The Amazing Race Canada 7

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The Amazing Race Canada 7
Presented byJon Montgomery
Country of originCanada
No. of episodes8
Release
Original networkCTV
Original releaseJuly 2, 2019 (2019-07-02)[1] –
present
Additional information
Filming datesApril 23, 2019 (2019-04-23)[2] – May 18, 2019 (2019-05-18)[3]
Season chronology
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The seventh season of The Amazing Race Canada is a reality game show based on the American series The Amazing Race. It features nine teams of two and one returning team of two given a second chance to compete on the Race by fans. The grand prize includes a CA$250,000 cash payout, a "once-in-a-lifetime" trip for two around the world, and two 2019 Chevrolet Blazers RS.[2]

The season premiered on July 2, 2019.[1]

Production[edit]

Development and filming[edit]

Teams gathered at David Pecaut Square near Metro Hall in Toronto to begin the season.

On November 22, 2018, CTV announced that a seventh season of The Amazing Race Canada was set to air in the summer of 2019.[4] Similar to the previous season, the show broadcast the start of the Race on its social media pages on April 23, 2019 with SportsCentre anchor Kayla Grey interviewing host Jon Montgomery and revealing the team that returned to the Race.[2] The show also posted clips during filming to their social media pages that offered hints about the locations visited by the season as part of the "Jon on the Road: Presented by Chevrolet" series.

This season introduced the Double One Way, a variation on the Double U-Turn board. It allows teams to force others to complete one specific task of the Detour. First appearing in Leg 3, it was a Blind Double One Way allowing teams to do so anonymously. Lauren & Joanne used the One Way on Trish & Amy, while Sarah & Sam used it on Gilles & Sean.

For the first time since Season 1, the season's racecourse stayed entirely within Canada.[5]

Casting[edit]

Casting for the seventh season began on November 22, 2018. During a Facebook Live event on December 17, 2018 about casting for the new season, producer Mark Lysakowski commented that they were "looking for people that want to share a story that is a new lease on life. Or a second chance if you will."[6] Initial casting ended on January 2, 2019.[4]

Between June 11 to June 13, one team a day were revealed on each of the CTV network shows Your Morning, The Marilyn Denis Show, and The Social.[7][8][9] This season's cast includes Lethwei World Champion Dave Leduc; writer, actress, and model Irina Terehova; Olympic hurdler Sarah Wells; sprinter Sam Effah; and noted two-spirit Indigenous doctor James Makokis.

Canada’s Choice[edit]

On March 21, 2019, the show announced on its social media pages that fans would be able to vote for one of three previous teams to return to the Race for a second chance. Voting closed on April 1, 2019. The three teams were:[10]

Jet & Dave were revealed as the winners of the vote at the Starting Line.[2]

Marketing[edit]

Chevrolet returned as a sponsor for the show and was the sole sponsor of the "Jon on the Road" videos. Dempster's Bakery also retained their sponsorship from the previous season. New sponsors this season include Clif Bar, Dairy Farmers of Canada, Disney's The Lion King, Expedia, Paramount's Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Royal Ontario Museum, Shell V-Power, The Source and Webber Naturals.

After each episode, CTV posted a video online as part of a weekly series called "Tastes of the Race", which featured previous season racers Martina & Phil facing off in a cooking competition inspired by the season's locations while using Dempster's products.[11]

Results[edit]

The following teams participated in the Race, each listed along with their placements in each leg and relationships as identified by the program. Note that this table is not necessarily reflective of all content broadcast on television, owing to the inclusion or exclusion of some data. Placements are listed in finishing order:

