The Amazing Race Canada

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The Amazing Race Canada
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Genre Reality competition
Created by Elise Doganieri
Bertram van Munster
Creative director(s)Shannon McGinn
Presented by Jon Montgomery
Theme music composerJohn M. Keane
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes68 (and 6 reunion specials)
Production
Executive producer(s)John Brunton
Barbara Bowlby
Running time60 minutes
Production company(s)Insight Productions
Bell Media
Release
Original network CTV
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Original releaseJuly 15, 2013 
present
Chronology
Related shows International versions
External links
Website

The Amazing Race Canada (Canadian French: The Amazing Race Canada: Une Course Contre la Montre [1] ) is a reality television competition series that features teams in a grueling race across Canada and the world. The Race is divided into a series of legs; on each leg teams strive to reach the Pit Stop where they are greeted by the host, Jon Montgomery. During each leg teams receive destination clues and challenges to complete in order to move onto the next task. The first team to cross the finish line wins a combined total of $500,000 in both cash and prizes. This prize is the largest grand prize ever awarded for a Canadian competition series. Commissioned by CTV, The Amazing Race Canada is produced by Insight Productions in association with Bell Media and with the support of Profiles Television.

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Contents

On the airdate of the first season finale it was announced that CTV Bell Media had ordered another season of The Amazing Race Canada. [2] Casting began in fall 2013 and the second season aired in summer 2014. New to the eligibility requirements for season 2 were clauses that applicants must possess a valid Canadian passport, and be able to travel not only within Canada but around the world; this meant that, unlike the first season, the race travelled to destinations outside of Canada, closer to its American counterpart. [3]

Canadian passport passport

The Canadian passport is the passport issued to citizens of Canada. It enables the bearer to exit and re-enter Canada freely; travel to and from other countries in accordance with visa requirements; facilitates the process of securing assistance from Canadian consular officials abroad, if necessary; and requests protection for the bearer while abroad.

The Race

The Amazing Race Canada is a reality television competition between at least nine teams of two. The race is divided into a number of legs wherein teams travel and complete various tasks to obtain clues to help them progress to a Pit Stop, where they are given a chance to rest and recover before starting the next leg twelve hours later. The first team to arrive at a Pit Stop is often awarded a prize while the last team is normally eliminated from the race (except in non-elimination legs). The final leg of each race is run by the last three remaining teams, and the first to arrive at the final destination wins CA$250,000, two vehicles of any Chevrolet model cars and unlimited air travel for a year with Air Canada.

Air Canada is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. The airline, founded in 1937, provides scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo to 207 destinations worldwide. It is a founding member of the Star Alliance. Air Canada's corporate headquarters are in Montreal, Quebec, while its largest hub is at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The airline's regional service is Air Canada Express.

In the second season, Petro-Canada and Scotiabank were added as sponsors, with the team winning a lifetime supply of gasoline from Petro-Canada. In the third season, the Bank of Montreal (BMO) replaced Scotiabank as the financial sponsor. In the fourth season, Hotels.com replaced Air Canada as the trip sponsor.

Petro-Canada company

Petro-Canada is a retail and wholesale marketing brand of Suncor Energy. Until 1990, it was a crown corporation of Canada, headquartered at the Petro-Canada Centre in Calgary, Alberta. In August 2009, Petro-Canada merged with Suncor Energy, with Suncor shareholders receiving approximately 60 percent ownership of the combined company and Petro-Canada shareholders receiving approximately 40 percent. The company retained the Suncor Energy name for the merged corporation and its upstream operations. It continues to use the Petro-Canada brand nationwide, except in Newfoundland and Labrador, for downstream retail operations.

The Bank of Nova Scotia, operating as Scotiabank, is a Canadian multinational bank. It is the third largest bank in Canada by deposits and market capitalization. It serves more than 25 million customers around the world and offers a range of products and services including personal and commercial banking, wealth management, corporate and investment banking. With a team of more than 88,000 employees and assets of $998 billion, Scotiabank trades on the Toronto and New York Exchanges.

Bank of Montreal Canadian bank

The Bank of Montreal, (French: Banque de Montréal) doing business as BMO Financial Group, is a Canadian multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. One of the Big Five banks in Canada, it is the fourth-largest bank in Canada by market capitalization and assets, as well as one of the ten largest banks in North America. It is commonly known by its acronym BMO, which is also its stock symbol on both the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange.

Teams

Each team is composed of two individuals who have some type of relationship to each other. A total of 62 teams, or 124 contestants, have participated in The Amazing Race Canada.

Route Markers

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Route Markers are yellow and red flags that mark the places where teams must go. Most Route Markers are attached to the boxes that contain clue envelopes, but some may mark places where teams must go in order to complete tasks, or may be used to line a course that the teams must follow.

Clues

Clues are found throughout the race in sealed envelopes, normally inside clue boxes. They give teams the information they need and tasks they need to do in order for them to progress through the race.

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The 150th anniversary of Canada, also known as the 150th anniversary of Confederation and promoted by the Canadian government as Canada 150, occurred in 2017 as Canada marked the sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation.

