February 25, 2016 8:40 am
Updated: February 25, 2016 10:12 am

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

WATCH: Meet four of the 'Big Brother Canada' Season 4 houseguests.


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

The seven new houseguests were introduced from all parts of the country, including a social media specialist from Winnipeg, MB; a housekeeper from Vancouver, BC; a welder from Saint John, NB; a flight attendant from Calgary, AB; a YouTuber from Guelph, Ont.; a university student from Ottawa, Ont.; and a Customer Service Supervisor from Brampton, Ont. Get a closer look at the houseguests, below.

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“We are constantly pushing the envelope for Big Brother Canada fans,” said Christine Shipton, SVP, Content, Shaw Media. “With the international wildcard competition and solid list of Canadian players we’ve assembled, there is no shortage of surprises for viewers or for the Season 4 houseguests. Let the chaos begin!”

Cassandra Shahinfar

Cassandra Shahinfar
Age: 22
Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Occupation: Social Media Specialist

Cassandra is the centre of attention in her family and is set on finding a showmance in the Big Brother Canada house.

Christine Kelsey

Christine Kelsey
Age: 47
Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Occupation: Housekeeper

Christina is a single mother who is ready to use her maternal vibe to trick the houseguests into trusting her.

Dallas Cormier

Dallas Cormier
Age: 24
Hometown: Saint John, NB
Occupation: Welder

Dallas is a hard-working, blue-collar guy who has a great sense of humour, a beaming personality, and is set to become everyone’s confidante in the Big Brother Canada house.

Kelsey Faith

Kelsey Faith
Age: 25
Hometown: Calgary, AB
Occupation: Flight Attendant

Kelsey is a free-spirited, girl-next-door who is single and ready to mingle Big Brother Canada-style.

Mitchell Moffit

Mitchell Moffit
Age: 27
Hometown: Guelph, ON
Occupation: YouTuber

Mitchell is a very successful scientist who has nearly five million subscribers to his YouTube channel AsapSCIENCE, which he runs with his life partner. He knows the game well and is ready to strategize behind the scenes to win it all.

Philippe Paquette

Philippe Paquette
Age: 21
Hometown: Ottawa, ON
Occupation: Student/DJ

This smooth talker is known for his swagger, skills with the ladies, and his physical abilities.

Sharry Ash

Sharry Ash
Age: 29
Hometown: Brampton, ON
Occupation: Customer Service Supervisor

Sharry is an intelligent, gregarious woman who guarantees her fierceness will help her dominate the Big Brother Canada game.

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.

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

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.

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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