Enter here every day for a chance to win a 1-week trip for 2 to Scotland. What’s the touristy thing to do in Scotland? They don’t have a Disneyland as far as I know. Good Luck!
Entry Frequency: daily
Age: age of majority
Yup, our tax dollars at work in this bilingual paradise…and where is the English version of this site?
need a clue word to enter
You have to watch the tv program to get the clue
Our tax dollars at work in this bilingual paradise…and where is the French version of the CBC site?
CBC = English
ICI Radio-Canada or ICI TOU.TV = French
What your problem?! Peace!
Montréal (Québec) depatrture!
Chill out @jim. How many contest sites are english only?
Clearly you are one of _those_ people who post anonymous crazy talk on the CBC forums…..
March 27 clue: Glasgow
More from the rules via edited Google Translate:
— “listen (??) to the show Tout le monde en parle, broadcast on ICI Radio-Canada TV, on Sunday at 20 pm during the Contest Period, and note the “indiice.”
—VIP trip for two (2) people in Scotland including:
Roundtrip airfare Montreal – Glasgow with Air Transat in economy class;
Three (3) nights hotel GoGlasgow the Urban Hotel in Glasgow;
Two (2) nights at Le Kingsmill Hotel in Inverness;
One (1) night at the Hotel Carlton Hotel in Edinburgh;
One (1) pass for the tour Historic Scotland Explorer to two (2) people, giving free access to 77 castles and properties owned by Historic Scotland;
A rental car for the duration of the trip. For the car, note that the winner or the person who accompanies must hold a valid driving license. No transport mode substitute will be provided.
Prize winner and accompanying person must … bear the following expenses: Transportation costs, including the winner’s home to the Montreal airport; Gratuities and meals; All personal expenses.
Im glad my auto fill knows french haha
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