Team Relationship Position (by leg) Roadblocks
1 2 3 4 53 6 7+ε 8 9+ 10 11
Aarthy & Thinesh Dating 7th 1st 2nd 1st 2nd4 5th 3rd 1st Aarthy 4, Thinesh 4
Lauren & Joanne Sisters 4th 8th 4th 5th 6th 4th 5th 2nd Lauren 4, Joanne 4
Dave & Irina Married 1st 2nd 1st 3rdε2 5th 3rd 1st 3rd Dave 4, Irina 42
Sarah & Sam Track Teammates 2nd 4th 5th 4th 1st 2nd 4th 4th Sarah 4, Sam 4
Anthony & James Married 6th 6th 3rd 6thə1 2nd4 1st 2nd 5th Anthony 4, James 4
Trish & Amy Friends 5th 7th 7th 7th 4th 6th 6th Trish 4, Amy 3
Meaghan & Marie Twins 3rd 5th 6th 2nd 7th Meaghan 3, Marie 4
Gilles & Sean Grandfather/Grandson 9th 3rd 8th Gilles 2, Sean 2
Nicki & Aisha Friends 8th 9th Nicki 1, Aisha 2
Jet & Dave Best Friends 10th Jet 1, Dave 1
  • A red team placement means the team was eliminated.
  • An underlined blue team's placement indicates that the team came in last on a non-elimination leg and had to perform a Speed Bump during the next leg of the Race.
  • An underlined leg number indicates that there was no mandatory rest period at the Pit Stop and all teams were ordered to continue racing. The first place team was still awarded a prize on that leg. An underlined team's placement indicates that that team came in last on a "continue racing" leg and were not eliminated.
  • A purple ε indicates the team decided to use an Express Pass on that leg. A magenta ə indicates a team had previously been given an Express Pass by another team and used it on that leg; if next to a leg number, it indicates that the team with the Express Pass forfeited the Pass at the Pit Stop of that leg without ever having used it.
  • A gold ⇒ or a olive ⇛ indicates that the team chose to use one of the two One Ways in a Double One Way; or indicates the team who received it.
  • A brown ⊃ or a cyan ⋑ indicates that the team chose to use one of the two U-Turns in a Double U-Turn, respectively; or indicates the team who received it.
  • An orange + next to a leg number indicates that there was a Face Off on that leg of the Race, while an orange − indicates the team that lost the Face Off and received a pre-determined time penalty.
  1. ^ Anthony & James used the Express Pass given to them by Dave & Irina on Leg 3 to bypass the first Roadblock. Before using the Express Pass, James elected to perform the Roadblock; this is reflected in the total Roadblock count.
  2. a b Dave & Irina used their Express Pass to bypass the second Roadblock on Leg 4. As Irina would have to perform this Roadblock, this is reflected in the overall count. Later, they arrived 1st at the Pit Stop, but were issued a 2-hour penalty for quitting the latitude and longitude Route Marker task. Two teams (Aarthy & Thinesh and Meaghan & Marie) checked in during their penalty time, dropping Dave & Irina to 3rd.
  3. ^ Four of the seven teams who arrived at the Pit Stop after applied 2-hour penalties for failing to complete the clam digging challenge. The initial placements for all teams are as follows (the three boldfaced teams were not given the penalty):
    1st: Trish & Amy; 2nd: Sarah & Sam; 3rd: Dave & Irina; 4th: Lauren & Joanne; 5th: Aarthy & Thinesh / Anthony & James (see note 4); 7th: Meaghan & Marie. Meaghan & Marie were eliminated without the 2-hour penalty being issued.
  4. a b Aarthy & Thinesh and Anthony & James both agreed to a 2nd place tie after both teams stepped on the Pit Stop mat at the same time.

Episode title quotes[edit]

Episode titles are often taken from quotes made by the racers.

  1. "Canada Get More Maps" – Dave (of Jet & Dave)
  2. "Our Competition's Not That Smart" – Irina
  3. "We'll Let the Peasants Fight for Last Place" – Dave (of Dave & Irina)
  4. "I Love Geologists" – Sam
  5. "Clamageddon Continues" – James
  6. "I'm a Little Muskrat on a Mission" – Aarthy
  7. "Balls, Balls, Balls" – Sarah & Sam
  8. "Open Your Bouche" – Lauren
  9. "Another Day in Thunder Bay" –

Prizes[edit]

The prize for each leg is awarded to the first place team for that leg.

  1. ^ ^ The Express Pass is an item that can be used on the Race to skip any one task of the team's choosing before the end of the seventh leg. The team that won Leg 1 keeps one but must give the second to another team before the end of the third leg.

Race summary[edit]

Destinations Legenda lotnisko.svg Air travel   Legenda kolej.svg Rail travel   Legenda prom.svg Water travel   Bus-logo.svg Bus travel
Route Markers Detour icon.svg Detour   Roadblock icon.svg Roadblock   Fast Forward icon.svg Fast Forward   U-Turn icon.svg U-Turn   Speed Bump icon.svg Speed Bump   TAR-pitstop-icon.png Pit Stop

Leg 1 (Ontario → British Columbia)[edit]

The city of Kamloops in British Columbia was the locale for the last half of the leg

Airdate: July 2, 2019

In the first Roadblock of the Race, one team member had to rehearse a voiceover script for the trailer of Disney's remake of The Lion King. They then had to enter an isolation booth and record their voice in sync with the trailer to receive their next clue.

