Canada 150 Adventure contest winners announced

The Black Press Canada 150 Adventure Prizes have been awarded. The winners of the contest, which offered participants a chance to win vacations, adventures, tickets and cash prizes are as follows:

• Grand prize – Great Canadian Getaway Trip for two from Vancouver to Halifax, NS, sponsored by Travel Best Bets, Travel Brands and Air Canada. The prize includes five nights accommodation, airfare and $1,000 spending money. Winner: K.Bertrand, Chilliwack, BC

• Fraserway RV: One week RV rental, $500 groceries, $100 gas. Sponsored by Fraserway RV. Winner: S. Cleland, Union Bay, Vancouver Island, BC

• Three-day weekend or four day mid-week (2017 season) 24 sleeper, Genesis 66 Waterway Houseboat Trip. Sponsored by Waterway Houseboats. Winner: K. Brookes, Langley, BC

Other winners are:

• Tickets to Coldplay BC Place Stadium Vancouver Sept. 29/17 — L. Cochrane, Duncan

• Tickets to Bruno Mars Rogers Arena Vancouver – July 26/17 — G. Dube, Fernie

• Tickets to BC Lions (Date TBA) — M. Deadmarsh, Kelowna

• Tickets to BC Lions (Date TBA) — G. Wiltse, Kelowna

• Tickets to BC Lions (Date TBA) — J. Forsyth, Maple Ridge

• Tickets to Vancouver Giants (Date TBA) — P. Selby, New Westminster

• Tickets to Vancouver Giants (Date TBA) — M. Watt, North Vancouver

• Tickets to Vancouver Giants (Date TBA) — N. Borkowski, Surrey

• Two return helicopter trip fares from Vancouver to Victoria by Helijet — K. Reid, Sidney

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — E. Burnett, Kelowna

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — A. Baumfield, Agassiz

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — W. Mott, Trail

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — B. Vanbeers, Vancouver

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — D. Hill, Cranbrook

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — S. Lau, Victoria

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 —J. Ens, Abbotsford

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — R. Davidson, Coquitlam

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — S. Emro, Delta

• Prospera Credit Union Cash Giveaways $150 — P. Scott, Surrey

• Two Night Getaway – Ramada Kelowna & 4 Green Fees at Gallagher’s Canyon — D. Coulas, Hope

• Two Night Getaway – St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino, Cranbrook — S. Casey, Lumby

• Two Night Getaway – The Beach Club Resort, Parksville — N. Atleo, Nanaimo

• Two Night Getaway – Oak Bay Beach Hotel, Victoria — R. Fenton, Prince Rupert

• Two Night Getaway – Fairmont Express Victoria, incl. dinner for two — S. Nelson, Quesnel

• Two Night Getaway – Union Club, Victoria — J. Beal, Red Deer

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