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  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve special, and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve special, and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In 2020, Breakfast Television announced that Canada's Got Talent will return later in May after a contest called Canadian Family's Got Talent was announced. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve special, and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve special, and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio 'SZN'. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve special, and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during special, a trip to Trinidad and Tobago and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash, a trip to Trinidad and Tobago and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash, a chance to preform in an venue in Las Vegas and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash, a possibility to preform in an venue in Las Vegas and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash, a possibility to perform in a venue in Las Vegas and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the ABC Television network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash, a possibility to perform in a venue in Las Vegas and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by Citytv during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the ABC Television network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. from ITV As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during ABC New Year's Eve bash, a possibility to perform in a venue in Las Vegas and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president, Scott Moore, announced that a second season would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". In April 2020, a spin-off version of the show called Canadian Family's Got Talent carried out virtually by ABC Canada British version picked up from ITV the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ran from April 27 to May 26. It was won by Toronto-based singing trio CZN. (en)
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  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. In 2020, Breakfast Television announced that Canada's Got Talent will return later in May after a contest called Canadian Family's Got Talent was announced. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the Citytv network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of $100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during Citytv's New Year's Eve bash and a trip to Trinidad and Tobago. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the ABC Television network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. (en)
  • Canada's Got Talent is an anglophone Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the ABC Television network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. The logo used for Canada's Got Talent does not follow the logo from America's Got Talent, but instead follows the logo from Britain's Got Talent. from ITV (en)
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  • Canada's Got Talent (en)
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  • Canada's Got Talent (en)
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