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TV-PG+L (30 MIN)

Erin is a TV news reporter who just can't find a camera angle that will hide her bulging midsection. She signed up for boot camp eager to slim down for her new demo reel. But will four weeks with Tommy prove to be her toughest assignment yet?


TV-PG+L (30 MIN)

Shannon has always hated her wedding photos because of her weight. Now she's lost 60 pounds on her own and needs Tommy's help to lose more in time for an upcoming anniversary photo shoot. But she'll have to let go of her favourite fatty condiments, and get with the program to get photo-ready results.


TV-G (30 MIN)

This week's episode features Cambridge realtor extraordinaire Steve Bailey as he helps couple Dan and Melinda search for the perfect home. It's a real battle of contemporary vs. traditional as Dan and Melinda hash it out over where their future lies. Melinda surprises Dan with some new information, but can Steve surprise them both by showing them the perfect property? This episode features the first two of four properties Steve shows to his clients, with a special guest appearance by mortgage broker Paul Meredith.


TV-G (30 MIN)

This week's episode features Cambridge realtor extraordinaire Steve Bailey as he helps couple Dan and Melinda search for the perfect home. It's a real battle of contemporary vs. traditional as Dan and Melinda hash it out over where their future lies. Melinda surprises Dan with some new information, but can Steve surprise them both by showing them the perfect property? This episode features the last two of four properties, as well as the reveal of which house the clients decide to purchase, with a special guest appearance by interior design expert Shelley Alexanian.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Vancouver-based couple Jim and Shannon are looking to relocate to their hometown of Toronto with their two daughters. With a budget of 10 million dollars, they enlist the help of savvy realtor Sofie Kehdi. While it might first seem that Jim and Shannon are on the same page, the house hunt proves that they have some differing opinions on what makes a good investment. Sofie will have her hands full trying to meet the demands of her conflicted clients! This episode features the first two of four properties Sofie shows to her clients.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Vancouver-based couple Jim and Shannon are looking to relocate to their hometown of Toronto with their two daughters. With a budget of 10 million dollars, they enlist the help of savvy realtor Sofie Kehdi. While it might first seem that Jim and Shannon are on the same page, the house hunt proves that they have some differing opinions on what makes a good investment. Sofie will have her hands full trying to meet the demands of her conflicted clients! This episode features the last two of four properties, as well as the reveal of which house the clients decide to purchase, with a special appearance by guest agent Tyrone N. Steer.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Off on another adventure! This episode takes Mike Donia on a whirlwind tour of Southeast Asia as he searches for a home for his clients, Antonio and Kim. Featuring properties in Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines, each country has its own unique charms to offer the would-be buyers. Monkeys, mangoes and mansions are in store for Mike as he continues his hunt for that perfect property. This episode features two properties Mike shows to his clients in Thailand, with a special guest appearance by agent Max Gloeckner.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Off on another adventure! This episode takes Mike Donia on a whirlwind tour of Southeast Asia as he searches for a home for his clients, Antonio and Kim. Featuring properties in Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines, each country has its own unique charms to offer the would-be buyers. Monkeys, mangoes and mansions are in store for Mike as he continues his hunt for that perfect property. This episode features properties Mike shows to his clients in the Philippines and Indonesia, as well as the reveal of which house the clients decide to purchase, with a special guest appearance by agent Max Gloeckner.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) and the IIB investigate a national security breach when a sex tape featuring the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Cynthia Dale) goes viral.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) connects with a gifted young woman whose mental powers appear to rival or even surpass his own, and may be connected to a series of suspicious suicides linked to an old biker gang.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Despite his decision to stop using his telepathic abilities, Toby (Craig Olejnik) is forced to use them when he finds himself a hostage in the middle of a bank heist. It will take all of Toby's skills, both as a paramedic and a mind reader, to keep him and his fellow hostages alive.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Working his first official investigation, Toby (Craig Olejnik) must contend with Alvin Klein's (Peter Stebbings) skepticism and personal agenda in solving a decade-old murder.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

When the life of a superstar performer (Fefe Dobson) is threatened, Toby (Craig Olejnik) poses as her assistant to watch her back and help the IIB special ops unit investigate.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) helps the IIB investigate the abduction of an African teenager whose father is an alleged war criminal.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) uses his telepathy as surveillance when Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) goes undercover to bust a violent art theft ring.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) and Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) investigate the link between a cult and the disappearance of three young women.


