CLASS ACT CANADA

Class Act Canada is an international, Internet-based contest beginning this month that will award 10 students an all-expenses-paid education at one of Sprott-Shaw Community College’s B.C. campuses. The value of each scholarship is upwards of $100,000 and includes books, tuition, airfare, food and lodging and transportation to and from the campus of the winner’s choice.

THE CONTEST IS INTENDED TO BE CONDUCTED WORLDWIDE AND SHALL BE CONSTRUED AND EVALUATED ACCORDING TO APPLICABLE CANADIAN LAW. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. PARTICIPANTS MUST BE OF THE AGE OF MAJORITY IN THEIR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE OR OLDER AT THE TIME OF ENTRY. VOID IN WHOLE OR PART WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. ENTRY IN THIS CONTEST CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE OF THESE CONTEST RULES (THE “CONTEST RULES”).

1. ELIGIBILITY. To be eligible for this Contest, an individual must:

be of the age of majority in his/her country of residence or older at the time of entry; and

be legally able to travel to Canada and have any and all necessary documentation as may be required for presentation to Canadian and/or International customs and airport personnel.

Employees of Sprott Shaw and the Post Media Group (collectively, the “Sponsors”), their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, related companies, advertising and promotional agencies, and the household members of any of the above, are not eligible to participate in the Contest.

The Sponsors shall have the right at any time to require proof of identity and/or eligibility to participate in the Contest. Failure to provide such proof may result in disqualification. All personal and other information requested by and supplied to the Sponsors for the purpose of the Contest must be truthful, complete, accurate and in no way misleading. The Sponsors reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to disqualify any entrant should such an entrant at any stage supply untruthful, incomplete, inaccurate or misleading personal details and/or information.

2. CONTEST PERIOD.

The Contest, which will be conducted in four phases, begins at 9:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (“EDT”) on August 20, 2009 and ends at 9.30 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) on Dec 1, 2009 (the “Contest Period”) after which time the Contest will be closed.

Phase One

Applications for the first phase of the Contest will be accepted between 9:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (“EDT”) on August 20, 2009 until 9.30 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) on Sept 20, 2009. Judges will then shortlist the top 100 vote getters.

Phase Two

The top 100 vote getters will be informed via email on Sept 25, 2009.

Between 9:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (“EDT”) on Sept 25, 2009, until 9.30 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) on Oct 16, 2009, the top 100 shortlisted candidates will seek another round of votes. They can add to their original applications video and text messages. After Oct 16, 2009, Judges will shortlist the top 100 to the top 20. All applications will be closed at this point.

Phase Three

The top 20 vote getters will be informed via email on Oct 23, 2009.

Between 9:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (“EDT”) on Oct 23, 2009, until 9.30 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) on Nov 6, 2009, the top 20 shortlisted candidates will seek another round of votes. They can add to their original applications video and text messages. During this period, Judges will rank the top 20 based on the number of votes they get and their overall applications. Between Nov 10 and Nov 20, 2009 Judges will select the 10 Class Act Canada champions. (this will include a winner from the PNE portion of the contest)

Phase Four

The top 10 Class Act Canada champions will be notified vie email and registered mail by the end of the business day of December 1, 2009.

3. HOW TO ENTER.

There is no purchase necessary to enter the Contest. To enter online, complete and submit the entry form located at Classactcanada.com (the “Contest Website”). No entries will be accepted by any other means.

Limit of one (1) entry per person (see Contest Period phases). In the case of multiple entries, only the first eligible entry will be considered.

All entries become the sole property of the Sponsors and none will be returned for any reason. Entries must be received no later than the end of the specified Contest Period. Entries will be declared invalid if they are late, illegible, incomplete, damaged, irregular, mutilated, forged, garbled or mechanically or electronically reproduced.

No communication or correspondence will be exchanged with entrants except with those selected for the prizes (as defined below).

Entries received online shall be deemed to be submitted by the authorized account holder of the e-mail address associated with the entry. For the purpose of the Contest Rules, “authorized account holder” of an e-mail address is defined as the natural person who is assigned to an e-mail address by an Internet access provider, on-line service provider, or other organization responsible for assigning e-mail addresses for the domain associated with the submitted e-mail address. Each selected entrant may be required to provide the Sponsors with proof that the selected entrant is the authorized account holder of the e-mail address associated with the winning entry.

