2 Victoria residents competing in next season of Big Brother Canada

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Two women from B.C.’s capital are competitors in the upcoming season of Big Brother Canada.

Season 11 of the reality show will introduce a special whodunit edition of the competition that will test and challenge houseguests until the season’s mystery is solved.

The new lineup of 16 players includes two women from Victoria: 27-year-old Shanaya Carter and 29-year-old Kuzivakwashe “Kuzie” Mujakachi.

Carter works as a bartender in Victoria and Mujakachi is a 911 operator, according to the reality show.

Other contestants include a yoga instructor mom of four from Calgary, a father and fisherman from Paradise, Nfld., and two superfans who hope to use their knowledge of the game to win the $100,000 grand prize.

The latest roster of houseguests in the Big Brother Canada Manor can be seen on Global and StackTV starting March 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

A full list of contestants can be found below:

  •  Amal Bashir, 28: A superfan from Toronto.
  •  Anika Mysha, 28: An investment advisor from Saskatoon.
  •  Claudia Campbell, 25: A marketing co-ordinator from Kensington, P.E.I.
  •  Daniel Clarke, 33:A graphic designer and superfan from Toronto.
  •  Dan Szabo, 28: A DJ from Niagara Falls, Ont.
  •  Hope Agbolosoo, 23: A skills coach from Milton, Ont.
  •  Jonathan Leonard, 33: A fisherman from Paradise, Nfld.
  •  John Michael Sosa, 28: A project manager from Bradford, Ont.
  •  Kuzivakwashe “Kuzie” Mujakachi, 29: A 911 operator from Victoria, B.C.
  •  Roberto Lopez, 30: A gym manager from Toronto.
  •  Renee Mior, 24: A law student from Vaughan, Ont.
  •  Santina Carlson, 29: A aesthetician from Edmonton.
  •  Shanaya Carter, 27: A bartender from Victoria.
  •  Terrell “Ty” McDonald, 28: A personal trainer from Toronto.
  •  Vanessa MacTavish, 42: A yoga instructor from Calgary.
  •  Zach Neilson, 34: A startup exec from Ottawa.

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