Big Brother Canada 2 is the second season of the Canadian version of Big Brother. Produced by Endemol USA and Insight Productions, the season premiered on March 5, 2014.
- 1 Twists
- 2 Houseguests
- 3 Voting History
- 4 Have/Have-Not Results
- 5 The House
- 6 Alliances
- 7 Game History
- 8 Notable Punishments
- 9 Trivia
- 10 References
- 11 External Links
- New Houseguests in the War Room: Following Anick's eviction, potential HouseGuests Allison, Nate, and Scott moved into the War Room, where they secretly watched the HouseGuests for a week. During Week 2, Canada voted for one of them to enter the House. Allison received the most votes and entered the House on Day 15.
- Veto Replacement: On Day 18, a special competition was held in order to win a secret power where the winner could choose themselves to replace one of the Power of Veto competitors for one Veto Competition. Adel won the power and used it in Week 7 to replace Allison.
- Canada's Head of Household: Following Ika's eviction, Canada was named Head of Household, with nominations being determined by a viewer vote. Andrew and Sabrina received the most votes and were nominated for eviction. While the Power of Veto was ultimately not used this week, had Andrew or Sabrina been saved with the Power of Veto, the HouseGuest with the next highest amount of viewer votes would have been the replacement nominee.
- Secret Power of Veto: On Day 39, Allison White acquired the Hidden Power of Veto by solving a set of riddles. The Hidden Power of Veto had the ability to be used after the regular Power of Veto and could only be used during the next three Veto ceremonies.
War Room Houseguests
Following Anick's eviction, potential Houseguests Allison White, Nate Sandriphoto, and Scott Bosse entered the War Room where they would remain for a week while the public determined which of them would become an official HouseGuest. The remaining thirteen official HouseGuests were unaware that these three were hidden inside the house.
|Nate Sandri||Not Chosen|
|Scott Bosse||Not Chosen|
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|Day 9||Day 15||Day 37||Day 43||Day 44||Day 47||Day 51||Day 52||Day 65||Day 71||Finale|
- On Week 5, Canada was the HOH.
|Key:||Immune||Nominated||Rep: Replacement Nominee||POV Holder||HOH||Jury Member||Evicted|
|Canada's HOH||SPOV: Secret POV||Canada's Vote|
- + signifies HOH for the week, thus automatic "Have" rights.
Canada was HoH during Week 5.
- First 5 (Kenny, Andrew, Sabrina, Arlie and Sarah)
- Girls Alliance (Neda, Rachelle, Sabrina, Sarah and Ika)
- The Gremlins (Rachelle and Sabrina)
- Outsiders (Paul, Kyle, and Adel)
- The Goof Troop (Arlie and Jon)
- Jeda (Jon and Neda)
- Andrew and Allison
- The Newfounds (Kenny and Jon)
- Adel and Ika
- Sloppy Seconds (Adel, Allison, Arlie, Heather, Jon and Neda)
- Neds & Heads (Heather and Neda)
On Day 1, the original fourteen Houseguests entered the house. Following this, the HouseGuests competed in the "Ice Breaker" endurance Head of Household competition. For this competition, HouseGuests stood on blocks of ice and attempted to be the last HouseGuest remaining on their block. Towards the end of the competition, Paul Jackson made a deal to keep all of the HouseGuests still in the game safe and claimed he would target those who had already dropped out of the competition. The remaining HouseGuests agreed and subsequently dropped out, making Paul the first Head of Household. During the nomination ceremony, Paul chose to nominate Andrew Gordon and Anick Gervais for eviction, honoring his agreement and nominating two people who fell out prior to his deal. Andrew was the winner of the Power of Veto. Andrew later chose to use the Power of Veto to remove himself from the block, with Ika Wong being nominated in his place. Anick became the first HouseGuest to be evicted from the house in a unanimous vote of 11-0.
