How to enter the contest
The RED FM Vaisakhi Car Contest (hereby referred to as “the contest”) will run from Saturday March 10th 2018 to Saturday April 21st 2018.
Contest entries will be accepted at all live-on location broadcasts before April 21st and at the Vancouver Vaisakhi and Surrey Vaisakhi events.
Contest entry without a bumper sticker: Any person confirming to our eligibility criteria mentioned below can register one contest entry ballot at each live-on location. No bumper sticker or vehicle necessary.
Bonus entries only for the driver of a vehicle: If you are the driver of your vehicle and replace your old RED FM bumper sticker with the new bumper sticker or put on a new bumper sticker, then you will receive an additional 3 contest entry ballots- to make the total of 4 entries. However, if you don’t want to replace your old RED FM bumper sticker, then, show us your vehicle with our old RED FM bumper sticker to receive one additional contest entry ballot to make a total of two entries.
A contestant can only register once per day with his/her vehicle. Contestants found registering their vehicles bumper sticker more than one time during the same live-on location will have all entries voided.
A Canadian Government issued Photo Identification is needed to enter the contest.
Western Community College offers unique diploma and certificate programs in various professional fields, including Health Care, Business, Accounting, Pharmacy and IT. Their career-based programs prepare the graduates for the job market as well as for further education.
This affiliation agreement paves a pathway for the students who wish to pursue their career in Accounting field. The graduates of the Advanced Accounting Diploma program at Western Community College get transfer credits towards the BBA program at Yorkville University, BC Campus. Students completing the diploma program at WCC who achieve the required academic standing may enroll into the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with one of the four specialisations (Accounting, Supply Chain Management, Project Management, Energy Management) program and receive advanced standing.
This academic pathway will prove to be beneficial for both, domestic as well as international students, as it helps the students to build a strong foundation as well as economically tread towards the completion of their degree program.
Both the institutions will be conducting joint information sessions for the potential students to understand the pathway and seek career advice from the counsellors.
Dr. Daren Hancott, Campus Principal, YU, BC Campus and Gurpal Dhaliwal, President, Western Community College, Surrey and Abbotsford, shared that they felt excited about this new venture and were looking forward to welcome students who would take this academic pathway for their successful future.