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Changes to the season included the winner receiving 0,000, the title of Canada's favourite dancer, and both the winner and runner-up both received a 2010 Mazda 3 Sport.
Repeats of the performance and results show aired a week later on Much Music.
Nico Archambault married his longtime girlfriend and fellow dancer from Toronto Wynn Holmes on 10 July 2010.
The couple had been dating for three years and got engaged shortly after Archambault won in So You Think You Can Dance Canada in December 2008.
Nico Archambault is involved with the Bullying Prevention Campaign because of him having suffered greatly in school.
In agreement with TXT Carbon, he designed a T-shirt "Stand Up, Rise Up" for anti-bullying awareness with proceeds going to victims of bullying.
The series is based on the original American TV series So You Think You Can Dance.
After the win, he became well known for his lead role in the 2011 Canadian film Sur le rythme.
He was the sole contestant not to be nominated to the "bottom two" position and without being put to the risk of elimination.
He won the first title of the show at the end of nine weeks of competition, receiving 0,000 as a cash prize as well as a car.
Season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance Canada is a dance reality show and competition that airs on CTV.
It is hosted by ETalk correspondent and former Much Music VJ Leah Miller.
The prepared work was presented at the Montreal International Jazz Festival.