Amazing Race Canada Season 7 to include dating couple from Vancouver

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      A Vancouver couple is among the competitors in the latest season of the Amazing Race Canada.

      Human resources professional Aarthy Ketheeswaran, 25, and software developer Thinesh Kumarakulasingam, 28, are first-generation Canadians who are dating and moved from Toronto to live in Vancouver.

      Even though it’s the seventh season, this season will mark the first time a team from Saskatchewan will compete: 27-year-old teacher Lauren and 21-year-old yoga instructor Joanne Lavoie from Regina.

      The Amazing Race Season 7
      CTV

      The other remaining teams who will appear in Season 7 include:

      • married couple Anthony Johnson, a 33-year-old project consultant, originally from Navajo Nation, Arizona, and James Makokis, a 37-year-old doctor, originally from Saddle Creek Cree Nation, Alberta, who both now live in amiskwaciy-wâskahikan (Edmonton), Treaty Number Six Territory;
      • grandfather and grandson 65-year-old canoe instructor Gilles Miron and 20-year-old student Sean Miron, both of Sunderland, Ontario;
      • stay-at-home moms and friends 40-year-old Trish Omeri and Amy De Domenico both of Etobicoke, Ontario;
      • best friends 31-year-old personal trainer Nekeita “Nicki” Lee and 31-year-old artist/entrepreneur Aisha Bentham, both from Toronto;
      • friends and Team Canada track athletes 29-year-old Sarah Wells and 30-year-old Sam Effah from Toronto;
      • best friends 40-year-old firefighter Jet Black from Toronto and 35-year-old marketing consultant Dave Schram from London, Ontario, who are Season 1 competitors but were voted back into the competition as Canada’s Choice;
      • Quebec married couple Dave Leduc, a 27-year-old Burmese Bareknuckle Boxing world champion, and Inria Terehova, 29-year-old housewife and writer, who live in Dubai, UAE;
      • 25-year-old twin sisters and business partners Meaghan and Marie Wright from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
      The Amazing Race Season 7
      CTV

      The show, once again hosted by Olympic gold medalist Jon Montgomery, will follow the 10 teams as they compete for a new 2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS, a trip around the world for two, a $250,000 cash prize, and the title of Amazing Race Canada champions.

      Season 7 hits the airwaves on July 2 on CTV.

      The Amazing Race Season 7
      CTV

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