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Jon Pardy of Clarenville, N.L., wins season 2 of 'Big Brother Canada'

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TORONTO - Jon Pardy of Clarenville, N.L., says he was shocked to win the second season of "Big Brother Canada."

The 23-year-old student earned the most viewer votes to nab the $100,000 grand prize in Thursday's finale.

He also gets a $25,000 gift card to The Brick and a $10,000 trip courtesy of Twistos.

In a statement, Pardy says if someone had told him he was going to win from Day 1, he would have said they were nuts.

He adds he's proud to win for his province.

Sabrina Abbate, a 25-year-old hair and makeup artist from Montreal, was the runner-up and winner of $20,000.

The show sees competitors living in a house together and going through a series of physical and mental challenges until a winner is declared.

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