January 14th, 2012

Enter here every day for a chance to win a $6000 Travel Voucher. Six grand will get you a nice vacation. No Motel 6 for me on this trip. Good Luck!

Entry Frequency: daily
Age: age of majority

Expires February 5, 2012
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16 Responses to Win a Travel Voucher

  1. Jane says:

    Pour participer au concous, vous devez regarder la programmation de Radio-Canada, entre le 9 janvier et le 5 février 2012, et noter l’indice du concours qui sera diffusé dans un message lors de pauses commerciales.

  2. Penny says:

    I sure could put a $6000.00 travel voucher to good use.

  3. Christine Holliday says:

    What does one put in the area marked index? anyone? pardon my ignorance.

  4. Sylvia says:

    Is there an English version of this entry form?

  5. Christine says:

    My computer translates.. the “indice” becomes index, but that isn’t helping me.lol

  6. Sarah says:

    In the space for “indice” I put “I don’t know what this means in English” and my entry was accepted.

  7. jennifer says:

    great contest

  8. Marina Bird says:

    I’m confused too. I have a French dictionary that translates French to english and it gives sign, mark, token, index and I’m still confused. If you go to Foxfire it has a translate on google bar.

  9. Jane says:

    “… l’indice du concours qui sera diffusé dans un message lors de pauses commerciales.” I think we’re meant to watch Radio-Canada and stick around for the commercials.

  10. Karen says:

    My daughter translated for me, they will give a ‘hint’ word on the Radio-Canada between Jan 9 and Feb 5. I just entered natura….probably too simple.

  11. Jennifer R says:

    Karen is right, “indice” means clue. Jane (first post) says that you have to listen for the clue given during the programming. 🙂

  12. ELIZABETH says:

    how do you translate from french to english?

  13. Amena says:

    use http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ to translate the page

  14. ashley says:

    You also have to put what classic dish you eat natura with (i think. I dont know) So i google translated cereal. cereales… I used code word chocolat. Its one of the flavours. Someone should try code word “no english people” 😛