrell and John C. Reilly.

Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist – Starring Michael Cera and Kat Dennings.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop – Starring Kevin James.


Full episodes of Covert Affairs, Fairly Legal and Burn Notice will be available on the day after broadcast.

After six seasons, 87 episodes and 87 challenges, Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice reunite for a final showdown of (minimal) intelligence, (a complete absence of) integrity and (non-existent) agility in the Kenny vs. Spenny Christmas Special, airing December 23, 2010 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Showcase.

The hour-long series finale follows the adversaries as they set out to make a Christmas-themed variety show. With the best of intentions, Spenny is determined to make a feel-good family holiday special but is blindsided by Kenny who seizes another opportunity to make Spenny’s life a living hell. The adult-aged delinquents attempt to throw a puppet show, remake the Charles Dicken’s classic A Christmas Carol and execute a holiday-themed challenge of epic proportions.

“The Kenny vs. Spenny Christmas Special is the perfect way to close the chapter on this long-running rivalry,” said Christine Shipton, Senior Vice President, Drama and Factual Content, Shaw Media. “While we are sad to see them go, we’re also excited to support Kenny and Spenny in their new individual endeavors.”

Fans sad to see the duo split have nothing to fear, both Kenny and Spenny return to Showcase this Spring and Summer with solo projects Single White Spenny and Kenny Hotz’s -Triumph of the Will.

“I’m tired of winning, beating Spenny was way too easy. My new show is going to make Kenny vs. Spenny look like Antiques Roadshow. Fasten your safety belts kids…and thank god for Showcase!” said Kenny Hotz. 

“Kenny vs. Spenny was a total nightmare for me both physically and emotionally. The fact that it made people laugh makes it somewhat worthwhile,” said Spencer Rice. “I’m looking forward to my new show and hope that I can get just as many laughs without having to be covered with as many horrendous bodily fluids.”

For exclusive bonus content from the special and additional Kenny vs. Spenny footage, viewers can visit

Celebrity guest judge, Canadian singer/songwriter Ivana Santilli, is an inspiration to Re-Vamped’s heartbroken women on Slice tonight at 10pm ET.

When the ladies pair up for the Torch Song Challenge, each pair is assigned a different style of music, from hip hop to rock and roll, and Ivana Santilli lends her expertise as they draft lyrics to illustrates how they felt about their breakups.

Later, the Canadian songstress acts as guest judge to determine which pair will win a studio recording of their song.

Also on tonight’s episode…

The women battle illness, injury and fatigue as they struggle through trainer, Roland Semprie’s grueling fitness regime. Charlene has her own personal battle to overcome. Monique is feeling the pressure as dance captain. They begin their solo dance routines with burlesque instructor, Kaitlyn Regehr, and get silly in improv.

Tune in to Re-Vamped II tonight at 10pm ET on Slice to find out which of the women will win a studio recording of their song. Encore presentations of this episode will air Saturday, November 20 at 6pm ET and Sunday, November 21 at 8pm ET on Slice.

Showcase is pleased to announce the second season pick up of the channel’s number one series, Lost Girl. The supernatural Canadian drama is set to begin production this spring and will hit the airwaves in Fall 2011.

Since its smashing debut to almost 700,000 (2+) Canadians in September 2010, Lost Girl continues to be  a stellar performer for Showcase, as it continues to attract over 700,000 viewers weekly. The series currently ranks as the number one series on the channel for Adults 25-54, bringing in close to 400,000 viewers (A 25-54) each week. It also currently ranks as the number one scripted series for Adults 25-54 across all specialty channels.

“Lost Girl captivated Showcase viewers right out of the gate with its fiery cast of characters and gripping plot twists,” said Christine Shipton, SVP, Drama and Factual Content, Shaw Media. “We are so proud of this homegrown hit and it’s a thrill to renew it for what is sure to be a spellbinding second season.”

Season one of Lost Girl introduced viewers to Bo (Anna Silk: Being Erica; Billable Hours), a girl who learns she is a succubus, a creature from the world of Fae, who live among humans. Bo refuses to choose an allegiance to either the Dark or Light Fae clans.  Her independence proves problematic for both sides, threatening to topple an age old system. She embarks on a personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin.

