Canada's Next Top Model Season 3

Season 3

Canada's Next Top Model Season 3

First Air Date: May 26, 2009

First Aired on    :   2009
Episodes    :   8 episodes



Episodes

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3x08 Finale (July 14, 2009)


Over the past seven weeks, the finalists have battled icy nerves, hot flashes and racing emotions. With eight girls down and three left, it all comes down to this. Will it be Nikita, Meaghan or Linsay? The final three battle it out for the big prize but only one can be Canada’s Next Top Model.


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3x07 Rippin' It Up (July 07, 2009)


As the girls returned to the loft after eliminations, Nikita reflected on how much she would miss Heather and Meaghan said at least no one would get them confused anymore. Linsay said for the first time she felt like she could win this, while the girls expressed their surprise that Maryam was still in the competition.


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3x06 Bright Lights - No Pity (June 30, 2009)


The girls returned home to find a letter from Rebeccah as a ‘Jay Mail’ arrived asking if they wanted to find out what it’s like on the top.


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3x05 Battle of the Blondes (June 23, 2009)


Tara’s elimination was an emotional one but the girls had to wipe their tears away and get ready to be thrust into the spotlight.


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3x04 Model Meltdown (June 16, 2009)


After eliminations, the girls returned home to find a note from Ebonie telling them to stop complaining because they were the luckiest girls in the world.


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3x03 A Warm Safe Place (June 09, 2009)


The girls had little time to reflect on what it was going to be like without Jill in the competition as a ‘Jay Mail’ informed them it was time to focus on making a big splash in modeling.


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3x02 Transformers (June 02, 2009)


As week 1 of the competition came to an end, Jill tried to come to terms with being in the Bottom 2 during eliminations as the other girls adjusted to life in the house without Tiffany.


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3x01 Ice Ice Baby (May 26, 2009)


After an overwhelming response from the cross-country audition tour, 20 finalists gathered in Toronto in hopes of becoming Canada’s Next Top Model. The girls arrived at Polson Pier and anxiously waited for the competition to begin. Host Jay Manuel arrived in a sleek black helicopter and informed the finalists he only had room for half of them and the other half would be going home right away. He called forward nine girls and said he was done. But much to everyone’s shock, he revealed the women he had picked were real models – and the other 11 were actually in the competition.




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