For the second Roadblock of the leg, the team member that did not perform the previous Roadblock had to ride a 1,000 feet (300 m) zip-line while suspended 100 feet (30 m) above the waters of an abandoned open-pit burrow of the Ajax Mine and had to successfully toss a yellow ball into a floating target during their ride to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At Ontario Food Terminal, teams had to search the vast cold storage rooms for two halves of a postcard that would reveal their next destination: Kamloops, British Columbia.
  • At Circle Creek Ranch, teams had to search through a herd of thirty yearlings until they could find their next destination printed on the ear tag on one of the cows. After finding their next destination, a rancher would give teams their next clue.
Additional notes
  • At Toronto Pearson International Airport, teams had to sign up for one of two flights to Kamloops, which would carry five teams each and would land thirty minutes apart, and could pick up Clif Bars at the signup board.
  • After arriving in Kamloops, teams would find a 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, which had their next clue and would serve as their transportation while in Kamloops.

Leg 2 (British Columbia)[edit]

Teams ended the leg in Revelstoke at the Pit Stop atop Mount Mackenzie

Airdate: July 9, 2019

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to suit up and ride a dirt bike, completing one lap around a course of hills and banked turns in one minute and fifty seconds or less to receive their next clue.

The first Detour of the Race was a choice between Plant or Paddle. In Plant, teams had to plant 40 conifer tree seedlings in a forest clearing. The seedlings must be straight, planted a specified length apart, and have no air pockets underground. Once all 40 were approved, teams received their next clue. In Paddle, teams had to paddle a pair of kayaks, tied together facing opposite directions, to collect five different coloured flags from buoys scattered around the lake. Once they returned to shore with all five flags, they received their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At Revelstoke Railway Museum, teams had to construct and then operate a model railroad set on a table. They had to use every given piece of track and accessory, and the track layout must fit on the table with no dead ends. Once their train completed a full circuit, teams received their next clue.
  • At Revelstoke Mountain Resort, teams had to ride the cable car to the top of Mount Mackenzie then search for the Pit Stop.
Additional note
  • At the start of the leg, each team found a parked 2019 Chevrolet Traverse "High Country" Edition, which served as their transportation for this leg.

Leg 3 (British Columbia → Alberta)[edit]

On the High Level Bridge Streetcar in Edmonton, teams encountered a new twist to the Race in the Double One Way

Airdate: July 16, 2019

This leg's Detour was a choice between Celebrate or Elevate. In Celebrate, teams had to learn the lyrics and choreography for a medley of South African songs and then successfully perform with the Kokopelli Youth Choir to be given their next clue by the choir director. In Elevate, teams had to complete two puzzles, one at the top of the funicular and one at the bottom, of the Edmonton skyline to receive their next clue from the city's poet laureate. Teams would discover that some puzzle pieces belonged to the other puzzle and had to transfer one piece at a time via the funicular.

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to watch a silent demonstration of an Ikebana flower arrangement and had to replicate the arrangement, making sure that the flowers were at the correct height and not touching and that their workstation was clean, to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At The Source, teams were given Samsung Galaxy Watch "Active" smartwatches that they had to wear throughout the leg, and the team that had the fewest steps recorded by the end of the leg would win an additional prize. At the end of the leg, all non-eliminated teams were awarded their smartwatches as prizes.
  • At Old Strathcona Antique Mall, teams had to search the merchandise for "Jon" and had to figure out that they had to find a Jon Montgomery bobblehead, which they could exchange for their next clue.
Additional note
  • At Kamloops Airport, teams had to sign up for one of two flights to Edmonton, the first of which carried two teams and would land two-and-a-half hours before the second flight that carried six teams, and could pick up Clif Bars at the signup board.

Leg 4 (Alberta → Northwest Territories)[edit]

The Dene community of Dettah overlooking Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories hosted the fourth Pit Stop of the Race

Airdate: July 23, 2019

In the first Roadblock of the leg, one team member had to use a jewelers loupe to identify which six out of seven diamonds were marked with a Canadian symbol, a maple leaf. Then, they had to use a Forevermark viewer to find the identification number on each diamond. Finally, they had to sort the diamonds from heaviest to lightest to receive their next clue.