Season two will challenge Bo’s resolve to stay free and force her to question her own morals and beliefs. While Bo grows stronger and learns more about who she really is, relationships will be tested, passions will ignite, but answers will not come easily. Throughout it all, Bo will remain true to herself, loyal to those she trusts and continue to forge a path of her own in a dangerous world. Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected; ) will return as Bo’s human confidante Kenzi and Kris Holden-Reid (Ben Hur, The Bridge; The Tudors) as homicide detective Dyson.

Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase.

“The record-breaking ratings and second season renewal are a great reward for a series that takes risks with unconventional storylines and a complex female heroine,” said Jay Firestone, Executive Producer.

Showcase is dedicated to providing top quality Canadian dramatic content. The channel is the home of big, bold original series, including: Haven and Shattered.

What if the bedtime stories we heard as children turned out to be true? For Virginia, the terrifying tale of Little Red Riding Hood is not only true, but a part of her lineage in the exclusive Canadian premiere of RED, airing Saturday, October 30 at 8pm ET/PT and Sunday, October 31 at 7pm ET/PT on Showcase.

RED stars Felicia Day (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) as Virginia “Red” Sullivan, the last descendant of the original Red Riding Hood.  Police Detective Virginia and her family have a long history of hunting werewolves, whose ancestors first stalked the original heroine. Returning home with fiancé and fellow detective Nathan (Kavan Smith; Stargate Atlantis), Virginia is forced to reveal her family’s heritage to him when the centuries-long battle with the werewolves reignites. Virginia, her family and Nathan must face-off with the werewolves in a final showdown to rid the town of the beasts once and for all.

RED also stars Stephen McHattie (Happy Town, 2012) as Gabriel, leader of the werewolf pack, Rosemary Dunsmore (Being Erica, The Orphan) as Red’s grandmother and David Reale (Queer as Folk) and Greg Bryk (Happy Town) as Red’s two brothers.

RED is the first in a series of classic fairy tale adaptions produced by Canwest in partnership with the SyFy Channel. RED is produced by Chesler/Perlmutter Productions in association with Angela Mancuso and Vesvius Production

Canwest and the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television have announced that Glee star Cory Monteith will host the 25th Annual Gemini Awards. Broadcast live on Saturday, November 13 – 8pm on Global and Showcase from Toronto’s historic Winter Garden Theatre, the Awards honour the highest achievements in the television industry. This year marks a significant milestone as the Geminis commemorate their silver anniversary.

“It is such an honour to host the Geminis,” said Cory Monteith. “My mom is so excited! I hope that I can make my fellow Canadians proud!”

“The Gemini Awards are the biggest celebration of Canadian television, and what an ideal complement to have Cory back home to host the Gala broadcast,” said Christine Shipton, SVP, Drama and Factual Content, Canwest Broadcasting. “As the star of one of TV’s biggest shows, we’re confident his enthusiasm will bring a fresh energy that is sure to resonate with audiences nationwide.”

Born in Calgary and raised in Vancouver, Cory Monteith is quickly becoming one of Hollywood’s most sought-after young actors. Playing the affable Finn Hudson on Global’s smash hit, Glee, Monteith has catapulted to stardom since the series debut last year. Monteith’s film credits include Final Destination 3; The Invisible; Deck the Halls; Whisper; and most recently, Monte Carlo, starring Leighton Meester, Selena Gomez and Katie Cassidy, scheduled for release in early 2011.

“We are delighted that Cory will be returning to the Gemini Awards,” said Sara Morton, CEO, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. “Over the years, the awards shows have been hosted by some of Canada’s best-known and most beloved performers, each of whom has brought their own personal charm and charisma to the show. Cory is a terrific addition to a show that is already teeming with talented nominees and presenters.”

In honour of the Geminis’ 25th anniversary, TV lovers across the country have been encouraged to vote for their favourite Canadian series from the last 25 years at Compiled by a group of seasoned television critics, these shows encompass drama, comedy, reality and lifestyle genres. Voting concludes on Friday, October 29 when the results will be tallied. Special guests will present the countdown of Canada’s favourite TV shows throughout the broadcast.

Launched by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television in 1986, the 25th Annual Gemini Awards will bring together Canada’s most gifted performers, craftspeople, producers and decision-makers over several evenings of special events.

Audrey struggles with a shocking revelation in her investigation that the person she is searching for is not her mother, but actually herself. Meanwhile, a new mystery comes to town in the form of an enigmatic criminal with a past in Haven and ties to everyone from Duke, Vince and Dave, to Chief Wuornos and Nathan. Audrey and Nathan must act fast as the riddled mysteries that have been plaguing Haven suddenly grow worse, and they must connect the dots before the investigation falls apart.