Following Anick's eviction, potential Houseguests Allison White, Nate Sandri, and Scott Bosse entered the War Room where they would remain for a week while the public determined which of them would become an official HouseGuest. The remaining thirteen official HouseGuests were unaware that these three were hidden inside the house.
That night, Andrew became the new HoH after winning the "Fresh From The Farm" Head of Household competition. Andrew nominated Paul Jackson and Neda Kalantar for eviction with Paul being his main target after making nasty comments that could damage his reputation in the real world such as calling him a "sexist" and "racist". However, Kenny Brain convinced his fellow First Five ally Andrew it would be a smarter move to backdoor Kyle Shore because he is a stronger physical threat. Kenny won the Power of Veto competition sponsored by the upcoming movie, Divergent. Kenny later decided to use the Power of Veto to save Neda, Andrew nominated Kyle as the replacement nominee. Kyle was evicted by a 9-1 vote.
Following Kyle's eviction, the houseguest played in the "Rumour Has It" HOH competition. Ika Wong won and became the new Head of Household. After living a full week in the war room, Allison White was named the final houseguest to enter the Big Brother House and was given immunity for a week. However, before entering the house, Allison was given 2 rules in which she cannot mention about the war room and cannot mention that she was spying on the houseguest via the televisions in the war room. Ika later nominated Heather Decksheimer and Paul Jackson for eviction, with Heather as her main target and Paul as the pawn. Big Brother gave the houseguest a task called "Buzz-Worthy" in which the houseguest compete to be the most talked about houseguest in Canada. Adel Elseri was deemed the winner of the task and was given news about the outside world and a special power in which he can compete in any Power Of Veto competition of his choice. Ika won the POV in the "Nutcracker (or Nuts to That)" Power Of Veto competition. and decided not to use the Power of Veto thus leaving her nominations the same. Paul was evicted by a 6-4 vote with The First Five member Sarah Miller being the swing vote to foil Ika's plan to evict Heather.
Following Paul's eviction, Rachelle Diamond became the new HOH after winning the "Hang in There for HoH" Head of Household endurance competition. Later that week Rachelle chose to nominate Heather Decksheimer and Allison White for eviction. Later that week, Allison won the POV in the "Lacrosse Fire" Power of Veto competition. At the Veto Ceremony, Allison used the Power of Veto to take herself off the block. Rachelle then nominated Ika Wong in her place, putting a plan in motion to backdoor her former ally. After hundreds of colored balls dropped from the ceiling of the backyard, the houseguests then tried to count the balls or try to figure out what it means by reading the clues inside the balls. Ika won the prize by guessing the number of balls correctly. Alone in the backyard, she was given a choice of either shredding a $5000 cheque written to her by Big Brother or shredding letters from home of the rest of the house guests. During her decision, Ika was unaware that the other houseguests were able to listen and watch her via the living room televisions. In the end, Ika decided to take the $5000 and to shred the other houseguests' letters; as she knew that she would be evicted anyway, she wanted to leave with some financial gain. On eviction night, Ika was evicted by a vote of 8-1.
Following Ika's eviction, the houseguests went to the backyard expecting a Head of Household competition, but to their surprise the backyard was empty. They were informed that the Canadian Public would be Week 5's Head of Household where the viewers would vote for two people to be nominated via their website. Unlike the usual nomination ceremony, all the house guests gathered in the living room to hear the results from the host, Arisa Cox. After announcing a couple of people who were safe, she revealed that Andrew Gordon was the first nominee. After calling out the rest of the safe house guests, it was revealed that the Canadian public voted for Sabrina Abbate to be the second nominee. Later in that week, Jon Pardy won the POV in the Allison "Big Brother Airlines" Power of Veto compitition. At the Veto Ceremony, Jon decided not use it, thus keeping Andrew and Sabrina on the block. Andrew was evicted from the house by a vote of 7-2.
