Kat was the first person to ever be evicted from the BBCAN house.
Kat was the first person to ever be evicted from the BBCAN house.
There is no better place to go for consolation than in the comforting arms of host Arisa.
A “Power Shift” from Canada to save Suzette was ultimately what sent Aneal packing.
Liza was the first to be evicted in a double eviction week.
Known for his showmance with Liza, Tom was ousted by his own alliance “Quattro” after his questionable behaviour that week.
AJ was evicted as a pawn, and was titled the first official ‘pawn-star’ of the BBCAN franchise.
Suzette was finally ousted after her 3rd stint on the block.
After being evicted, Gary was later was voted back into the house by Canada where he made it to 1st runner up. He later went on to co-host the BBCAN Side Show and re-entered as a houseguest in Season 5
Alec turned his back on his showmance with Topaz in favour of his alliance with Peter, which sealed his fate as the first to go in a double eviction night.
was put up on the block by Jillian who subsequently destroyed the Alec/Topaz showmance in a one-two double eviction punch.
Peter was eliminated swiftly after Alec/Topaz and in later seasons went on to co-host the BBCAN Side Show with Gary.
Andrew’s alliance (Emmett, Jillian, Talla) turned on him in the final weeks, resulting in his eviction on day 64.
Talla flew under the radar for most of the season but was sent packing after losing a critical competition.
Emmett was eliminated by Gary becoming the final member of the jury where he voted for his partner Jillian to win.
Topaz made a fatal error when she miscast her jury vote. Her vote would determine the BBCAN1 winner, and made her friend Gary, the 1st runner-up.
Known for her competition prowess, backstabbing and blindsiding, this was a hard-fought win for Jillian.
Known for her desire to start a “Love Revolution”, Anick was first to leave the BBCAN2 house.
Kyle left through Andrew’s backdoor plan during Kenny’s HOH reign.
Paul was a casualty when the boys alliance convinced Sarah to flip sides and vote against the girls in the house.
Ika left in a blaze of glory when she shredded the houseguest’s letters from home in favour of $5000 for herself, knowing that she was on her way out anyway.
The underdogs or “Sloppy Seconds” seized the moment and evicted Andrew after he was voted by Canada in a surprise nomination twist.
Sarah was the first casualty of a double eviction after being targeted by the newly formed “Sloppy Seconds” alliance, with Kenny following shortly behind.
Arlie was a victim of his ally Jon’s backdoor plan – a plan that was masterminded by Neda.
An intruder to the game, Allison could not shake distrust after pulling a secret POV out of her butt, and was eliminated during Neda’s HOH.
Rachelle, member of the notorious Gremlins duo was ousted when put up on the block against her number one ally Sabrina.
Famous for his “Wake Up Canada” tagline, Adel was evicted when Heather won the POV and pulled herself off the block.
When Jon won the POV competition on Sabrina’s HOH, he chose to evict Heather over his biggest ally Neda.
When Jon won the final HOH competition he voted out his stiffest competition and best friend, Neda.
When Sabrina was unable to convince the jury, Jon took the win with 6-1 votes in his favour.
After only being in the house a few minutes, Risha was nominated. It would be Canada who would seal her fate as the first to be evicted in BBCAN3.
Sindy was the second person evicted from the BBCAN3 house after failing to rally the women against the men.
Naeha was considered to be too strong a threat in the house, and even though she managed to flip the house in her favour, it was futile as she was previously targeted by Kevin, and the casualty of an instant eviction.
Graig lost control of the ‘Chop Shop’ alliance and the house when Brittnee became HOH and his alliance voted him out.
Johnny’s game fell to the wrong side of the numbers when his loyalty to Naeha was revealed at the instant eviction.
Thinking he had the week locked down, Jordan overestimated his safety and volunteered to go up on the block, threw the POV and wound up blindsided with a bagel in his hand.
After re-entering the house, Sindy was unable to gain the trust of the other houseguests and was sent to jury on Pilar’s HOH.
Bobby tried to convince the house that he had a secret POV, but Kevin called his bluff and Bobby was evicted holding nothing but a broken hanger.
Kevin’s strategy game made him a big target, and he was unable to escape eviction during the triple eviction. Willow was voted out by her friend Sarah, who was unaware that the rest of the houseguests were voting for her to stay.
Bruno’s strategy to surround himself with bigger targets failed when he grew too protective of his allies and got himself into trouble with the secret super power Fembots who had him evicted.
