Canada's Worst Handyman 3

Canada's Worst Handyman 3 is a 2008 Canadian television series, airing on Discovery Channel Canada. It is the third season of the Canada's Worst Handyman series, a series in which five contestants arrive at the Handyman Rehabilitation Centre, where the contestants can improve on their handyman skills with the help of expert guidance. The least improved among the contestants is given the dubious title at the end of the series.

As opposed to the first season with apartment renovation and the second season with shed building, the third season will focus on both design and commercial renovation, as the Handyman Rehabilitation Centre this season will be located at a centuries-old mansion in Hamilton, Ontario, where the contestants will take charge of renovating one room, as well as a common kitchen, and turn the Handyman Rehabilitation Centre into a functional bed and breakfast. The filming site was purchased by the production company, and sold at the conclusion of the series.

As sheds are absent from this season entirely (the first season had used a shed as a centerpiece of their group challenges), the entire opening sequence has been redone for this season. Producers from the series have claimed that a record 300 applications were received for this season.

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