Canada’s Handyman Challenge is coming back to Halifax on Sept. 4 for a second season on a nationwide search for the best all around handyman and there's a $25,000 prize up for grabs.
Contestants will be put through rigorous challenges to test their handyman skills in order to win the title of Canada’s Best Handyman.
Teaming up for the first time as judges are HGTV celebrities Scott McGillivray (Income Property), Bryan Baeumler (Leave It To Bryan, House of Bryan) and Paul Lafrance (Decked Out, Deck Wars).
The all-star team of judges will travel to Halifax on Tuesday, Sept. 4, Vancouver on Monday, Sept. 10 and Toronto on Saturday, Sept. 15 to hold live auditions and recruit talented hopefuls.
In each of the cities a top four will be selected to represent their regions forming a top 12. Those 12 will go to Toronto to compete with their handyman talents.
Mike Holmes (Holmes Makes It Right, Holmes Inspection) will weigh in on who will be crowned the winner of Canada’s Handyman Challenge II and be awarded a $25,000 cash prize.
To compete on Canada’s Handyman Challenge, applicants must pre-register online at http://canadashandymanchallengecasting.ca
Each contestant needs to come to the audition with a project that must be constructed from - but not exceed - a four by eight foot sheet of three-quarter-inch thick plywood. No additional wood is allowed, but any type of hardware is permitted.