Trevor Connie Is The Season 4 Winner Of CTV’s “Masterchef Canada”

A plumber/gas fitter from Edmonton, Connie takes home the title and the $100,000 grand prize.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Following an intense 12-episode culinary battle that began with a box of rice and 24 ambitious home cooks, it was revealed tonight by judges Michael Bonacini, Alvin Leung, and Claudio Aprile that plumber/gas fitter Trevor Connie (@ConnieTrevor) from Edmonton, Alta., is the winner of Masterchef Canada Season 4. Cooking his way through a demanding, uninterrupted three-hour, three course culinary showdown, Trevor was awarded the much sought-after title of Masterchef Canada and the $100,000 grand prize over runner up Thea VanHerwaarden (@Thea_van1), a broker from Vancouver, B.C.

“This experience has changed my life is so many ways and for that I am incredibly grateful,” said Trevor Connie in a media release. “I’m so honoured to have earned the title of Canada’s MasterChef. This journey has been truly humbling, and has given me the confidence and vision to pursue my food dream. I’m so thankful for the opportunity I’ve had to meet and learn from so many talented people, from my fellow home cooks, the judges, and everyone I’ve encountered during this adventure; and to my amazing family and friends who have cheered me on along the way.”

Season 4 ofMasterchef Canada is the #1 Canadian program this spring with total viewers and all key adult demos. Averaging 1.3 million total viewers weekly, it ranks in the Top 10 most-watched programs this spring with all key adult demos and consistently wins its Thursdays at 9pm timeslot.