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Venues for Big Brother Canada auditions announced

From a media release:

From the East Coast to the West Coast and everywhere in between, Global’s Big Brother Canada is ready to find the next outrageous group of houseguests with venues confirmed for its national casting tour. Canadians 19 years of age and older can either apply online at BigBrotherCanada.ca now through October 26, or in person from 10am to 2pm at the following locations:

Saturday, September 19
Vancouver, BC – The Bourbon, 50 W Cordova St.
Montréal, QC – BLVD44, 2108 Boul. St-Laurent

Saturday, September 26
Calgary, AB – Ranchman’s, 9615 Macleod Trail SE
Edmonton, AB – Knoxville’s, 10736 Jasper Ave NW
Halifax, NS – MicMac Mall, 21 Micmac Blvd

Saturday, October 3
Winnipeg, MB – Polo Park Mall, 1485 Portage Ave.
St.John’s, NL – Sundance Bar and Grill, 30 George Street

Saturday, October 24
Toronto, ON – Location to be announced

Houseguest hopefuls not able to attend an open call can apply online at BigBrotherCanada.ca. Season 2 winner Jon Pardy’s online application got him his ticket into the house – check out his video here.

Every online submission is viewed by Big Brother Canada’s rock-star casting team, and to help online applicants stand out from the pack Big Brother casting director Robyn Kass offers the following tips:

1. Don’t plan too much and talk naturally.
2. Make sure your lighting and sound work properly.
3. Stay away from the same Big Brother clichés we hear time and time again, such as: “I can be your best friend or your worst enemy,” or “You either love me or hate me.”
4. Tell us something unique about yourself that will make you stand out.
5. Have a good time!

Airing exclusively on Global early in 2016, Big Brother Canada plucks a group of hand-picked strangers from their homes, sequesters them from the outside world, and places them inside a house outfitted wall-to-wall with cameras and microphones that capture their every move. Competing for a grand cash prize, each week the houseguests battle in a series of challenges that give them power or punishment, voting each other out until the fate of the final two is decided by a jury of fellow houseguests.

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Prior to becoming a television critic and partner at TV, Eh?, Greg David was a critic for TV Guide Canada, the country's most trusted source for TV news. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes folks from countless programs. Survivor winners, Donald Trump, Jerry Bruckheimer ... he has interviewed (literally) hundreds of TV people over the course of his career. He is a past member of the Television Critics Association.
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