150 round-trip plane tickets to the NWT
Your flight to the Northwest Territories can start from Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton or Vancouver. We’ll fly you to Yellowknife, capital of the NWT, then it’s up to you to book your own hotel, B&B or campsite. All flights will be provided by Air Canada. From most destinations, you’ll transfer at Calgary or Edmonton for your flight to Yellowknife. Check out the contest rules for more info. Winners must use their tickets before Dec. 12, 2017
You can enter to win
If you are a Canadian resident, over 18 years of age and want to be one of the adventurous 3% of Canadians who will ever visit the far north, and experience some of our spectacular secrets sign up here for your chance to win. Sorry, NWT residents and Quebec residents are not eligible to enter this contest.
There are other ways to win
30,000 folders will be handed out mainly in certain major Canadian cities. Coupons for winning airline tickets will be included in 65 of these folders. Watch for the folders on the Toronto Lakeshore Go Train route; in select restaurants and mobile displays in Toronto and Vancouver, or at Outdoor Adventure shows in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary.
Watch for winners
We’ll start announcing winners on the nwtsecrets.com website on February 21, 2017.
First winners will be from randomly distributed folders and radio promotions. Winners from online entries, and super prize winners will be selected on April 10, 2017.
Yes, there are 5 “super” prizes
In addition to airline tickets, we are also awarding five super prizes of a multi-day package trip for two, custom built by Touch the Arctic Tours. Each trip ventures into a different region of the Northwest Territories and in each region we’ll share some of our spectacular secrets.
Super Prizes include:
Western Arctic Region - First stop is Inuvik and the spectacular Mackenzie River Delta followed by a side trip to Tuktoyaktuk on the edge of the Arctic Ocean,
Sahtu Region: Flightseeing in the Mackenzie Mountains, plus a side trip to Deline, a traditional Dene community on the shores of Great Bear Lake.
Deh Cho Region: A visit to Fort Simpson at the confluence of the Mackenzie and Liard Rivers, and a day trip by air into Nahanni National Park, one of Canada’s most spectacular parks.
North Slave Region: Get to know Yellowknife and all it has to offer including an afternoon fishing on Great Slave Lake, golfing at a course where ball-stealing ravens are listed as a course hazard, plus visits to nearby waterfalls, city tours and much more
South Slave Region: This region is best known for its many spectacular waterfalls, bison and the best golf course in the NWT. Hay River on the south shore of Great Slave Lake and Fort Smith, our garden city, will be two stops in this region
Super prizes include airfare to the NWT, all local travel, hotel accommodation for up to four nights and a range of exciting experiences in each region.
Super prize winners will be selected April 10, 2017.