For the second Roadblock of the leg, the team member that did not perform the previous Roadblock had to don a wetsuit and safety gear, dive into a hole in Great Slave Lake, and swim under the ice to an exit hole to retrieve their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At Somba K'e Civic Plaza, teams had to search for the 'United in Celebration' sculpture to find their next clue.
  • At Rotary Park, teams had to drive a snowmobile across Great Slave Lake to a fishing camp. There, teams had to drill a hole for ice fishing using a handheld auger into three feet of ice and clear the hole of ice so they can drop a Dene fishing line to receive their next clue.
  • At Air Tindi Float Base, teams had to choose a station with four navigational maps and had to identify ten rescue sites using latitude and longitude coordinates to receive their next clue, which instructed teams to board a ski plane that would take them to the Pit Stop.

Leg 5 (Northwest Territories → British Columbia)[edit]

At the Deep Bay Marine Field Station on Vancouver Island, teams had to search for four types of clams

Airdate: July 30, 2019

For their Speed Bump, Trish & Amy had to correctly assemble a thirty-seven piece model Orca skeleton using all the pieces provided, including a tooth inside their Dora backpack, in order to continue racing.

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to pick up a box from The Source containing a Huawei P30 Pro smartphone that they had to use to photograph eleven letters hidden within Horne Lake Caves. Teams then had to use a marker and whiteboard from their Dora backpack to unscramble then spell the name of the Pit Stop: "Goats on Roof". When teams believed that they had the correct answer, they had to take a photograph of their whiteboard and present the photo to the park director, who would confirm or deny their answer. Teams that figured out that the bunch of carrots in their Dora backpack were a clue could write the answer on their whiteboard without spelunking.

Additional tasks
  • At Petroglyph Provincial Park, teams had to search the park for "Dora the Explorer"-themed backpacks, along with various items teams would need during the leg, and tablet computers containing a video clue from Isabela Moner, who played Dora in Dora and the Lost City of Gold. Teams would then find their next clue in their backpack and had to pack all of the items before leaving the park.
  • At WildPlay Parks, teams had 60 seconds to memorize a Nanaimo bar recipe before one team member bungee jumped off of a 150 feet (46 m) high bridge while their partner rode a tandem primal swing off of the same bridge. If they could correctly recite the ingredients after the jumps, they would receive their next clue.
  • At Deep Bay Marine Field Station, using the gloves in their Dora backpack, teams had to dig for and correctly identify thirty manila clams, thirty mahogany clams, thirty Pacific oysters, and five butter clams to receive their next clue.
Additional notes
  • At Vancouver Harbour Air Terminal, teams had to signup for one of four seaplanes to Nanaimo, the first of which carried one team with the remaining planes carrying two teams each and landing 15 minutes apart, and could pick up Clif Bars at the signup board.
  • After arriving in Nanaimo, teams would find a 2019 Chevrolet Camaro SS, which would serve as their transportation while on Vancouver Island.

Leg 6 (British Columbia → Saskatchewan)[edit]

Teams ended the leg in Saskatoon at the Remai Modern Art Museum overlooking the South Saskatchewan River.

Airdate: August 6, 2019

This leg's Detour was a choice between Dance in a Square or Walk in Circles. In Dance in a Square, one team member had to memorize a list of nineteen square dance moves and call the dance in time with the music while their partner had to learn and perform the dance alongside the River City Squares to receive their next clue. In Walk in Circles, teams had to search a 7,500 square foot barn board maze for four different types of cobs of corn, which they could exchange for their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At Nutrien Cory Potash Mine, teams descended 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) into the mine and had to hang a ventilation curtain to the mine's ceiling in a straight line and with no gaps. Then, they had to pile loose potash to the bottom of the curtain to maintain a seal. Once complete, teams would receive their next clue from the mine supervisor.
  • At the Shell Station, teams received a video message on a tablet computer from their loved ones, who would inform them of their next destination: Champêtre County Vacation Ranch.
  • At Victoria Park, teams had to join a Saskatchewan Rush lacrosse practice where one team member had to pass a ball to their partner, who had to toss it at a goal and hit one of four targets. After hitting two targets, teams would receive their next clue.

Leg 7 (Saskatchewan → Ontario)[edit]

One side of the Detour in Kitchener-Waterloo required teams to navigate a Nao robot through a course.

