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Host, actor and voice artist, Noah Cappe has a lot of characters up his sleeve. He’s the ravenous emcee on Food Network and Cooking Channel’s Carnival Eats, the affable police chief on Hallmark Channel and W Network’s The Good Witch, and the bearer of romantic news (aka host) on W Network’s hit series The Bachelorette Canada and The Bachelor Canada.  

If you don’t know Noah yet, perhaps you saw him live in 2009, when he spent 106 days hosting the Olympic Torch Relay, rousing crowds of more than thirty thousand people at venues across Canada. Or maybe he struck a culinary chord with you somewhere between St. John’s and Tofino, as he dug-up the nation’s most coveted recipes with chef Lynn Crawford on Food Network Canada’s ongoing Great Canadian Cookbook, for which he received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Host. But if none of these roles ring a bell, you’ve definitely met Noah in radio and TV ads, which he does on the regular. He’s lent his voice to Honda, Doritos and Coca-Cola, among other household names. And until a few years ago, he was the ruggedly masculine voice of Molson Canadian beer.

So, it’s fair to say that Noah’s been busy. But for a guy on the go as much as he is, Noah’s a happy homebody when time permits. In case you’re looking for him on his next day off, check his house. You’ll probably find him in a pair of sweatpants, hanging out with his wife and two cats, prepping for his next adventure.



Over the last 12+ years Mike Holmes has gained the trust of homeowners and the respect of an industry worldwide, prompting him to build an international brand based on quality, integrity and trust. His no-nonsense, Make It Right® approach struck a chord with television audiences worldwide, prompting him to be named Forbes’ 3rd Most Trustworthy Celebrity, Reader’s Digest’s 2nd Most Trusted Canadian and the 8th Most Trusted Public Name in America.   

With over 30 years’ experience as a licensed contractor, Mike has been able to use television as a tool to help educate homeowners on a wide range of home-related issues from how to manage a renovation to proper home repair and maintenance.  Mike is the host and co-creator of the hit TV series Holmes on Homes®, Holmes Inspection, Holmes Makes It Right, Holmes in New Orleans and creator and co-host of Mike’s Ultimate Garage. He is also the executive producer of HOME FREE on Fox and most recently Holmes: Buy It Right on DIY Network.   

 When he’s not on television, Mike Holmes continues to educate and fight for homeowners rights through his many speaking engagements, public service announcements, best-selling books and weekly national newspaper column. Today fans can watch Mike in action on his latest series, Holmes and Holmes airing on DIY Network and HGTV Canada, where he joins forces with his son Mike Jr. to transform Mike Jr’s modest bachelor bungalow into the perfect, two-storey first home for him and his girlfriend Lisa.  

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Mike Holmes Jr. is a professional contractor, television host, public speaker, educator, guest expert and online personality.  Viewers have watched Mike Jr. from the age of 14 on the set of Holmes on Homes® as he helped his father on some of this most ambitious builds, including Holmes in New Orleans, Mike’s Ultimate Garage and most recently HOME FREE on primetime Fox TV.  

Following his father’s footsteps, Mike Jr. wants to do things the right way, working with respect and making homes safe and healthy. Mike Jr., continuing his passion of contracting, has gone on to co-host Holmes and Holmes, Holmes Makes It Right and HOME FREE, and was a crew member on Holmes Inspection, Holmes in New Orleans and Holmes on Homes®.   

 When Mike Jr. is not on television, he continues to educate people on the importance of home safety through his speaking engagements and media appearances, including co-hosting ET Canada “Boys of Summer” with Cheryl Hickey and Scott McGillivery, recurring DIY segments on The Marilyn Denis Show on CTV and as a Keynote speaker for Aboriginal Youth Apprenticeship Conference on the importance on apprenticeships and skilled trades. 

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Sherry Holmes was only 16-years-old when she began working at the office behind-the-scenes of the breakout series, Holmes on Homes®. Wanting to get her hands dirty, she decided to strap on her own tool belt and travel to New Orleans to help build a hurricane and flood-resistant home for a victim of Hurricane Katrina. Since then she has been a permanent member of Mike’s crew, realizing her passion for the trades.   

Sherry Holmes plays a key role in supporting The Holmes Foundation, started by her father Mike Holmes, encouraging skilled trades students to get the education they need to become top professionals by offering Make it Right Scholarship and Bursary awards.  

Continuing to encourage youth to explore a career in the trades, Sherry is involved in many speaking engagements and mentor opportunities.  Sherry appeared on CTV Morning Live to discuss the shortage of women working in skilled trades and how to attract youth to the industry and is a Keynote speaker and ambassador for the Skills Canada National Competition in June 2017. On and off the job site, Sherry continues to change the face of Canada’s skilled trades workforce, demonstrating that women can bring a new dimension to the construction industry, making it fundamentally stronger from the ground up.



One of the nation's first chefs to reach celebrity status, Jamie Kennedy remains a reliable and reputable staple in the Canadian culinary scene. In a world where trends come and go quicker than you can say "cronut," Jamie's commitment to sustainability, his artistry, and expertise combined with his farm-to-table philosophy make him one of Canada's most enduring food fixtures. On the second year of his highly-successful summer dinner series on his stunning farm in Prince Edward County, Chef Jamie has an unrivaled reputation and commitment to quality which is why he was awarded the Order of Canada



Corbin Tomaszeski knows more than anyone about the power food has to bring people together and for years he's been bringing audiences to Food Network on his many successful shows like Restaurant Takeover, Restaurant Makeover, Dinner Party Wars, and Incredible Food Race. While Corbin may be a top chef, this devoted family man and father of three believes good food should be accessible, not elitist which will be evident in his upcoming cookbook, In Good Company, chock full of delicious, approachable and family friendly recipes set for release in 2018