Zach was evicted when he was pitted against his showmance by the Fembots, and was unable to win the POV to save himself.
In the season’s first Double Eviction Brittnee nominated Pilar and cast the first tiebreaker vote of the season to evict her.
One of two founding members of the Fembots, Brittnee’s game saw many highs and many lows with Ashleigh ultimately using her POV win to split the Fembots and send Brittnee to jury.
Ashleigh played a very loyal and under the radar game and won some critical POV competitions to make it to final 3. She was evicted by the sole vote of Godfrey to become 2nd runner up.
While known by his fellow houseguests as the sleeping giant, once awoken was a strategic force. He lost to Sarah in the finale, perhaps due to the jury not being fully aware of how strategic his game play actually was.
Sarah won by playing a very strategic social game, slipping in and out of alliances undetected, and winning competitions when it mattered the most.
Paige was first nominated as a pawn and in the end was unable to turn the house in her favour and was evicted in week 1.
Perceived as the bigger threat, Sharry was evicted in week 2.
Christine played a quiet game, perhaps laying too low, and went home as a pawn against Cassandra.
Loveita was backdoored during the second part of a fake double eviction. Her seclusion in a secret suite with Kelsey played a big part in Kelsey’s game after Kelsey reentered the house.
After being evicted Kelsey was voted back into the house where she used her strong alliances and Loveita strategy tips to get herself to 1st runner up.
When their alliance was targeted, Dallas was seen as the biggest threat of the lot and was evicted in week 5.
Mitch played a successful middling strategy, until the Wildcard twist sent Kelsey back into the house, exposing his strategy resulting in his eviction, making him the first member of the jury for the season.
When their Third Wheel alliance no longer had control of the house, Raul was evicted and sent to the jury house.
After receiving urgent news that his father was going into emergency heart surgery, Ramsay left the game to be with his family.
Known for her showmance with Ramsay, Maddy was evicted unanimously when she was perceived as too unpredictable in the game.
Jared was considered a threat from the start, and was evicted when Cass targeted him after the POV.
Nikki was an International Wildcard, voted into the game by Canada. Known for her temper tantrums, and lack of knowledge of the game, she was able to float in the middle for quite some time before being evicted.
Joel’s strong social game allowed him to play under the radar, until he was put up as a replacement nominee and unable to convince the house that he should stay.
Cassandra played a deceitful and cunning game by floating in the middle but was evicted when the numbers were no longer on her side.
In International Wildcard from Australia, voted into the house by Canada. Tim’s unique and unpredictable gameplay got him to the final 3. He was evicted when he came in last in the final competition and was voted out by Kelsey.
Phil & Nick competed as one houseguest, and managed to avoid being targeted as such. They won 3 HOHs and 4 POVs to get to the final two where they won over Kelsey by a 7-2 vote.
After failing to secure his safety with the POV, Mark was the first to be evicted from the BBCAN5 Odyssey.
Dallas was the first BBCAN returnee to be evicted after being nominated as a replacement nominee and was evicted unanimously.
Cass was put up on the block and targeted by Neda and was the second returnee to be unanimously evicted.
Gary was evicted during BBCAN5 Shockwave ‘backwards week’ when Demetres cast the sole vote to evict.
Emily was the first evicted in a surprise double eviction episode.
In one of the most jaw-dropping evictions in BBCAN history, neda was evicted just one hour after her season-long immunity was up after Sindy put her on the block as a replacement nominee in a double eviction.
Unable to shake the curse of having a birthday on eviction day, Sindy was evicted and walked out to an audience singing happy birthday.
When William used his secret POV to save Kevin, Bruno became the target and was evicted in a 5-1 vote.
Jackie was the first eviction in a surprise triple eviction.
The French Connection was hit hard in the triple eviction when Kevin saved himself and the house voted to save Dillon.
Dillon was made a replacement nominee when Kevin removed Ika from the block. Dillon was Dillon was evicted by a 2–0 vote and became the seventh member of the jury.
Ika was the only replacement nominee option, and was evicted by Kevin’s sole vote.
Demetres was evicted when Kevin became the final HOH and cast the sole vote to evict.
Karen was the BBCAN5 runner up.
After receiving all of the jury votes, Kevin left the House with $100,000, a 2017 Toyota ’86, a home makeover from the Brick, and was deemed the winner of Big Brother Canada 5.