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MasterChef Canada (season 2)

MasterChef Canada
Season 2
Country of originCanada
No. of episodes15
Original networkCTV
Original releaseFebruary 1 (2015-02-01) –
May 24, 2015 (2015-05-24)
Season chronology

The second season of the Canadian competitive reality television series MasterChef Canada premiered on CTV on February 1, 2015 and concluded on May 24 with Portuguese Canadian concrete contractor David Jorge winning season, becoming the first West Coaster to win. Jorge, who resides on a hobby farm in the Panorama area of Surrey with his wife and two sons, also guest starred in episodes in Season 3 and Season 5, and competed in MasterChef Canada: All-Star Family Edition.[1][2] He is presently the oldest winner of MasterChef Canada.

After his victory, Chef David Jorge partnered up with Top Chef Canada Season 3 Matthew Stowe (from Cloverdale) to open up a steakhouse called S+L Kitchen & Bar (a steak-and-lobster seafood themed restaurant) operated by the Joseph Richard Group, with three locations open across British Columbia as of spring 2018. In the fall of 2015, Jorge signed on a contract with JRG in a partnership that involves working with Ryan Moreno, CEO of the pub/restaurant chain. The first location opened on 200th Street at 84th Avenue in Langley on January 26, 2016. A second location opened on December 23, 2016 at 200–2070 Sumas Way in the Abbotsford Village Shopping Centre. The third location opened up in South Surrey in June 2017.[3][4][5][6][7][8]

This is also the first season to feature a home cook from the West Coast (British Columbia) to compete against a home cook from the East Coast (New Brunswick) in the season finale. Additionally, Canadian Recording Artist and Citizen West Music front man Cody Karey (from Vancouver, B.C.) became the first contestant to be invited back into the competition after originally being eliminated, placing in the final four.