After properly hanging their teams' dogtag on the cart, they would receive their next clue; if the cart wasn't ready for haulage, they would have to start over and keep shoveling coal.In Bone by Bone, teams travelled to the Tyrrell Museum where they studied a mounted display of a dinosaur's skeleton.The series' premiere sponsorship partners included Air Canada, Black Berry, Chevrolet, and Interac.During the airing of the episode for Leg 3, a message read by host Jon Montgomery recognized that the 2013 Alberta floods had occurred since the filming of the leg and prior to the series premiere.In Dance It, teams went to the Chinese Cultural Centre, where they would receive a list of destinations written entirely in Mandarin Chinese.They would have to travel to these locations in Chinatown to find the four pieces of a Chinese Lion costume.Ultimately, this permit was a ruse to prevent fans from recording the event and posting it online.Casting began on December 20, 2012, with an online site for submission of applications and audition videos.
It featured nine teams of two with pre-existing relationships who raced around Canada for , two Chevrolet Corvette Stingrays and an unlimited air travel for a year with Air Canada.
The message encouraged viewers to donate to flood relief and rebuilding efforts.
The Leg 5 Pit Stop was originally scheduled to be on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, however unexpected warm weather brought more people out to enjoy the weather.
Once the calligraphy was satisfied in both symbols, the woman would get their next clue.
In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to properly learn and perform a classic Canadian line dance.