February 24, 2016 7:40 am
Updated: February 25, 2016 9:13 am

‘Big Brother Canada’ Season 4: First group of houseguests revealed

WATCH: See who the first seven "Big Brother Canada" house guests are for season four.

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Big Brother Canada has revealed its first batch of seven houseguests for Season 4, joining the two international ex-Big Brother contestants who’ll be selected by the audience.

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The seven Big Brother Canada hopefuls include a pipeline worker from Winnipeg, an actor from Edmonton, an entrepreneur from Fort McMurray, a server from Vancouver, a vet tech assistant from Thunder Bay, a digital marketing specialist from Toronto and a fashion stylist from Calgary. To get a better look at the houseguests, see below.

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The four international former houseguests vying for a spot in the Big Brother Canada house are Jase Wirey (Big Brother US), Nikki Grahame (Big Brother UK), Tim Dormer (Big Brother Australia), and Veronica Graf (Big Brother Italy). Fans can vote now for their favourite male and favourite female international wildcard until Thursday, March 3 at 3 p.m. ET.

“This season of Big Brother Canada includes a tremendous, diverse group of Canadians for fans to cheer for,” said Christine Shipton, SVP, Content, Shaw Media. “It will be a thrill to witness what unfolds once these strangers enter the house.”

Jared Kesler, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Jared Kesler
Age: 24
Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Occupation: Pipeline worker

Jared is the quiet “pretty boy” who is looking for a showmance and plans to dominate the physical competitions that Big Brother Canada has in store.

Joel Lefevre, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Joel Lefevre
Age: 33
Hometown: Edmonton, AB
Occupation: Actor

Joel is a self-proclaimed late bloomer who feels he will be able to fly under the radar and swoop in to win it all.

Loveita Adams, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Loveita Adams
Age: 25
Hometown: Fort McMurray, AB
Occupation: Entrepreneur

Loveita is an outspoken and ambitious ball of fire who is sure to stir up controversy in the Big Brother Canada house.

Maddy Pavle, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Maddy Pavle
Age: 21
Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Occupation: Server

Maddy is a fashionable tomboy and serial dater who is so confident in her Big Brother Canada game that she’s already declared victory.

Paige Distranski, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Paige Distranski
Age: 19
Hometown: Thunder Bay, ON
Occupation: Vet tech assistant

Paige is a real outdoor type who likes to hunt, trap, and fish. Her birthday present from her parents was a trip to audition for Big Brother Canada and she’s ready to make it all the way to the finale.

Ramsey Aburaneh, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Ramsey Aburaneh
Age: 26
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Occupation: Digital Marketing Specialist

Ramsey is a charming conversationalist who has an enormous family (65 first cousins!) and knows how to handle himself in a large group and chaotic situations.

Raul Manriquez, 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguest

Raul Manriquez
Age: 21
Hometown: Calgary, AB
Occupation: Fashion Stylist

Raul moved from Mexico with his family for a better life. He’s a Mormon who is proud of his LGBT community and is convinced he can use his Latino charm to win Big Brother Canada.

The final group of houseguests will be released Thursday.

Following a coast-to-coast casting call, a new group of houseguests are moving into an overhauled Big Brother Canada house outfitted wall-to-wall with cameras and microphones capturing their every move. The houseguests compete for a grand prize of $100,000, a $25,000 gift card from The Brick, and an OxiClean prize pack valued at $10,000 that includes $500 of fabric care products and a $9,500 wardrobe makeover.

READ MORE: Big Brother Canada Season 4: International houseguests join the party

Big Brother Canada premieres on Global, Wednesday, March 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT and airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT (eviction episode), and Sundays at 7 p.m. ET/PT. Viewers who miss the premiere can catch up on Big Brother Canada for free following the broadcast the next day on BigBrotherCanada.ca and Global Go.

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