The best 40 home cooks in the country audition for an apron and a spot in MasterChef Canada's Top 14.
The 18 home cooks who earned a second chance at the auditions face two grueling culinary challenges that will either send them home or propel them into the Top 14.
The Top 14 home cooks face a Canadian-themed Mystery Box and an Elimination Challenge inspired by the judges' diverse backgrounds.
In their first team challenge, the Top 13 honor Canadian firefighting heroes as they compete in a rib cook-off.
The Top 12 pair up in a cooperative Mystery Box Challenge, followed by an Elimination Challenge involving plenty of strategically assigned fish.
Fashion serves as inspiration for the Top 11 home cooks in a team challenge where style is as important as substance.
A Mystery Box Challenge compels the home cooks to bake with heart.
The Top 9 are split into three teams and face off in a gourmet sausage challenge to celebrate one of Canada's most popular international festivals.
The Top 8 are divided into teams and tackle a set of intimidating ingredients inspired by a nursery rhyme.
Canadian Astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield inspires the Top 7 home cooks with a special out of this world Mystery Box Challenge.
The Top 6 take over an upscale Asian restaurant owned by judge Alvin Leung and MasterChef Canada Season 1 winner Eric Chong.
After a Mystery Box Challenge involving judge and Chef Michael Bonacini's world-class techniques, the home cooks must create sweet and savory dishes inspired by classic cocktails.
The Top 4 are reunited with their families and hit the road to shop for a meal that will earn them a spot in the Top 3.
The competition's three best home cooks battle it out for a place in the finale, cooking for 13 of Canada's most influential chefs using 13 ingredients, one from each of the country's 10 provinces and three territories.
The Top 2 home cooks in the country go head-to-head in a three-course challenge which will determine who wins MasterChef Canada Season 3.
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