first_imgEpisode 305 – airing Sunday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT)Tristan Campus, registered nurse from Mississauga, ONMelissa DeCiantis, 25, arborist from Mississauga, ONDustin Herbison, 29, high school shop teacher from Kelowna, BCMichelle Salt, 31, Paralympian from Calmar, ABWali Shah, 21, rapper and spoken word poet from Mississauga, ONEric Yue, 39, commissioner recreational hockey league from Victoria, BC Episode 302 – airing Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT)Christine Cho, 36, makeup artist from Toronto, ONDonna Hartt, 46, psychic medium from Cranbrook, BCJennifer Martin, 33, copywriter from St. Phillip’s, NLChad “CJ” Studer, 38, physical education teacher from Miscouche, PEChris Williams, 54, innkeeper from Round Hill, NSJoshua Williams, 25, youth worker from Edmonton, ABEpisode 303 – airing Sunday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT)Rebecca Bromwich, 39, lawyer from Calgary, ABFrankie Cena, 24, international speech and debate coach from Vancouver, BCRyan Coelho, 30, millennial consultant from Toronto, ONGwyneth Foster, 16, high school student from Uxbridge, ONMaria Samson, 33, professional rugby player from Calgary, ABVanessa Vakharia, 35, math tutor and entrepreneur from Toronto, ON Login/Register With: CBC’s hit competition series CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON has narrowed down the field to 30 remarkable Canadians from coast to coast to coast who will put themselves to the test, squaring off each week for their latest chance to take home the title of “Canada’s Smartest Person.” From ages 16 to 62, and with diverse occupations including psychic medium, pro video gamer, neuroscientist, cancer researcher/fashion blogger, Paralympian, and law student/Miss Universe Canada, the competitors are ready to show the country what they’ve got as they tackle challenges that offer a new spin on what it truly means to be smart. CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON returns for Season 3 Sunday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT) on CBC.Each week, host Jessi Cruickshank (The Goods), with special guest judges, guides the competitors and viewers through the hour-long competition series, which illuminates how Canadians are smart based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences. In each of the first five episodes, six competitors go head-to-head in a series of fun and revealing challenges that test six areas of intelligence: linguistic, physical, musical, visual, social and logical, with one winner advancing to the championship finale. Then, in the climactic season finale, five finalists will battle it out to claim the title of CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON. New this season is CSP SmartPlay, where viewers can join in on the fun from home by playing along in real-time on the CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON Facebook page.Introducing this season’s CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON competitors: About CBC/Radio-CanadaCBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. We are Canada’s trusted source of news, information and Canadian entertainment. Deeply rooted in communities all across the country, CBC/Radio-Canada offers diverse content in English, French and eight Indigenous languages. We also provide international news and information from a uniquely Canadian perspective. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Episode 301 – airing Sunday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT)Susan Forgues, 54, retired military helicopter pilot from Orleans, ONJonathan Gagnon, 31, engineer from Vancouver, BCStephanie Harvey, 30, pro video gamer from Québec City, QCVincent Law, 33, cancer researcher and fashion blogger from Calgary, ABRup Magon, 41, musician from Montréal, QCSteve Norn, 40, insurance broker from Yellowknife, NT Advertisement Episode 306 – airing Sunday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT)The five finalists will battle it out to claim the title of CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON. Find CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON: Website: Twitter: @CanadasSmartest #SmartestPersonFacebook: Instagram: CanadasSmartest-30-About Media Headquarters Media Headquarters is a leading Canadian television and digital media production company founded by executive producer Robert Cohen. The company is recognized worldwide for producing popular and innovative original content. Media Headquarters’ productions have earned dozens of international awards and the company consistently makes the Realscreen ‘Global 100’ List celebrating the world’s best non-fiction producers. Media Headquarters specializes in the creation of unscripted series, formats, drama and children’s programming. For more information visit Advertisement Episode 304 – airing Sunday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. (8:30NT)Brittain Bancroft, 30, mechanic from Minto, NBSiera Bearchell, 23, law student and Miss Universe Canada 2016 from Moose Jaw, SKDarryl Gidyk, 42, neuroscientist from Lethbridge, ABDevon Jones, 37, personal trainer from Winnipeg, MBBruce Tsuji, 62, university professor from Ottawa, ONMichelle Zakrison, 33, lawyer from Iqaluit, NU Twitter Facebooklast_img

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