4. PRIZE

There are 10 prizes* available to be won in Class Act Canada 2009 which includes the following:

a) round-trip economy airfare for Winner, who must be of the age of majority in his/her country of residence at the time of travel booking, leaving from a gateway in the country of residence as selected by the Sponsors to the Vancouver International Airport in Canada. All travel arrangements and details will be handled and selected by Sponsors in their sole discretion for Winner. Subject to availability and change. Blackout dates may apply. Travel related terms and conditions apply.

b) Actual value of total prize for all 10 winners will not exceed C$1million. Prizes for each winner will depend on departure city, Sprott Shaw educational courses, accommodation and activities selected by the Sponsors.

c) Winners will be determined upon Sponsor selection criteria and coordinated with judges.

d) Should winners be unable to travel on the dates and times designated by the Sponsors, the Prize/prizes will be forfeited and awarded to alternate winners. Winners will be responsible for transportation to and from originating airport, travel and medical insurance, travel documentation, airport improvement fees, taxes, gratuities, telephone calls, and any other expense not explicitly included in the Prize.

e) Winners not entitled to monetary difference between actual Prize value and stated approximate Prize value, if any.

f) Prizes will be distributed within ninety (90) days after Winner has been successfully contacted and notified of his/her Prize and fulfilled the requirements set out herein.

g) Prize must be accepted as awarded and cannot be transferred, assigned, substituted or redeemed for cash, except at the sole discretion of the Sponsors. Any unused portion of a Prize will be forfeited and have no cash value. The Sponsors reserve the right, in its and their sole discretion, to substitute a prize of equal or greater value if the Prize (or any portion thereof) cannot be awarded for any reason.

h) The Sponsors shall not assume any liability for lost, damaged or misdirected Prize.

CLASS ACT CANADA

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11 thoughts on “CLASS ACT CANADA

  1. This is a great initiative and a great opportunity! Am in the contest.

  2. rameez akhtar says:

    hello sir my name is rameez akhtar i belong to mingora swat sir how i cajn apply to this scholarship

  3. Rameez:
    All the information you need to apply can be found at http://classactcanada.com. In short, you must send a video or written essay explaining how you would use this free education to help your community. Good luck!

  4. hi sir/madam
    it is a great oppurtinity & i hope i will be part of it with the difficulties in africa

  5. kashif khaN says:

    DEAR sir
    My name is kashifkhaN im from swat valley ..as u all know that we the people of swat are suffering from war almost from three years….so now being a student we have no choice for studies becoz of financial problems …we are looking towards yours help.

  6. wendmagegn geleta says:

    my name is wendmagegn geleta from Ethiopia now am finished grade 12 and 3rd semester civil engineering student in adama university i want to learn architectural engineering that is ever my wish please help me to get scholarships and sponsors to learn my bes wish . tanks .
    email wendmgeleta@yahoo.com
    p.no +251913522459

  7. mulugeta negero says:

    Hi
    I am in Africa. My home land as well as citezenship is Ethiopia but I live in Sudan as a refugee. I have been awarded B.A (Honour) degree from the University of Juba, College of Arts and Humanities, Dept. of English language in the begining of 2010 scoring 3.41 GPA. I have been looking forward if I can get free oversea cholarship to do my Masters to raise my competence level. I am interested in field of studies like international releationship, peace and developments, human resource management, sociology or related social and developmental studies.
    It has been long time dream to me to come across this great adevantage and hope you do all your best to quinch my freestudy abroad thrust. Your consideration in this aspect will be highly apperciated .
    Thank you

  8. Fredrick muchele says:

    I am a Zambian aged 27 year old. Investing in me by granting me this scholarship is like investing in the future health and well being of Zambia.My goal to get a degree in International business administration to become a strong leader in Zambian business and economics in order to encourage private investment in my country. Beyond my past and future achievements lies a strong desire to become an instrumental member of society, using all of my energy to bring about constructive change and create more paths to the “good life” for underprivileged people in communities. I enjoy working on improving lives through education and health care for sick, uneducated, and underprivileged people. Improving education has been shown to be the most significant way of preventing poverty, HIV, and AIDS in Africa. I want to exemplify what a good education can do for someone.my parents have both passed on. in Africa and the world. Your willingness to extend the gift of a scholarship to me does more than send one student through college; it supports the future of a nation.currently am at U.S.A
    I will be very grateful for any feedback.
    Thank you
    Fredrick Muchele
    My contact
    Email muchelef87@yahoo.co.uk
    +7636571290

  9. I am Rev.Najum Ghouri from a rural area of Pakistan.I would like to request you that How I can get Scholorship for higher Education in Thealogy.
    God bless you.
    In His Service.
    Rev. Najum
    Dhamonki Pakistan

  10. Mr, G. O Mustapha says:

    I graduated in 2007 and serve my country in 2008 to 2009 with federal education agency in my country and want further my education post graduate in public administration in any canadian school…i need further education to support my community here in africa. Please how can you help me out…my contact +2348034769227. Thanking you in anticipation

  11. Pastor Emmanuel Nyamekye Essandoh says:

    Please,by the grace of God i have been admitted at Prairie Bible Institute and i am looking for scholarship to pay my first year fees of at least $12,000 (CAN).I am pleading and appealing to your organization to come to my aid by donating the amount into my student account at Prairie Bible Institute to enable me achieve my God given dream.Thank you.

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