Mantracker auditions coming to Fort St. John

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Mantracker is officially retiring and show producers are going to be in Fort St. John looking for his replacement.

Bonterra Productions will be in Fort St. John as part of its Western Canada auditions.

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Anyone interested in auditioning to replace Terry Grant is expected to have good horse, bush and tracking skills.

The show is currently on its sixth season and filming for its seventh season will begin this year.

Auditions in Fort St. John will take place at the Quality Inn on Feb. 10.

Further information can be obtained by contacting Ihor Macijiwky, the show’s executive producer at

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