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'The Bachelor Canada' on the hunt for new bachelor and bachelorettes

January 15, 2014 - 8:42 AM

TORONTO - The hunt is on for the next stars of "The Bachelor Canada."

City says it is launching a casting tour to find the next TV hunk and 25 "vibrant bachelorettes" for the second season of the reality series.

The auditions begin Jan. 25 in Vancouver, then heads east with stops in Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax.

Online auditions are currently being held until Jan. 23 at BachelorCanada.ca.

The inaugural season of "The Bachelor Canada" concluded with former CFLer Brad Smith proposing to Bianka Kamber.

The Bachelor Canada begins principal photography this spring and premieres on City this fall.

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Online: BachelorCanada.ca

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