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Bachelor In Paradise Canada's Cast List Is Out & Here's What We Know About The Montrealers

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Bachelor In Paradise Canada's Cast List Is Out & Here's What We Know About The Montrealers

Ready for the juicy gossip and drama that only The Bachelor universe can provide? A new season of Bachelor In Paradise is about to premiere β€” and, this time, it's chock-full of Canadians.

The first-ever Bachelor In Paradise Canada takes 14 Canadian fans of The Bachelor and mixes them with 12 Canadian and U.S. Bachelor alums. The show captures their search for someone special at the secluded Camp Paradise, which is on a Canadian lake.

You can tune in to Citytv on Sunday, October 10 at 8 p.m. to watch the first episode.

Two* of the singles are from Montreal, and here's what we know about them so far.

Ana Cruz

Age: 26

About: Ana is a music advertising account executive at Wavo. She describes herself on Instagram as "Latina [hot pepper emoji]," and she asks people to call her "Cruzy." Her IG bio says she's into "beauty, fashion and lots of food" and a post reveals that she caught "feels" β€” as well as "lots of mosquito bites" β€” while on the show.

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Jeremy Lohier

Age: 28

About: Jeremy is a law student at McGill University and model with Mode Models. Could he have beauty AND brains? Based on his photos, he likes long walks on the beach and doing anything athletic β€” whether rugby, football, weightlifting, Jiu-Jitsu or Muay Thai. His motto, at least on IG, is "Work hard, play hard" and he regularly posts about his baby sister, who just turned five, calling her his "#1" or "Princesa." Aw!

"Will I find my One, my Rib, my Luh this Fall on @city_tv?" he asks in an Instagram post.

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*UPDATE: An earlier version of this article, using information shared with MTL Blog by Bachelor in Paradise Canada and Rogers Sports & Media, stated that Veronique Paquette is from Montreal. She is from Sudbury, Ontario and resides in Toronto. We have updated this article to reflect the correct information.