Canada’s Coolest School Trip Contest Launched – A Chance to Travel Back in Time!

This year, as part of the My Parks Pass program, Canada’s Coolest School Trip is going to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Fortress of Louisbourg. Your entire class could win this all-expenses-paid trip.

The grand prize winning class will go to beautiful Nova Scotia for Canada’s Coolest School Trip from June 3 to 7, 2013. The class will celebrate the 300th anniversary of Louisbourg, explore the beauty of Cape Breton Highlands National Park and make memories to last a life time.

The approximate retail value of this trip is $52,250. There will be one Grand Prize awarded to the winning class, with a maximum number of 30 students and six adult chaperones from the single winning class. The trip includes round-trip flights to and from the winning class’ nearest major airport to Sydney, Nova Scotia, four nights accommodation (double occupancy), airport transfers from Sydney to the hotel and all ground transportation in Nova Scotia, entry fees for all the activities and four breakfasts, three lunches and three dinners.

Last year we were delighted to offer our most heartfelt congratulations to the Grade 8 Class at Montague Intermediate School from Montague, PEI, for being selected as the winners of Canada’s Coolest School Trip! As the contest winners, the entire class travelled to Banff National Park for an unforgettable 4-day, 3-night adventure, courtesy of Brewster Travel and Banff Lake Louise Tourism.
The class, taught by Megan Morrison, created a video entitled “The Charlottetown Conference of 1864″ which tells the story of the fateful gathering of the fathers of confederation at Province House in Charlottetown. In case you missed their video, watch it here!

For more details, visit My Parks Pass website.

 

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