TV-14+L (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) and Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) investigate the death of a pharmaceutical executive who released a drug with killer results.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

When Magnus Elphrenson (Peter Outerbridge) escapes prison again, Toby (Craig Olejnik) must help Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) recapture him before the criminal mastermind seeks vengeance on his nemesis.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) starts doubting his abilities after Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) questions the veracity of his insights during their investigation into a wealthy philanthropist's murder.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) and the IIB race to track the source of a deadly virus before the outbreak claims any more lives.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Toby (Craig Olejnik) and Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) investigate a series of violent home invasions, which are being interrupted by a vigilante citizen dressed as a superhero.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Oz (Ennis Esmer) unwittingly puts his life in danger after he convinces Toby (Craig Olejnik) to help a childhood friend who witnessed a murder.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

With Michelle's (Lauren Lee Smith) career on the line, Toby (Craig Olejnik) and the IIB must prove she was set up after a bad tip led to the shooting of a suspect.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

While investigating a domestic terror case in Vancouver, Toby is taken hostage by militant activists with plans to blow up a bank.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Arun is proof you don't have to be a Type-A chef, with the accompanying theatrics, to become a star in the kitchen. This quiet, artistic, Buddhist chef is the epitome of humility and yet his restaurant is known as the best Thai dining in America. An ordained Buddhist monk, poet, and painter, Chef Arun Sampathavivat is a master of Thai cuisine. Since opening "Arun's Restaurant in 1987, he has become world-renowned “ and won a James Beard Award as Best Chef Midwest. Celibate, he lives with his brother in Chicago and still practices the tenets of Buddhism. Although the religion espouses rejection of "worldly things, Arun has had to embrace success. Frommers has described Arun's as "the best Thai restaurant in the country.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Art Smith has come a long way from small town Florida to being short listed as White House Chef. Art started out as a personal chef at the Governor's Mansion in Florida where he was raised. In 1997, he ended up as personal chef to Oprah Winfrey for 10 years. With the blessing of the TV icon, Art opened Table 52 in Chicago, and has never looked back. He just opened his THIRD restaurant in Washington, DC and has now published 3 cookbooks “ one of which, "Back to the Table: The Reunion of Food and Family, won a James Beard Award. Art's mission is to resurrect the important role of food and "gathering at the table.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Maricel Presilla took the indirect route to becoming a chef: Dr. Presilla used to teach medieval history at New York and Rutgers universities. But in studying anthropology and culture, Maricel found herself specifically drawn to the FOOD of civilization throughout the ages. Foregoing academia for a full-on career as chef and food writer, she soon opened Zafra, a pan-Latin restaurant in Hoboken, New Jersey which has garnered rave reviews for its unique take on Latin American cuisine.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Called a "culinary genius Susur's life story is as original as his food creations. Raised in the mean streets of Hong Kong, he found refuge as a teenager washing woks in kitchens. A love affair with a Canadian woman brought him to Toronto but it ended tragically when his young wife died in a plane crash. Susur Lee decided to stay and channel his creative energy and love for food into a career as a chef. Today he enjoys international acclaim as the master of nouvelle chinoise cuisine “ a magical fusion of east and west. His restaurants Susur and Lee have drawn fans from the highest echelons of the culinary world, like renowned chefs Bobby Flay and Charlie Trotter, and writer Ruth Reichl. Food and Wine magazine named him one of the top ten chefs in the world.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Canada's first "Iron Chef, Rob Feenie is an unlikely one. A confessed hockey nut, he once aspired to be a fireman. But this working class all-Canadian boy pursued his love of food and today runs two of the best restaurants in Vancouver “ one of which, Lumiere, received the distinguished Relais Gourmand designation in 2000. Rob has an abiding love for all things French (he'd like to retire in France) and its cuisine is the inspiration for his creations. He's trained with some of the best chefs around including Daniel Boulud and Jean-Georges Vongerichten and counts celebrities like Kim Catrall, Pierce Brosnan and Michael Buble as fans.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Martin Picard is known as the wild man of Quebecois cuisine, and he's proud of it. His philosophy is to source locally-grown ingredients which he'll seek out himself if he has to. He hunts, digs clams, and hand-picks pigs from a local farm. His restaurant, Au Pied du Cochon celebrates the connection we have with the food source. There is no disguising it in his bistro: a pig's head or foot will likely be part of the presentation. His unique philosophy is striking a chord: his bistro has been rated as one of North America's best. Chef and writer Anthony Bourdain has called it "the restaurant I've been waiting for my whole life.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

In her native India, Madhur Jaffrey learned all about the unifying affects of food. More than 40 members of her extended family would routinely sit down to a meal prepared by her grandfather's cooks. Today those memories inspire her work as a food consultant, writer and former BBC cooking show host. She's also an actress who's performed in several Merchant/Ivory productions, as well as on Broadway. But it is her books, TV and radio shows on Indian food for which she is truly famous. And at age 74, she still inspires loyal fans to revel in the exotic flavours of her native India.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Marcus is truly an international chef: he was born in Ethiopia, raised by adoptive parents in Sweden, and his restaurant Riingo in New York City is Japanese/American fusion. The other, Aquavit, is world renowned and harkens back to his Swedish roots, offering unique interpretations of Scandinavian cuisine. Marcus has received more accolades before the age of 40 than most chefs do in a lifetime. He's also a painter, writer and humanitarian, supporting inner-city high school students in their efforts to succeed in the food industry. And as a spokesman for UNICEF, he leads the fight against tuberculosis which killed his mother in his birth country of Ethiopia.