Sixth Team Eliminated on Tonight’s Episode of CTV’s THE AMAZING RACE CANADA

— August 27, 2019

– On the next episode of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, the final four teams head east to Wolfville, Nova Scotia, and the Annapolis Valley, where they compete for a spot in the Season 7 finale –

TORONTO (August 27, 2019) – In tonight’s episode of CTV’s THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, dating couple Aarthy and Thinesh, from Vancouver, were eliminated after failing to make up time lost at the Face Off and Detour. Only four teams now remain on THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, returning with an all-new episode Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, and then streaming anytime on CTV.ca and the CTV app.

This week, teams kept on racing from Québec’s Charlevoix region to Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum, where they had to spell out their next location, Thunder Bay, using letter stamps located at 10 different objects in the museum’s permanent collection. Racers then headed to Thunder Bay’s Terry Fox Monument for their next clue, which directed them to Wacky’s. There, teams were challenged to Face Off against each other in either air hockey, table hockey, or axe throwing. The last team at the Face Off took a timed penalty before continuing their race.

Next, teams chose between two Detours, “Cutting Edge” or “Cutting a Wedge”. Teams who picked “Cutting Edge” made their way to Lakehead University Faculty of Natural Resources Airfield where one teammate blindly flew a drone above an airfield while the other racer wore virtual reality goggles, connected to the drone, and relayed the coordinates of four moose toys to their partner, who pinpointed the locations on a grid. Teams who chose “Cutting a Wedge” headed to Thunder Oak Cheese Farm to locate a numbered wheel of cheese, cut it into 32 wedges weighed between 230 to 270 grams, and then individually package each wedge. Both Detours had limited stations, with room for only three teams at each challenge.

Teams then raced to Kakabeka Falls to meet host Jon Montgomery at the Pit Stop. Dave and Irina, from Montréal, were first to arrive at the mat, winning a trip for two to Venice, Italy. After failing to make up time lost at the “Cutting a Wedge” Detour, Aarthy and Thinesh, from Vancouver, arrived last and were ultimately eliminated.


On the next episode of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, “He’s Basically a Hound” (Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, then streaming anytime on CTV.ca and the CTV app), the final four teams head east to Wolfville, Nova Scotia, and the Annapolis Valley, where they compete for a spot in the Season 7 finale.

The four remaining teams competing for the Season 7 title of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA champions are:

  • Anthony and James – married couple from Edmonton
  • Lauren and Joanne – sisters from Regina
  • Sarah and Sam – teammates living in Toronto
  • Dave and Irina – married couple from Montréal

For more information on the teams competing on THE AMAZING RACE CANADA this season, viewers can visit CTV.ca/TheAmazingRaceCanada and search the team pages presented by Chevrolet. The site features team videos, bios, and exclusive content. As the go-to resource for THE AMAZING RACE CANADA fans, CTV.ca also includes full episodes and sneak peeks. Additionally, ETALK will air exclusive on-the-road coverage on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CTV.

Encore presentations of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA air on CTV Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. ET/PT and 8 p.m. ET/PT, respectively, and Saturdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CTV2 (visit CTV.ca to check local listings). Episodes are available to stream anytime on CTV.ca and the CTV app.

Brand partners for Season 7 of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA include Chevrolet, who returns for a seventh consecutive season, as well as Dempster’s, Clif Bar, Dairy Farmers of Ontario, Walt Disney Studios, Expedia, Paramount Pictures Corporation, Shell Canada, The Royal Ontario Museum, The Source, and Webber Naturals.

THE AMAZING RACE CANADA is produced by Insight Productions in association with CTV. John Brunton is Executive Producer and Mark Lysakowski is Executive Producer and Showrunner. For Bell Media, Danielle Pearson is Production Executive; Robin Johnston is Director, Original Programming, Factual and Reality; Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Original Programming; Pat DiVittorio is Vice-President, Programming, CTV and Specialty. Mike Cosentino is President, Content and Programming, Randy Lennox is President. 

About CTV
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