The Amazing Race Canada visits our favourite Edmonton projects

The Amazing Race Canada visits our favourite Edmonton projects

Last night’s episode of The Amazing Race Canada landed in Edmonton and raced through the city from one DIALOG project to the next.

Kicking off the episode from the Walterdale Bridge, host Jon Montgomery recapped the race standings as competitors began the third lag of their journey.

Upon arrival, competitors made a quick stop at The Source, headed to the High Level Street Car, and encountered their first detour with the option to “celebrate” with the Kokapelli Youth Choir at the Royal Alberta Museum, or “elevate” at the 100 Street Funicular (Mechanized River Valley Access).

After completing the detour, competitors were sent to an antique market for their next challenge and, after finding a Jon Montgomery bobblehead, left for their next stop at the Kurimoto Japanese Garden.

After finishing the roadblock, competitors raced by foot to find Jon Montgomery and complete the third lag of the race at the Aga Khan Garden.

It was an exciting, fast-paced episode for Amazing Race competitors, and equally exciting for DIALOGers watching from home.

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