Monday, October 11 at 10pm ET/PT

Haven, Syfy’s original series from leading independent producer Entertainment One (eOne), has been renewed for season two.  The 13-episode season will commence production on location in Nova Scotia in Spring 2011 with an eye towards a Summer 2011 premiere.

Haven, starring Emily Rose, is based on The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King.  The series follows FBI agent Audrey Parker (Rose), who takes up residence in the small town of Haven, Maine and soon discovers the town’s many secrets.  A longtime refuge for people with an eclectic range of supernatural abilities, Haven also holds the key to unlocking the mysteries of Audrey’s lost past.  Among the townspeople are local cop Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant) and the mysterious and charming Duke Crocker (Eric Balfour). 

The creative team behind Haven includes showrunner Scott Shepherd (Tru Calling, The Dead Zone) as well as his partners, executive producers Lloyd Segan and Shawn Piller (The Dead Zone, Wildfire, Greek) who are joined by eOne’s John Morayniss (Hung, Rookie Blue) Noreen Halpern (Hung, Rookie Blue) and Laszlo Barna (The Bridge, Call Me Fitz).  The pilot was written by Sam Ernst & Jim Dunn (The Dead Zone) who also serve as executive producers on the series. 

Haven is produced by Entertainment One in association with Piller, Segan and Shepherd and was the first property to be produced for Syfy globally: in the US with Syfy and globally through Universal Networks International (UNI), and Canwest in Canada.  Haven premiered on Syfy in the US on July 9, 2010 and will conclude its first season this Friday, October 8 @ 10pm.  It debuted on Canwest specialty channel Showcase in Canada on July 12, 2010 and has its global first run pay-TV window on UNI (excluding Canada and Scandinavia).  Universal Networks International will continue its global launch of Haven during October, rolling out Season One on Syfy Universal’s 19 global channels throughout the month.

Entertainment One controls the worldwide distribution rights to the one-hour series and concluded a deal with Germany’s Tele München Group (TMG) for the free television rights in Continental Europe.

Since debuting this summer on Syfy, Haven has scored a 1.9 Household rating and 2.6 million total viewers, including over 1.2 million Adults 25-54 and 989,000 Adults 18-49.  These numbers are double the timeslot average from 3Q09 (+100% in HH rating, +111% in P2+).  In addition, Haven held 82% of the viewers from its Eureka lead-in.  (Note: all ratings data reflects final averaged Live + 7 DVR data for episodes that aired through 9/19/2010.) In Canada, Haven ranks as one of the top five series for Showcase in Adults 25-54.*

Following an extensive search that entailed reviewing almost 45,000 applications, embarking on a three-city audition tour, countless follow-up phone and video interviews plus untold sleepless nights for the producers, TVtropolis and Lone Eagle Entertainment Ltd. today announced the contestants selected to compete on Wipeout Canada.

In all, 260 hopefuls will tackle the famed obstacle course for a shot at $50,000. Originating from every corner of the country — from the smallest hamlet in the Maritimes to one-horse Prairie towns — the competitors reflect a colourful cross-section of Canadian culture — from a lobster fisherman, to a dairy farm herd manager, to a House of Commons messenger!

“Working with our producing partners Lone Eagle Entertainment Ltd., we have selected some of the most colourful individuals ever seen on television,” said Karen Gelbart, SVP, Content, Lifestyle Channels, Canwest Broadcasting. “We look forward to introducing all of them to viewers this spring.”

“There were so many incredible applications, it was a challenge to choose only 260,” said Michael Geddes, Executive Producer, Lone Eagle Entertainment. “Ultimately, we were looking for a variety of contestants who were enthusiastic about the show, daring, energetic and proudly Canadian.” 

Between June 2 and July 1, almost one in every 750 Canadians answered the highly buzzed-about Wipeout Canada questionnaire. With questions ranging from the silly to the serious, applicants submitted their photos and video links while sharing their stories of adventure and inspiration for an opportunity to win $50,000 and compete on the world’s largest obstacle course. 