Following Andrew's eviction, Heather Decksheimer became the new HOH after winning the the "Blindside" Head of Household competition. Heather chose to nominate Kenny Brain and Allison White for eviction. Allison began to realize she could be in danger for the upcoming weeks, so in order to grow closer to the other side of the house, revealed The First Five alliance to them. Later in that week, Kenny won the POV in the "Yukon Gold" Power of Veto compitition. At the Veto Ceremony, Kenny chose to use the Power of Veto to take himself off forcing Heather to pick a replacement nominee. With the knowledge of the First Five alliance, Heather decided to nominate Kenny's closest ally, Sarah Miller, for eviction. With the power meter at 6,000,000 a new twist is upon the house, a Secret Power of Veto. Hidden among the house for anyone to find. Allison got to it first and now has its power. Not using it at the veto ceremony, she still remains with the veto. On eviction night, it was 4-3 vote to evict Sarah and she was evicted.
The house guests were then informed that it was a double eviction night. They quickly piled into the backyard for the HOH competition. Neda Kalantar became the new HOH winning the "More or Less" Head of Household compitition. Neda then chose to nominate Sabrina Abbate and Rachelle Diamond for eviction, with the plan to backdoor Kenny Brain. Fellow members of The Sloppy Seconds Adel, Arlie and Heather were picked to be the other veto players. Arlie Shaban won the POV in the "Dumpster Diving for Day Old Doughnuts" Power of Veto competition. Arlie decided to take Rachelle off the block. Neda then put up Kenny in her place, and by a vote of 5-1, Kenny was evicted from the house.
Following Sarah and Kenny's eviction, Jon Pardy became the new HOH winning the "How We Roll" Head of Household competition. Jon later chose to nominate Rachelle Diamond and Sabrina Abbate for eviction. While picking players for the power of veto competition, Adel Elseri used his power to remove Allison White from the veto competition, which made Allison quite angry. Jon won the POV in the "Get Packing for the POV" Power of Veto competition. After talking to some allies, Jon decided to put a backdoor plan in motion, so Rachelle and Sabrina could be saved. But Jon and his alliance could not decide whether or not they would backdoor Arlie Shaban or Allison. Jon made up his mind and at the Veto Ceremony, he took Rachelle off the block and nominated Arlie in her place. Allison used her secret power of veto to take Sabrina off the block, so Jon nominated Adel in her place. Once again the Power Meter came into play with it reaching 20,000,000 meaning one houseguest will have a secret 1 on 2 strategy session with season one showmance Emmett Blois and Jillian MacLaughlin. Arlie was evicted from the house by an unanimous vote of 5-0.
Round 1 (Instant Eviction)
Following Arlie's eviction, Neda Kalantar became the new HOH winning the "Pure 21" Head of Household competition. However, immediately following the competition, Neda was called in to the diary room where she was blindfolded and taken to the war room, where Allison, Scott, and Nate had stayed and where Allison got her secret veto. As Neda waited in the war room, the other houseguests began to wonder where she was without knowing that Neda was watching them on the TV screens in the war room. After watching her fellow houseguests for a couple hours, Arisa appeared on the TV screens and then told Neda that she had to nominate two people for eviction immediately, because it was an instant eviction. Neda immediately ruled out nominating Jon, Adel, and Heather and then had to choose between Rachelle, Sabrina, and Allison. After debating it for a few minutes, she decided on nominating Allison White and Sabrina Abbate for eviction. Neda was then taken back in to the house where she told everyone that it was an instant eviction and that she was nominating Allison and Sabrina for eviction. Neda was then given a chance to make a short speech of why she was nominating Allison and Sabrina, and during her speech, she made it clear to the house her target was Allison and that Allison could not be trusted. Minutes later, Allison was evicted from the house by a vote of 4-0.
