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2015-05-05 12:25:49

### Casting is Now Open For Season 3 ### - Gourmet gurus Michael Bonacini, Alvin Leung, and Claudio Aprile return as judges -- Home cooks can apply now at

2015-05-04 00:20:09

- The remaining Top 5 home cooks compete in an emotional Mystery Box Challenge in the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA on Sunday, May 10 at 7 p.m. (8 p.m.

2015-04-27 00:23:59

- The home cooks face their most difficult team challenge, the Restaurant Takeover, when they cook at Oliver & Bonacini's Canoe restaurant in the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA on Sunday,

2015-04-20 00:21:00

- The Top 7 face a cook-along Mystery Box with judge Claudio Aprile in the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA on Sunday, April 26 at 7 p.m. (8 p.m.

2015-04-13 00:20:11

- Three eliminated home cooks attempt to cook their way back into the kitchen in the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA on Sunday, April 19 at 7 p.m. (8 p.m.

2015-04-06 00:20:13

- MASTERCHEF's Graham Elliot surprises the remaining Top 8 home cooks with a special Mystery Box Challenge in the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA on Sunday, April 12 at 7 p.m. (8 p.m.

2015-03-30 00:22:19

- The remaining Top 10 home cooks cater a French-inspired Harbour Cruise wedding in the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA on Sunday, April 5 at 7 p.m. (8 p.m.

2015-03-02 00:21:22

- Season 1 winner Eric Chong returns to the MASTERCHEF CANADA kitchen in the next new episode on Sunday, March 8 at 7 p.m. (8 p.m.

2015-02-09 00:20:47

- The Top 16 includes a recording artist, former pro football player, Canadian military veteran, concrete contractor, and a special-needs teacher -- One home cook will win a $100,000 cash prize

2015-01-12 12:24:14

- Home cook finalists include a retired pro-football player, rural veterinarian, recording artist, bus driver, and Canadian military veteran - - Finalists compete to make it into the Top 16 for


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