Production of the 13 one-hour episodes of Wipeout Canada, hosted by quick-witted Canadians, Jonathan Torrens and Ennis Esmer and co-hosted by Jessica Phillips, begins on October 9 and runs through to November 3 on the iconic set in Argentina. The production promises to provide the most spectacular and often painfully hilarious spills, face plants and, of course, wipeouts. The 260 contestants will participate in Wipeout Canada, giving 20 contestants in each episode the chance to conquer the course, ultimately leading to the winner — who will earn the episode’s $50,000 grand prize.

For exclusive news, interviews, contests and behind-the-scenes footage and photos, fans are encouraged to join the official Wipeout Canada Facebook fan page at 


Contestant list by province: 



Austin Fannin, Toronto, Ontario

Nicholas Christopher, St. Catharines, Ontario

Ryan Duchak, Toronto, Ontario

Chris Rhora, Scarborough, Ontario

Brooke DeBacker, Leamington, Ontario

Danyella Perciballi, Mississauga, Ontario

Danielle Schon, Toronto, Ontario

Brandi Lee Neil, Orangeville, Ontario

Carole Alexander, Haliburton, Ontario

Halley Van Muyen, Ottawa, Ontario

Gregory Thinet, Toronto, Ontario

William Andrew Blair, Mississauga, Ontario

Joshua Jones, Cambridge, Ontario

Stephen Snijders, St. Catharines, Ontario

Tessa Bonhomme, Toronto, Ontario

Nadia Vandal, Toronto, Ontario

Jackie Marie Greig, Fergus, Ontario

Sandra Lemieux, Cambridge, Ontario

Kevin Levesque, Toronto, Ontario

Ron Langton, Ottawa, Ontario

Eric Lyons, Guelph, Ontario

Crystal Grierson, Ottawa, Ontario

Kristi Rudmik, Toronto, Ontario

Joel Sutherland, Courtice, Ontario

Bimal Lakhani, Mississauga, Ontario

Lyndsey Lewis, Toronto, Ontario

Philip Demers, Niagara Falls, Ontario

Glen MacCharles, Hamilton, Ontario

Nicky Sapera, Pembroke, Ontario

Sandra Yang, Toronto, Ontario

Ashley Werner, Simcoe, Ontario

Evan Cundal, Pembrooke, Ontario

Ken Downton, Embrun, Ontario

Tania Doyle, Woodbridge, Ontario

Lisa Belanger, Port Perry, Ontario

Donna MacLean, Toronto, Ontario

Sanica Robinson, Mississauga, Ontario

Crystal Malachowsky, Virgil, Ontario

Johnathan Bald, Beamsville, Ontario

Ashley Chappelle, Brampton, Ontario

Effie Voulgaris, Oakville, Ontario

Kara Darnley, Wasaga Beach, Ontario

Mawan “Marz” El Nashar, Toronto, Ontario

Caroline Dalpe, Rockland, Ontario

Marko Manieri, Welland, Ontario

Mike Conley, Brooklin, Ontario

Tony Knight, Toronto, Ontario

Dave Shugar, Ottawa, Ontario

Andrea Black, Toronto, Ontario

Brody Berry, Toronto, Ontario

Heather Morrison, Toronto, Ontario

Erik Rasmussen, Ancaster, Ontario

John Rasmussen, Ancaster, Ontario

Adrian Griffith, Brampton, Ontario

Sarah Griffith, Brampton, Ontario

Pamela Lynn Greenlee, London, Ontario

Tim Riehl, London, Ontario

Jeannie Tam, Waterloo, Ontario

Lee Upshall, Waterloo, Ontario

Kelly Bradley, Essex, Ontario

Lori Shepley Bradley, Essex, Ontario

Mariah Stephen, Toronto, Ontario

Jazmine Jade Stephen, Toronto, Ontario

Nathan Williams, Toronto, Ontario

Gordon Wolfe, Toronto, Ontario

Timothy Westaway, Sarnia, Ontario

Jessica-Casey Wiseman, Toronto, Ontario

Shannon Fielding, Trenton, Ontario

Brenda Levesque, Niagara Falls, Ontario

Brian Guy, North Bay, Ontario

Kent Allen, Ottawa, Ontario

Aronhiaies Herne, Akwesasne, Ontario

Todd M. Garnett, Keswick, Ontario

Judy Baldwin, Toronto, Ontario

Sheena Hunt, Toronto, Ontario

Karen M. Burnett, Gowanstown, Ontario

Matthew Merrett, Amherstburg, Ontario

Allen Ford, Pembroke, Ontario

Leo Lopes, Toronto, Ontario

Warren Lindsay, Toronto, Ontario

Gary Brown, Burlington, Ontario

Stephanie Le Tourneau, Palmerston, Ontario

Abigail Santos, Dundas, Ontario

Joanne Mittelholtz, Kitchener, Ontario




Frank Letkeman, Abbotsford, British Columbia

Bernadette Lagrito, Burnaby, British Columbia

Shannon Elmer, New Westminister, British Columbia

