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2017/11/30 Places Worth Protecting - Photo Contest

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2017/11/30 Places Worth Protecting - Photo Contest

Enter: https://www.placesworthprotecting.ca/contest

Rules: https://natureconservancy.azurewebsites ... ations.pdf

Show your Places Worth Protecting and be entered to win an Essential Phone ($1,050 value) from TELUS. Closes November 30th, up to 86 entries/person.
HOW TO ENTER: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. To enter, entrants will be required to upload a digital
photograph of a piece of Canadian nature that you love OR a Place in nature that holds a special Place in
the entrant’s heart (see below for further details) (the “Photo”).

The Photo must be taken by the entrant after September 4, 2017 and the Photo must depict a piece of
Canadian nature that you love OR a Places in nature that holds a special Places in the entrant’s heart all
within Canada (the “Theme”). For example, the Photo could be of a nature trail within a wooden area
(subject to compliance with the Official Rules). NOTE: If a Photo contains other individuals including
minors, the entrant must have each individual’s consent or the consent of the parent or legal guardian of
any minor who is appearing in the Photo prior to submitting the Photo into this Contest. Photos will not be
made available for public viewing unless it was assigned a geographical location. Please refer to Rule 11
below for entry limits. For greater certainty, as used in these Rules, the term “Entry” and the
corresponding term “Entries” include(s) all elements of an Entry, including without limitation the applicable
Photo. Further, your Photo must not: (i) contain any personal information about you or any other
individual who may be appearing in your Photo and (ii) be a modification, enhancement or alteration of a
third party’s pre-existing work. Your Photo must be your original creation. For the avoidance of any
doubt, your Photo cannot be something that you have copied or downloaded (e.g. from the worldwide
web, stock photography or otherwise).
Good luck!
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