Episodes

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Calgary

In this first episode of the new season Canada’s Handyman Challenge, Host Jenn Roberston and Judges Scott McGillivray, Paul Lafrance and Bryan Baeumler travel to Calgary where they meet savvy contestants “pitching” their pre-made...

Winnipeg

In this episode, Host Jenn and Judges, Scott, Paul and Bryan travel to Winnipeg where they meet an exuberant group of contestants who “pitch” their pre-made plywood projects. The Judges select the ten best. The top ten's first...

Toronto

In this episode, Host Jenn and Judges, Scott, Paul and Bryan travel to Toronto where they are greeted by a huge crowd of handy contestants who “pitch” their pre-made plywood projects. The Judges select the ten best projects. Their first...

Halifax

In this episode, Host Jenn and Judges, Scott, Paul and Bryan travel to Halifax. After choosing a top ten amongst the original plywood projects, up first for the Top Ten is a mini put challenge with pvc pipe. They have two hours to complete it and...

Sweet Sixteen

The top sixteen finalists are divided into four teams of four (representing each audition city) and challenged to build a unique patio space. They have two hours to complete the challenge and two people are going home. The second challenge will...

Top Twelve

The top twelve remaining handymen have two hours to create a mural with certain tools and with precise measurements before someone is eliminated, causing controversy and tension amongst the contestants. The remaining competitors have two hours to...

Top Ten

The first challenge for the top ten competitors is building stairs, which brings our judges to a deadlock that can only be solved by a one-against-one "window pane" challenge to declare a winner. The second challenge will have the...

Top Eight

In a challenge to make each competitor sweat, the top eight contestants must face a private, one-on-one challenge with each judge, and the person with the worst score is sent home. The remaining competitors are given two hours to build a rickshaw,...

Top Six

As the competition heats up, the top six must face a challenge to build living room furniture using completely unconventional materials. The best project not only wins the admiration of the judges, but also a $2,500 prize. In the second challenge,...

Final Four

In the finale episode, the final four contestants face one of the biggest challenges ever on Canada’s Handyman Challenge: building a pallet house.  Canada’s Most Trusted Contractor Mike Holmes (Holmes Makes It Right) adds his...

Halifax

In this first episode of the second season of Canada’s Handyman Challenge, Host Jenn Roberston and Judges Scott McGillivray, Paul Lafrance and Bryan Baeumler travel to Halifax where they meet savvy contestants with pre-made plywood projects....

Vancouver

In this episode, Host Jenn Roberston and Judges Scott McGillivray, Paul Lafrance and Bryan Baeumler travel to Vancouver where they meet an exuberant group of contestants and their pre-made plywood projects. The Judges select the ten best who then...

Toronto

In this episode, Host Jenn Roberston and Judges Scott McGillivray, Paul Lafrance and Bryan Baeumler travel to Toronto where they are greeted by a huge crowd of handy contestants with pre-made plywood projects. The judges select the ten best...

Top Fifteen Finalists

In this episode, the top fifteen handyman hopefuls travel to Toronto and are divided into teams for a wallpaper challenge. After two hours, two contestants are sent home. The second challenge will have the contestants prepare and hang a mirror to...

Top Twelve

In this episode, the twelve remaining handymen have to shingle, side and install an eaves system on a corner of a typical house. They will have two hours to complete the task and the contestant with the worst job will be sent home. The second...

Top Ten

In this episode, the final ten contestants have to face a private challenge with each judge, and the contestant with the worst score will be going home. In the second challenge, the contestants design and tile a bistro table-top in the signature...

Top Eight

In this episode, the top eight contestants are divided up into pairs to design and build a patio swing, with two hours to complete the challenge. The losing team has to “face off “ against each other by installing baseboard and quarter...

Top Six

Amping up the challenges, the contestants need to properly install a recessed pot light with a three-way switch in only two hours before one person is sent home. Then the contestants need to build the longest and strongest plank in just one hour. The...

Top Four Finalists

The top four contestants must design and build a unique outdoor living space with the help of two highly skilled carpentry assistants. The handyman who best represents knowledge, skill, creativity and passion will be ceremoniously awarded the title...

Vancouver

The all new Canada’s Handyman Challenge kicks off with our host Jillian Harris and judges Mike Holmes, Scott McGillivray and Bryan Baeumler traveling to Vancouver to pick the 4 best handymen to represent the West in the National Handyman...

Halifax

Judges Mike Holmes, Scott McGillivray and Bryan Bauemler pick the 10 best handymen from Halifax to compete in challenge one. This time contestants build a chair in two hours and in the second round they’re given just 20 minutes to install...

Toronto

The judges went West, then East and now they’ve landed in Toronto to pick the best 10 handymen who will compete to represent Central Canada. For their first challenge, candidates must choose objects from a junk pile and build something fresh...

Hamilton: Round 1

Things heat up as our 12 finalists from West, East and Central Canada travel to the National Handyman Finals for their biggest test yet – a face-to-face challenge with each of our judges. Who can name all the tools? Who will identify all the...

Hamilton: Round 2

This challenge calls for a little team spirit as our eight National Finalists pair-up to build bunk beds. But the real test comes when the losing team gets a surprise “face off” challenge –  wall-painting – against...

Hamilton: Round 3

What do you get when you give the final six handymen two hours and way too many tasks? A really good sense of who can achieve quality and quantity in a short time frame.  Five make it to the next round to build a functioning...

Hamilton: Finale

This is the final 2-day showdown for the esteemed title of Canada’s Best Handyman! For their final challenge, the contestants must build the ultimate outdoor living space. The handyman who exhibits knowledge, skill, creativity, and...

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