Christine Roy, Vancouver, British Columbia

Kim Savory, New Westminister, British Columbia

Danielle Brisson, Chilliwack, British Columbia

Andrea Maikawa, Burnaby, British Columbia

Veronika Glesc, Coquitlam, British Columbia

Scott Frandsen, Vancouver, British Columbia

Kelly Lochbaum, Abbotsford, British Columbia

Dominic Seiterle, Victoria, British Columbia

Dom Domic, Vancouver, British Columbia

Ben Knechtel, Vancouver, British Columbia

Jacqueline McCuaig, White Rock, British Columbia

Natalie Harrison, Langley, British Columbia

Desirea Kolthof, Vancouver, British Columbia

Ron Wear, Richmond, British Columbia

Reid Eric MacLeod Gustavson, West Vancouver, British Columbia

Boloy Lokombo, Surrey, British Columbia

Sara Faye Agnew, Gibsons, British Columbia

Michelle Zeilstra, Rosedale, British Columbia

Sandra Classon, Chilliwack, British Columbia

Wendy Swain, Vancouver, British Columbia

Reggie Gill, Vancouver, British Columbia

Joanne Bentley, Duncan, British Columbia

Shannon Boudreau, Vancouver, British Columbia

Towyn Watt, Victoria, British Columbia

Josh Knepper, Vancouver, British Columbia

Dennis Thomas, North Vancouver, British Columbia

Stephanie Florian, North Vancouver, British Columbia

Sara Doiron, Delta, British Columbia

Todd Mann, Burnaby, British Columbia

Brad Mann, Burnaby, British Columbia

Ernie Plett. Chilliwack, British Columbia

Carly Plett, Vancouver, British Columbia

Paul Eugene Pearson, Victoria, British Columbia

Shane Anderson, Abbotsford, British Columbia

Frank Chan, Abbotsford, British Columbia

Mackenzie Buchanan, Richmond, British Columbia

Eric Yue, Victoria, British Columbia

Clayton Scott, Chilliwack, British Columbia

Gwen Wright, Parksville, British Columbia

Anthony Rimer, Vancouver, British Columbia

Chris Nicholson, Port Moody, British Columbia

Victor Bos, Nanaimo, British Columbia

Alanna Baker, Vancouver, British Columbia

Jeff Lynch, Vancouver, British Columbia




Geneva Clark, Okotoks, Alberta

Jennifer Peter, Edmonton, Alberta

Jacalyn Fenske, Calgary, Alberta

David Way, Calgary, Alberta

Seth Mohr, Devon, Alberta

Whitney Wright, Airdrie, Alberta

Michelle Kelly, Calgary, Alberta

Cam Connor, Edmonton, Alberta

Ivan Babikov, Canmore, Alberta

Oral O’Gilvie, Calgary, Alberta

Ian Cockerline, Calgary, Alberta

Robin Clegg, Edmonton, Alberta

Devon Mezei, Botha, Alberta

Max Latte, Edmonton, Alberta

Nathan Collins, Calgary, Alberta

Suraj Kumar, St. Albert, Alberta

Rex Carter, Edmonton, Alberta

Tawna-Jeanne Marchand, Medicine Hat, Alberta

Amber Pauls, Calgary, Alberta

Chelsea Tail Feather, Standoff, Alberta

Taryn Maria Johnston, Edmonton, Alberta

Matthew Hage, Edmonton, Alberta

Tony Norman, Calgary, Alberta

Brett Bacon, Calgary, Alberta

Kevin Chernenkoff, Calgary, Alberta

Richard Byfield, Calgary, Alberta

Ryan Irvine, Dewinton, Alberta

Dawn Skelton, Crossfield, Alberta

Suzanne Scott, Calgary, Alberta

Hung Pham, Airdrie, Alberta

Steven Fisher, Sherwood Park, Alberta

Andrew Pearson, Jasper, Alberta

Robert Vargo, Calgary, Alberta

Brady Roberts, Calgary, Alberta

Josh Ostafichuk, Edmonton, Alberta

Slawomir Richard Czyz, Calgary, Alberta

Joanne Solverson, Camrose, Alberta

Stephanie Law, Calgary, Alberta

Brent Byers, Camrose, Alberta

Chad Kellgren, Alder Flats, Alberta

Lindsay Taylor, Edmonton, Alberta

Andrea Martina Muhlback, Stettler, Alberta

Nicole Celest Bethge, Edson, Alberta

Kali Bonogofski, Grande Prairie, Alberta

Lindsay Crowe, Edmonton, Alberta

Vicki Garford, Jasper, Alberta

Jonathan Ruiz, Calgary, Alberta

Laurel Ruiz, Calgary, Alberta

Kevin Taylor, Calgary, Alberta

Luke Bowie, Ponoka, Alberta

Sheena Hales, Calgary, Alberta

Mary Khayvongsone, Calgary, Alberta

Joann Matvichuk, Lethbridge, Alberta

Michael Owen Walsh Lacey, Black Diamond, Alberta

Creg Taylor, Calgary, Alberta

