Canada's Handyman Challenge


Canada’s Handyman Challenge pits competitors against each other in a series of challenges meant to test their speed, expertise and precision.

Contestants must complete tasks such as tiling a section of flooring, repairing a roof, or identifying a tool. Judges also evaluate their knowledge in question segments to test their knowledge of building codes, materials, and common measurements.

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Below is the full list of seasons and episodes related to “Canada’s Handyman Challenge


Season 1

  • S01E01: Vancouver
  • S01E02: Halifax
  • S01E03: Toronto
  • S01E04: Hamilton Round 1
  • S01E05: Hamilton Round 2
  • S01E06: Hamilton Round 3
  • S01E07: Hamilton Finale

Season 3

  • S03E01: Calgary
  • S03E02: Winnipeg
  • S03E03: Toronto
  • S03E04: Halifax
  • S03E05: Sweet Sixteen
  • S03E06: Top Twelve
  • S03E07: Top Ten
  • S03E08: Top Eight
  • S03E09: Top Six
  • S03E10: Final Four

Season 2

  • S02E01: Halifax
  • S02E02: Vancouver
  • S02E03: Toronto
  • S02E04: Top Fifteen Finalists
  • S02E05: Top Twelve
  • S02E06: Top Ten
  • S02E07: Top Eight
  • S02E08: Top Six
  • S02E09: Top Four

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