Come clean about your awful bathroom at home and garden show

The Canadian Home Builders' Association, the Home and Garden Show will feature more than 100 exhibitors

If you have an ugly bathroom, the upcoming CHBA-Victoria Home and Garden Show is the one place you can brag about it.

Bring a photo of your awful bathroom to the show or enter online for a chance to win a consultation with an award-winning designer and new bathroom fixtures worth up to $5,000.

Sponsored by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, the Home and Garden Show will feature more than 100 exhibitors, including displays on garden housing and suites, presentations on growing fruit trees and a new home buyer and renovation seminar, among others.

Jillian Harris, host of HGTV Canada’s Handyman Challenge, will make an appearance.

The show happens March 9 to 11 at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, 1925 Blanshard St. For admission and scheduling details, please visit



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