The Government of Canada funds the CBC and has recently received a large sum of money from the local Government to keep journalism alive.
The TV Station usually has a few contests per year; there are a few you can enter, mainly sponsored, but here are the following giveaways you can enter.
“CBC’s Winter Wonderland Contest”
The latest contest from CBC is here, and it’s good!
Enter for a chance to win an incredible trip to Le Massif de Charlevoix, in Quebec!
- 4 ski lift tickets
- 2 nights in a condo at the base of the mountain
- 1 dinner for 2 at the Camp Boule restaurant
- 1 dinner for 2 at the condo
- and 2 breakfast boxes for 2 at the condo
The total approximate retail value of all prizes offered is: $2,980.
How to enter this CBC Contest:
Fill out the online entry form at the link below.
Limit one entry per person per day.
- Canadian Resident
- Quebec Friendly
- Age of Majority
- Daily Entry
This CBC Contest Ends December 11, 2023
If you want to be kept up-to-date on all the latest happenings in your local area and worldwide, watch CBC News. From entertainment to business news and everything in between. If it’s happening now, CBC is sure to know about it.
CBC stands for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Did you know CBC was founded in November 1936? BC found it only on the radio at that time.
CBC Canada is responsible for multiple elements of the news in Canada. The CBC, or the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, started as a radio broadcast station in 1936 and has grown since, including radio, local television, international cable, and the Internet. The CBC covers Canada, from the weather to sports, entertainment, and news.
The CBC’s most vital guideline is to practice fair reporting. In a time when media is one-sided, this is no small thing. Yet, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation sticks by its goal to always offer the public both sides of every issue. Of course,e not everyone is interested in the news and prefers the weather station, sports, or entertainment.