P.G. man on Big Brother Canada new season

When Big Brother Canada's eighth season debuts on Global on March 4, it will feature two contestants from northern B.C.

Prince George resident Micheal Stubley, 25, will competing for the $100,000 grand prize alongside fellow northerner Rianne Swanson, 29, of Chetwynd.

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The spin-off reality TV series, based on the U.S.-based show Big Brother, features 16 contestants scheming and competing in challenges to avoid being eliminated.

According to a biography posted on Global's website, Stubley is an infantryman in the Canadian Forces who recently took part in special forces training. 

Swanson is an operating room nurse.

Viewers can vote to protect their favourite contestant from the first elimination by going online to www.bigbrothercanada.ca before March 1.

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