This fall, we’re celebrating 25 years of HGTV. That’s 25 years of ambitious renovation plans, remarkable tear downs and life-changing reveals. To mark the quarter century of your favourite home and renovation network, we’re highlighting some of the legacy stars who have helped make it great, plus some of the newest talent on your screens that are revolutionizing design and renovations.

The OG Family of HGTV Canada

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The best movies set in New York

  The best movies set in New York New York City might be the most iconic destination in the world—at least when it comes to Hollywood films. From mobster movies and romantic comedies to superhero flicks and musicals, many old and new stories are told among the Big Apple’s skyscrapers, bright lights and busy streets.

With five shows as the host (not to mention multiple guest and judge appearances), it’s impossible to recognize the last two and a half decades of HGTV Canada without a nod to home expert Bryan Baeumler and his designer wife, Sarah. Bryan’s first appearance was back in 2007 as the host of Disaster DIY. Since then, both he and Sarah have appeared on House of Bryan, Leave it to Bryan, Bryan Inc. and the fan favourite, Island of Bryan.

The Queen and her Canadian prime ministers: An exclusive oral history

  The Queen and her Canadian prime ministers: An exclusive oral history Historian and political speechwriter Arthur Milnes has spent years studying the Crown’s relationship with Canada and its leaders, and assembled this exclusive oral history of Elizabeth’s remarkable and enduring bond with her Canadian prime ministers. Justin Trudeau 23rd Prime Minister of Canada From an interview with Arthur Milnes “I have taken every single opportunity I have had, to have those personal moments and connections with her. Getting that personal connection is really, really important … because I do so value her perspective and just enjoy chatting with her more than just about anyone else in the world … Prime Ministers [of Canada] are in a very uniqu

What’s next for Bryan? He and best buddy, Scott McGillivray have an exciting new show, Renovation Resort, coming this spring.

Watch: The Baeumler’s Move Into the Finished Hangar

The Investment Expert

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'Gilmore Girls' cast: Where are they now?

  'Gilmore Girls' cast: Where are they now? Find out what the actors and actresses from 'Gilmore Girls' are up to these days.

The money-making expert of the network has been helping homeowners with their income properties on your screens for over a decade since the premiere of Income Propertyin 2009. Since then, he’s shared his expertise (and dad jokes!) on several shows including Moving the McGillivrays, Buyers Bootcamp with Scott McGillivray and most recently, Scott’s Vacation House Rules and Scott’s Own Vacation House with co-host and designer extraordinaire Debra Salmoni.

The Titans of Renovations

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Erin Napier Posts Sweet Tribute to Husband Ben for His 39th Birthday: 'Blessed by You'

  Erin Napier Posts Sweet Tribute to Husband Ben for His 39th Birthday: 'Blessed by You' The HGTV couple have been married for 13 years and share daughters Helen, 5, and Mae, 14 months . Adding, "Except for the fast driving. I'll keep being a granny driver. ????" RELATED: Ben and Erin Napier Bought the Iconic Pearson Family Jeep From 'This Is Us' On August 30, Ben showed his appreciation for his wife in a similar post for Erin's 37th birthday. His 10-photo Instagram carousel gave followers an inside look into some of the couple's most memorable moments — including their cover shoot for PEOPLE's Jan 4. 2021 issue.

Former CFL athlete turned star builder Sebastian Clovis joined the HGTV Canada family in 2014 as the host of Tackle My Reno before teaming up with boujie-on-a-budget designer Samantha Pynn to co-host Save My Reno. Sebastian is now the host (not to mention creator and executive producer) of new series, Gut Job (where you can catch Sam making an appearance, too!).

Related: Epic Reveals From Sebastian Clovis’ Gut Job Renovations

Hometown Heroes

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Celebrate 25 Years of HGTV Canada With These Design and Reno Changemakers

  Celebrate 25 Years of HGTV Canada With These Design and Reno Changemakers During an appearance on the "Table Manners" podcast, Shania Twain looks back on a dinner date she once had with Oprah Winfrey, recalling how it "went sour".

Speaking of renovations, new face to the network Mandy Rennehan has been making a splash renovating several properties in her hometown Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, all while providing mentorship to skilled apprentices on new series Trading Up With Mandy Rennehan.

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Bindi Irwin Opens Up About Raising Daughter Grace: 'I'll Always Be There for Her'

  Bindi Irwin Opens Up About Raising Daughter Grace: 'I'll Always Be There for Her' "I'm incredibly lucky to be her mama, holding her hand as she navigates life until she's ready to take on the world," says Bindi of 1-year-old daughter GraceWhen Bindi Irwin was asked to write the foreword for the fifth volume of Good Night Stories from Rebel Girls: 100 Inspiring Changemakers, the Crikey! It's the Irwins star, 24, was onboard immediately.

Meanwhile, over in Dartmouth, Prince Edward Island, Randy Spracklin and the Rock Solid Builds crew restore and renovate historic properties that showcase the east coast’s charm.

Sliders dismayed over Calgary track reno money funnelled to public day lodge

  Sliders dismayed over Calgary track reno money funnelled to public day lodge CALGARY — Provincial government money set aside to renovate the sliding track at Calgary's Canada Olympic Park has been redirected into the park's commercial side to a public day lodge. The sliding track that's been the home of national luge, bobsled and skeleton athletes since the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary was closed in 2019 awaiting a $25-million renovation. The provincial government committed $10 million and the federal government another $7 million to the renovation costs. WinSport, which oversees the park, had to come up with the remaining $8 million.

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The Dynamic Duos

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Fans of Making It Home With Kortney & Kenny know and love the chemistry between Kortney Wilson and Kenny Brain. The contractor/carpenter and designer duo are the ultimate friendship goals (and they know a thing or two about transforming homes).

Watch: The Best Kortney and Kenny Bloopers From Making It Home

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Speaking of pairs we love on our screen, we couldn’t forget the original real estate duo, Jonathon and Drew Scott. The contractor and real estate expert brothers have graced screens for over a decade, since their first hit series Property Brothers premiered in 2009. Since then, they’ve hosted several other series from Buying and Selling to Brother vs. Brother and Property Brothers: Forever Home (among many).

Explore more shows and hosts that have made the network great over the years, and watch new episodes of all these series on HGTV Canada, also available on the Global TV App and on STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels and Rogers.