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Venues announced for ‘Big Brother Canada’ season 4 nationwide casting call

Canada’s wildest reality show is seeking contestants for its upcoming fourth season, and is getting ready to embark on a nationwide casting call in search of contestants.
Canada’s wildest reality show is seeking contestants for its upcoming fourth season, and is getting ready to embark on a nationwide casting call in search of contestants. (Handout)

Big Brother Canada wants you!

Canada’s wildest reality show is seeking contestants for its upcoming fourth season, and is getting ready to embark on a nationwide casting call in search of contestants who’ve got what it takes to scheme their way to success inside the country’s craziest house.

Related: Casting Begins For ‘Big Brother Canada’ Season 4

Venues have just been announced for the cross-country tour, with Canadians 19 years of age and older invited to apply online at BigBrotherCanada.ca now through Oct. 26, or in person from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the following locations:

Saturday, September 19

Vancouver, BC – The Bourbon, 50 W Cordova St.

Montréal, QC – BLVD44, 2108 Boul. St-Laurent

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Saturday, September 26

Calgary, AB – Ranchman’s, 9615 Macleod Trail SE

Edmonton, AB – Knoxville’s, 10736 Jasper Ave NW

Halifax, NS – MicMac Mall, 21 Micmac Blvd

Saturday, October 3

Winnipeg, MB – Polo Park Mall, 1485 Portage Ave.

St.John’s, NL – Sundance Bar and Grill, 30 George Street

Saturday, October 24

Toronto, ON – Location to be announced

Hoping to be a Houseguest but not able to make it to one of the casting sessions? Never fear — until Oct. 26, Canadians can apply online at BigBrotherCanada.ca. Not sure what to say? Check out the online application that landed season-two winner Jon Pardy accepted, right here.

Every online submission is viewed by Big Brother Canada‘s casting team, and if you’re looking for ways to get your online application to stand out from the crowd, check out these tips from Big Brother casting director Robyn Kass:

1. Don’t plan too much and talk naturally.
2. Make sure your lighting and sound work properly.
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3. Stay away from the same Big Brother clichés we hear time and time again, such as: “I can be your best friend or your worst enemy,” or “You either love me or hate me.”
4. Tell us something unique about yourself that will make you stand out
5. Have a good time!

Season four of Big Brother Canada will debut in early 2016 exclusively on Global.