Alberta had the most Canadian Idol winners with three—Kalan Porter, Melissa O'Neil, and Theo Tams; Newfoundland and Labrador had the most runners-up with two—Rex Goudie and Craig Sharpe.
Prince Edward Island was the only province to never have had a finalist.
This is the discography of Canadian Idol first season winner and Low Level Flight vocalist Ryan Malcolm.
Toronto, Ontario was the hometown for the most Canadian Idol finalists with five, followed by Abbotsford, British Columbia with four.
Mulroney is best known as the host of the entertainment news program, etalk where he covers major events in entertainment, including the Oscars, the Golden Globes, and the Juno Awards. From 2001 to 2002, he was entertainment reporter on Canada AM. In April 2009, Mulroney added radio show host to his résumé with the launch of the CHUM Radio show, etalk 20.
The two-hour radio program is broadcast on 11 radio stations across Canada and counts down the top 20 chart-topping hits and includes celebrity interviews.
He was ousted from the band to make room for an older more "experienced" singer, Brandon Mitchell, when he was in grade 12.
After all votes had been cast on Canadian Idol, Goudie finished as runner-up to winner Melissa O'Neil.