Obstacles

Teams may encounter the following that may affect their position during the race:

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Legs

At the beginning of each leg, teams receive an allowance of cash, usually in Canadian dollars, to cover expenses during the race (except for the purchase of airline tickets, which are paid-for by credit cards provided to the teams).

Teams then have to follow clues and Route Markers that will lead them to the various destinations and tasks they will face. Modes of travel between these destinations include commercial and chartered airplanes (which for the first three seasons were generally provided by sponsor Air Canada), boats, trains, taxis, buses, and rented vehicles provided by the show, or the teams may simply travel by foot. Each leg ends with a twelve-hour Pit Stop where teams are able to rest and where teams that arrives last are progressively eliminated from the race until only three teams remain. Most legs comprise three or more challenges, often a Roadblock, Detour and a Route Info Task. The first teams to arrive at the Pit Stop win prizes, usually from the show's sponsors.

In seasons 3 and 4, the Express Pass was given out in an optional task in Leg 2 right before the Detour, allowing any team to possibly win it rather than it being a definite award for a first-place finish on the leg. In Season 3, Hamilton & Michaelia won this pass, one for themselves and gave the second one to Brent & Sean; Hamilton & Michaelia immediately used their Express Pass to bypass the Detour in Leg 2. Brent & Sean used their Express Pass to bypass a task in Leg 7. In Season 4, Steph & Kristen won this pass, one for themselves and gave the second one to Frankie & Amy; Steph & Kristen ultimately did not use theirs. Frankie & Amy used their Express Pass to bypass the Roadblock in Leg 6.
In Season 5, three separate Express Passes were available to be found in Leg 2 during the Roadblock, allowing any three teams to possibly win one; or a team could win more than one Express Pass, but they must give the other(s) away by the end of the third leg. Kenneth & Ryan found all three passes, they gave one to Karen & Bert as a reward for help in a task later in Leg 2, and gave the other to Megan & Courtney early in Leg 3. Kenneth & Ryan used their Express Pass to bypass the Detour in Leg 3; Karen & Bert used their Express Pass to bypass a task in Leg 3; Megan & Courtney ultimately did not use theirs.
In Season 6 (Heroes Edition), three separate Express Passes were available to be found during a task in Leg 2, allowing any three teams to possibly win one. Nancy & Melissa, Todd & Anna, and Leanne & Mar each won one. Todd & Anna and Leanne & Mar used their Express Passes to bypass the same task in Leg 3; Nancy & Melissa used their Express Pass to bypass a later task in Leg 3.

Non-elimination legs

Each race has a number of predetermined non-elimination legs, in which the last team to arrive at the Pit Stop is not eliminated and is allowed to continue on the race. The non-eliminated team is required to do a Speed Bump sometime during the next leg.

  • Speed Bump: A task that only the team saved from elimination on the previous leg must complete before continuing on.

Rules and penalties

Most of the rules and penalties are adopted from the American edition.

Seasons

The show first aired in 2013 with the first season premiere airing on July 15, 2013 and ending on September 16, 2013.

SeasonPremiereFinaleWinnersTeamsComments
1 July 15, 2013September 16, 2013Tim Hague, Sr. & Tim Hague, Jr.9Only travelled across Canada.
2 July 8, 2014September 21, 2014Mickey Henry & Pete Schmalz11First season to feature international travel.
3 July 8, 2015September 23, 2015Gino Montani & Jesse Montani12Introduced the Face Off.
4 June 28, 2016September 13, 2016Steph LeClair & Kristen McKenzie10None
5 July 4, 2017September 12, 2017Sam Lambert & Paul Mitskopoulos Canada 150-themed challenges.
6 July 3, 2018September 11, 2018Courtney Berglind & Adam KovacsHeroes Edition: Featured teams of "heroes", including those nominated by viewers. [4]
7 TBATBATBDTBDSecond Chance Edition: Featuring teams who have overcome challenges and reinvented themselves – including one returning team from a previous season, as voted into the Race by Canadians. [5]

Places visited

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Provinces and territories visited in The Amazing Race Canada as of Season 6.
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Countries visited in The Amazing Race Canada as of Season 6.

As of the sixth season, The Amazing Race Canada has visited all of Canada's provinces and territories, in addition to eleven foreign countries in Asia, Europe, South America and North America. 1

The following are the number of times places (including Canadian provinces and territories) are featured in The Amazing Race Canada.

