Twenty-four of the country's best home cooks compete to earn a Masterchef Canada apron and their spot in the Top 12.
The Top 12 home cooks face their first mystery box challenge, which includes a treasured and meaningful kitchen item to provide them with inspiration.
In the first team challenge of the season, the home cooks receive patriotic red and white aprons as they cook for 105 new Canadians following their citizenship ceremony.
The Top 10 are blindfolded and must work in pairs to replicate a seven-layer birthday cake in honor of Canada's upcoming 150th birthday. With a different flavor for each layer, the duos must decipher each taste without the use of sight before they recreate the cake. Then, Season 3 winner Mary Berg reveals the next elimination challenge.
The remaining home cooks are divided into three teams and are challenged to create gourmet burgers and fries for hungry motorcycle enthusiasts.
World-renowned chef and food activist Jamie Oliver challenges the remaining home cooks to create a mouth-watering appetizer for his new chain of Canadian restaurants.
The Top 7 compete in an intense egg battle, as they work their way through a series of challenges that get progressively more difficult.
Two teams face off in a special restaurant takeover to celebrate the 30th anniversary of judge Michael Bonacini's iconic Auberge du Pommier, an Oliver & Bonacini restaurant.
The Top 5 must emulate the judges favorite cooking techniques while creating unique salmon dishes.
The final four home cooks are surprised by their loved ones, and must create an elegant family dinner at a beautiful apple orchard.
The final elimination challenge of the season will determine who makes it to the finale, as the home cooks take one luxury ingredient and create a dish using it three different ways.
The final two home cooks go head-to-head as they create three courses in only three hours. The challenge will determine the winner of MasterChef Canada Season 4.