Thi Vo, Calgary, Alberta

Sherry Reinhart, Edmonton, Alberta

Mari Strauss. Calgary, Alberta

Tracey Thomas, Calgary, Alberta

Brandolynn Bentley, Calgary, Alberta

Julie Menchini, Calgary, Alberta




Jonathan Huisman, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Taeed Quddusi, Winnnipeg, Manitoba

Joanne Rodriguez, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Martin Alvaro, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Heather Westmacott, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Annalynn Czarnecki, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Cat Ross, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Troy Westwood, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Richelene Bautista, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Jennifer Dawn Norris, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Holly Cote, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Corey Akisanya, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Adrianna Szarek, Winnipeg, Manitoba




Connie Lee, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories




Jennifer Ann Perrin, Whitehorse, Yukon

Brandyn Thomas, Whitehorse, Yukon

Daniel Vigneau, Whitehorse, Yukon




Jacinda Chow, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Chris Schmidt-Watt, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Darcie Trombley, Buena Vista, Saskatchewan

Sierra Wagner, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Kris Kluz, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Dylan Bryngelson, Saskatook, Saskatchewan

Charmaine Tweet, Qu’appelle, Saskatchewan

Kevin Mathison, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Matthew Hartery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Stephen Yee, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Jasmine A Niewiadomski, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Alison Giesinger, Regina, Saskatchewan




Lynn Maughan, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Lara Kirkpatrick, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Tanya Carter, River Bourgeois, Nova Scotia

Kim Grant, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Jessica Ratchelous, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Ken Sullivan, Darthmouth, Nova Scotia

Jennifer Thompson, Truro, Nova Scotia

Brittany Paige McLean, Syndey, Nova Scotia

Angel Simon, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Neil Harris, Truro, Nova Scotia

Chuck Skrok, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Andrew Glen Morris, Hammmonds, Nova Scotia

Joseph Triff, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Marcel Scott, Barrington, Nova Scotia

Patrick Reilly, Fall River, Nova Scotia

Cody Good, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia




Alanna Danielle Waberski, Saint John, New Brunswick

Terri Jonah, Weldon, New Brunswick

Nathan Boudreau, New Maryland, New Brunswick

Steven Smith, Saint John, New Brunswick

Martin Daggett, Grand Manan, New Brunswick

Sarah McLean, Bedell, New Brunswick

Dr. Cindy A McCormick, Saint John, New Brunswick

Cory J. Bell, East St. Paul, New Brunswick

Shawnee Main, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Tony Leo MacDonald, Moncton, New Brunswick




Kelli McLarty, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut

Sizula Pitsiulak, Kimmirut, Nunavut




Nadine Matthews, St. John’s, Newfoundland

Matthew Brake, St. John’s, Newfoundland

Trent Taylor, Torbay, Newfoundland

Vanessa Simon, Labrador City, Newfoundland

Roman Colin Peddle, Gooseberry Cove, Newfoundland




Ryan MacDonald, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Blake Parkin, Cornwall, Prince Edward Island

Elly Cash, Newton, Prince Edward Island

Jessica Rochford, Alberton, Prince Edward Island

Kathy McCardle, Kinkora, Prince Edward Island