Airdate: August 13, 2019

For their Speed Bump, Trish & Amy had to drive a provided 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV to the University of Waterloo campus, where they met the designer of a self-driving car. After completing a test drive around the campus, they could continue racing.

This leg's Detour was a choice between Beer Fest or Robot Quest. In Beer Fest, teams took part in a Kitchener–Waterloo Oktoberfest celebration. They had to choose a table of ten patrons, who each ordered a different variety of beer. While pouring the beers at the taps, the patrons would get up and dance then sit in different seats. Once teams served all ten orders correctly, they received their next clue from Mayor Berry Vrbanovic. In Robot Quest, teams had to use walkie-talkies to navigate a Nao robot through a course. One team member gave directions to their partner in another room, who blindly controlled it entering the commands on a computer screen; partners could not swap roles once the task began. Once Nao completed the course and crossed the finish line, they received their next clue from Callisto, a TALOS humanoid robot.

Additional tasks
  • At TheMuseum, teams had to find the SPECTRUM exhibition, where one team member at a time had to enter a ball pit of over 30,000 green plastic balls to find one of twelve red or yellow balls, which they could exchange for their next clue.
  • In the first Face Off of the season, two teams took part in a culinary competition. The team who arrived first had the choice of three dishes to prepare using Race sponsor Dempster's wheat tortillas: wraps, rolls or pizza. Both teams were given one minute to observe the completed dish, then had fifteen minutes to re-create it without the use of a recipe. The team whose dish better resembled the example received their next clue, while the losing team had to wait for another team. The last team remaining at the Face Off had to turn over an hourglass and wait out a time penalty before moving on.
  • At the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, teams had to solve an algebraic equation. They had to drop a tennis ball from a balcony, then use a stopwatch to measure the time it took to reach the ground, represented by the value t. Using this and the value g for gravity, they had to determine on a chalkboard the value of d, representing the distance from the balcony to the ground. If their solution was between 41 feet (12 m) and 49 feet (15 m), they received their next clue.
Additional note
  • In the lobby of the Delta Hotel Toronto Airport, teams had to sign up for one of two buses to a mystery destination, which carried three teams each and departed ten minutes apart, and could pick up Clif Bars at the signup board. The windows on the bus were blacked out, so teams wouldn't know their destination until they arrived.

Leg 8 (Ontario → Quebec)[edit]

This leg's Roadblock in La Malbaie took place at Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, the host venue of the 44th G7 summit in 2018.

Airdate: August 20, 2019

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to dress in suit and tie or a dress and take part in a mock press conference of the 44th G7 summit, hosted in La Malbaie in 2018. They had to memorize and correctly deliver a speech in English and French, then answer three questions from reporters, one each in Japanese, German, and Italian, to receive their next clue.

This leg's Detour was a Blind Detour, which simply gave teams a choice of This or That. In This, teams had to recreate two paintings onto emu eggs at Centre de l'Émeu de Charlevoix without removing the examples from the basket. After recreating the paintings, teams had to travel to Baie-Saint-Paul and find one of two buildings depicted on the eggs, Boutique Le Pot aux Roses or Bistro La Muse, and deliver their eggs to receive their next clue. In That, teams had to play a modified version of pick-lit, a local game by hitting a wooden peg into the air before smacking it into a field to score points. Once teams scored 200 points, they would receive their next clue.

Additional task
  • At Chez Chantal, teams had to peel 25 potatoes, after which they received a sample of poutine and the keys to a 2019 Chevrolet Equinox, which contained their next clue and would serve as their transportation while in Quebec.

Upcoming legs[edit]

Leg 9 (Quebec → Ontario)

Airdate: August 27, 2019

Future legs[edit]

Ratings[edit]

No. Title Air date Viewers
(millions)
Weekly rank Ref.
1 "Canada Get More Maps" July 2, 2019 2.029 1 [17]
2 "Our Competition's Not That Smart" July 9, 2019[a] 1.746 1 [18]
3 "We'll Let the Peasants Fight for Last Place" July 16, 2019 1.885 1 [19]
4 "I Love Geologists" July 23, 2019 1.802 1 [20]
5 "Clamageddon Continues" July 30, 2019 1.777 1 [21]
6 "I'm a Little Muskrat on a Mission" August 6, 2019
7 "Balls, Balls, Balls" August 13, 2019
8 "Open Your Bouche" August 20, 2019
  1. ^ Episode 2 aired at 9:30 PM ET/8 PM MT due to the Love Island series premiere

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