Season 3, Episode 10
The final four contestants are given the challenge of building a pallet house when Season 3 comes to a close with Mike Holmes joining the judging panel to award the winning handyman $25,000.
Season 3, Episode 9
The Top 6 are given the task of building living room furniture using completely unconventional materials, with the judges' favorite winning a $2500 prize. Later, the contestants demonstrate their electrical and design skills on a wall, which they must also wallpaper.
Season 3, Episode 8
The Top 8 face the pressure of a one-on-one challenge with a judge. After one handyman is sent home, the rest are given two hours to build a rickshaw.
Season 3, Episode 7
The competitors build stairs and take part in a two-hour crown molding challenge.
The Top 12 are asked to create a mural with certain tools and precise measurements in two hours. Also: a soldering challenge.
The 16 finalists are split into four teams and given the task of building a unique patio space. After two contestants are sent packing, those who remain are divided into pairs and asked to construct a functional bridge.
Season 3, Episode 4
Jenn and the judges travel to Halifax, N.S., where they choose the Top 10 plywood projects and then issue a challenge involving PVC pipe. Finally, the four Eastern Canada finalists are determined after they are given two hours to build functioning bridges out of logs.
Season 3, Episode 3
Contestants in Toronto are asked to make a freestanding water tower and a hanging beanbag chair.
Season 3, Episode 2
Contestants in Winnipeg start off by presenting their premade plywood projects. Other challenges involve constructing a catapult-type device and a functioning land canoe that can carry the judges.
Season 3, Episode 1
In the Season 3 premiere, handymen from across Canada are put to their first test.