Canada

Province

RankProvinceSeasons VisitedPit Stops
1Flag of Alberta.svg  Alberta 6 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)6 2
Flag of British Columbia.svg  British Columbia 6 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)11 2
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario 6 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)9 3
4Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec 5 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)6 3
5Flag of New Brunswick.svg  New Brunswick 3 (2, 4, 6)3
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg  Nova Scotia 3 (1, 3, 4)3
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan 3 (1, 3, 5)3
8Flag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba 2 (2, 6)2
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg  Newfoundland and Labrador 2 (1, 5)2
Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg  Prince Edward Island 2 (2, 6)2

Territory

RankTerritorySeasons VisitedPit Stops
1Flag of Yukon.svg  Yukon 3 (1, 2, 6)3
2Flag of the Northwest Territories.svg  Northwest Territories 2 (1, 4)0
3Flag of Nunavut.svg  Nunavut 1 (1)1

International

RankCountryContinentSeasons VisitedPit Stops
1Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China Asia2 (2, 5)3 4
2Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina South America1 (3)1
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile South America1 (3)1
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba North America1 (4)1
Flag of France.svg  France Europe1 (2)2
Flag of India.svg  India Asia1 (3)2
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia Asia1 (6)1
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico North America1 (6)1
Flag of Panama.svg  Panama North America1 (5)1
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand Asia1 (5)1
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam Asia1 (4)2
Notes
  1. ^ This count only includes provinces that fielded actual route markers, tasks/challenges or pit stop/finish mats. Transport stopovers and connecting flights are not counted or listed.
  2. ^ Includes one finish line
  3. ^ Includes 2 finish lines
  4. ^ Including the Special Administrative Regions of Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong (2) and Flag of Macau.svg  Macau (2).

Reception

Ratings

SeasonTimeslot (ET)EpisodesPremieredEndedRankViewers
(in millions)
DatePremiere
Viewers
(in millions)
DateFinale
Viewers
(in millions)
1
Monday 9:00 PM
10
July 15, 2013
2.986 [6]
September 16, 2013
3.056 [7] #12.851 [8]
2
Tuesday 9:00 PM
12
July 8, 2014
2.764 [9]
September 21, 2014
3.026 [10] #12.751 [11]
3
Wednesday 9:00 PM
July 8, 2015
2.596 [12]
September 23, 2015
2.601 [13] #12.541 [14]
4
Tuesday 8:00 PM
June 28, 2016
2.053 [15]
September 13, 2016
2.144 [16] #1[ citation needed ]UND
5 11
July 4, 2017
1.888 [17]
September 12, 2017
1.961 [18] #1[ citation needed ]UND
6
July 3, 2018
1.771 [19]
September 11, 2018
1.989 [20] TBDTBD

Awards and nominations

Canadian Screen Awards

YearCategoryNomineeResultReference
2014 Best Cross-Platform Project, Non-Fiction - The Amazing Race Canada InteractiveChris Skinner, CJ Hervey, James Milward, Pietro Gagliano, Ryan AndalWon [21]
Best Photography in a Lifestyle or Reality/Competition Program or SeriesPeter Rieveschl, Ryan ShawWon
Best Writing in a Lifestyle or Reality/Competition Program or SeriesMark Lysakowski, Rob BrunnerWon
2015 Best Direction in a Reality/Competition Program or SeriesRob BrunnerWon
Best Picture Editing in a Reality/Competition Program or SeriesJonathan Dowler, Al Manson, Kyle Martin, Seth Poulin, Michael TersigniWon
Best Reality/Competition Program or SeriesEric Abboud, Mike Bickerton, Barbara Bowlby, John Brunton, Mark LysakowskiWon
Best Writing in a Lifestyle or Reality/Competition Program or SeriesRob Brunner, Mark LysakowskiWon
Golden Screen Award for TV Reality ShowWon
2016 Best Host in a Variety, Lifestyle, Reality/Competition, or Talk Program or Series Jon Montgomery Won
Best Direction in a Reality/Competition Program or SeriesRob BrunnerWon
Best Photography in a Lifestyle or Reality/Competition Program or SeriesRyan ShawWon
Best Picture Editing in a Reality/Competition Program or SeriesJonathan Dowler, Ben O'Neil, Burak Ozgan, Seth Poulin, Michael TersigniWon
Best Reality/Competition Program or SeriesDaniela Battistella, Mike Bickerton, Robyn Bigue, Barbara Bowlby, John Brunton, Ann Camilleri, Guy Clarkson, Sarah James, Mark Lysakowski, Kyle Martin, Catherine PetersenWon
2017 Best Reality/Competition Program or SeriesJohn Brunton, Barbara Bowlby, Mark Lysakowski, Mike Bickerton, Sarah James, Kyle Martin, Robyn Bigue, Guy Clarkson, Ann Camilleri, Steff Millman, Catherine PetersenWon [22]
Best Direction in a Reality/Competition Program or SeriesRob BrunnerWon
Best Photography in a Lifestyle or Reality/Competition Program or SeriesRyan ShawWon
Best Picture Editing in a Reality/Competition Program or SeriesMike Tersigni, Al Manson, Jonathan Dowler, Dave McMahon, Ryan Monteith, Cynthia FlengerisNominated
Mike Tersigni, Ben O’Neil, Burak Ozgan, Jonathan Dowler, Allan HughesWon
Best Sound in a Non-Fiction Program or SeriesMark KrupkaNominated
Best Writing in a Lifestyle or Reality/Competition Program or SeriesMark Lysakowski, Rob Brunner, Jennifer PrattWon

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