Following Allison's eviction, Adel Elseri became the new HOH winning "The Eyes Have It" Head of Household competition. Adel later nominated The Gremlins, Rachelle Diamond and Sabrina Abbate up for eviction. Neda won the POV in the "Big Brother STAMPede" Power of Veto competition, she was once again called to the diary room by Big Brother. In the diary room, she discovered a note telling her to step out of the diary room and the secret war room will be revealed to her. Neda then followed the instructions and she quickly stepped into the secret room as the door opened. Neda then met Emmett and Jillian, from Season 1, so they could have a secret strategy session. At the Veto Ceremony, Neda decided not to use the Power of Veto, leaving the nominations the same. Knowing that her closest ally would be evicted that week, Sabrina went to Neda and Jon begging for a final three deal. Jon and Neda seriously considered taking Sabrina to the final three with them, and in the end they agreed to the deal. Jon and Neda then considered throwing the next HoH to Sabrina since they both knew her hatred for Adel and that Sabrina could possibly get Adel out. On Day 57, Rachelle was evicted by a unanimous vote of 3-0.
Following Rachelle's eviction, Jon became the new HOH after winning the "On the Ropes" Head of Household competition. Jon decided to target Heather Decksheimer, as he thought she didn't benefit his game at all. So at the Nomination Ceremony, Jon nominated Heather and Sabrina Abbate for eviction. Heather won the POV in the "Blown Away" Power of Veto competition. After the veto competition, the houseguests were called to the living room one by one. They were given an option to give up something to see a loved one. All of the houseguests accepted and got to see their loved ones for two minutes in The War Room, therefore exposing the War Room to the entire house. The houseguests' punishments were that Adel had to stay awake for 36 hours straight, Sabrina had to be on slop for the week. Heather gave up access to the HOH room, Neda gave up all of her personal belongings and Jon had to stay in the HOH room for 24 hours in solitary confinement. At the Veto Ceremony, Heather used the Power of Veto on herself and Adel was her replacement. Adel was evicted by a vote of 2-0.
Following Adel's eviction, Sabrina Abbate won the 'Before or After' Head of Household competition. Sabrina nominated Jon Pardy and Heather Decksheimer for eviction; and she was looking to target Jon. Neda, Heather and Sabrina had made a final three deal so that they could get Jon out. But Neda wasn't 100% sure that she wanted to evict Jon if she ever had the chance. But she knew that if her and Jon were the final two, it would be pretty hard to beat him. Also, Heather was her best friend in the house so she didn't know if she would evict Jon over her, or if she would evict her over Jon. Jon won the POV in the "MarshaLand" Power of Veto compeititon. On Day 67, Arisa told the houseguests that the eviction take place on the night following the Power of Veto Ceremony. After Jon used the Power of Veto on himself, Neda Kalantar was nominated in his place. Following the Power of Veto ceremony, Jon cast the sole vote to evicted Heather from the Big Brother Canada House.
- Rachelle Diamond had to wear a hot dog costume for 24 hours as a result of the Week 4 Power of Veto Competition, Lacrosse Fire.
- Heather Decksheimer had to "Walk It Off" for the rest of the week, and had to walk 1,000 steps each day as a result of the Week 4 Power of Veto Competition, Lacrosse Fire.
- Every Houseguest had the option to take a punishment in order to see a loved one during Week 9. Every Houseguest took a punishment, Adel Elseri could not sleep for the next 36 hours, Heather Decksheimer had her access to the Head of Household Room revoked for the rest of the game, Sabrina Abbate could eat nothing but slop for the rest of the week, Jon Pardy was put in solitary confinement for 24 hours, and Neda Kalantar had all access to her personal items revoked for the rest of the week.
- Neda Kalantar had to wear her costume (a Farmer Girl Outfit) from the Week 10 Power of Veto Competition, MarshaLand for the rest of the game.
- Sabrina Abbate could eat nothing but slop for the rest of the game from the Week 10 Power of Veto Competition, MarshaLand.
- This season of the show holds the record for most participants in all new player North American edition of Big Brother with 17 (15 Houseguests with 2 potential Houseguests who didn't enter)
- This season is tied with Big Brother 11 with the least amount of Jurors who were houseguests.
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