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Coast 101.1 Match The Sandals 2020 Rules & Regulations

Eligibility:
--Coast 101.1 contests are open to individuals that hold permanent residence in the province of Newfoundland And Labrador and are within the terrestrial broadcast contour of CKSJ-FM
--Those ineligible are:
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees (including those that have left employment of Coast Broadcasting Ltd within the past two years), persons that reside in the same household as Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees, and immediate family members of Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees.
-Coast Prize Sponsors for the contest, sponsor employees, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Prize Sponsor employees and immediate family members of Coast Prize sponsor employees.
-Individuals that reside outside of the CKSJ-FM terrestrial broadcast contour (ie. Those listening from a geographical distance through internet streaming).
-Those having previously participated in Match The Sandals contest in 2020. Only one Match The Sandals contest play per person per game board if a prize is won or not.
-Contest participants must be 19 years of age or older.
-A skill testing question will be posed where required by law

Contest Period:
--Contest is open from January 13, 2020 to February 7, 2020 OR at a time when the available prizes have been exhausted
--Contest will air 3 times per day Monday Friday at different specific times in the ranges of 6am-9am, 9am 3pm, and 3pm-6pm Newfoundland Time AND/OR subsequent times broadcast on Coast 101.1

Contest Participation:
--Those that choose to participate in a Coast contest will participate in a live or recorded to live contest play via telephone at a time broadcast on Coast 101.1. No purchase is necessary
--An eligible contest participant is randomly selected in the method described for that contest occasion
--Should a be caller # contest be played, the selection of the participant is to be considered a random selection of those that choose to phone. There is no skill required.
--When prompted over the air to do so, the participant must personally place the phone call to 754-1011, proxy will not be accepted and any misrepresentation will violate the participants eligibility.
-Consideration will be given to a participants use of a proxy sitting directly with the participant in the case of a participant being unable to respond verbally due to a physical impediment.
--Having successfully been chosen for participation, the contest participant will be asked reveal items hidden behind virtual number tiles. If the participant reveals two Sandals in one contest play, that individual is awarded the grand prize after verification of full eligibility. If the participant does not reveal the two Sandals, their contest play is concluded and a consolation prize may or may not be awarded. After two tiles are revealed, whatever the result, the contest play ends.

Prizes:
-Win one of Two (2) seven-night prize trips* for 1 couple (double occupancy) to Sandals Ochi Beach Resort Jamaica (or to any Sandals resort in Jamaica, excluding Sandals Royal Plantation)
-Sandals Resorts is a Luxury Included resort destination. Therefore the provided prize(s) will
include seven nights of luxurious accommodations (one (1) room, double occupancy), all
meals, unlimited premium brand beverages, daily & nightly entertainment, all land and water
sports, including scuba diving (for certified divers), Wi-Fi in all rooms and public areas,
gratuities, and transfers to and from the resort designated airport.
-Telephone calls, Red Lane Spa treatments and services, specialty dining (i.e. private
candlelight dinners), tours & excursions, inter-island transportation, SCUBA certification
courses, island departure taxes and purchases made at the Sandals Specialty Shops are
not included.
-Prizewinner(s) and guest must be at least 19 years of age.
-Sandals Resorts reserves the right to relocate any confirmed prizewinner from their resort of
choice to an alternate resort within our chain based upon availability of space for the
secured travel dates.
-The prize is subject to space availability and selected blackout dates. Reservations may not be
confirmed until 30 days prior to the selected travel date.
-Prize must be redeemed for travel between April 1, 2020 December 15, 2020 and is not
transferable or redeemable for cash. No extension will be given after the prize has expired.
If the prize is not redeemed, the prize is void.
-A prize certificate outlining the terms of the prize and redemption procedures will be
provided at conclusion of the contest period
-Unique Travel Corp. is the prize provider (the Prize Provider) in the above referenced Promotion.

Other Items:
--Coast Contest participants agree to the following:
-An understanding that they are participating in a radio contest which will involve their verbal responses broadcast over public airwaves
-Their name, general area of residence, voice (recorded or live), and likeness may be used by Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Contest Sponsors in promotional material surrounding the contest
-All prizes are to be accepted as awarded and are not transferable without the express permission of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and/or Coast Contest Sponsors
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd, Unique Travel Corp, Sandals Resorts, Air Canada Vacations and contest sponsors are not responsible for travel rescheduling/shortening of trip due to either weather related or airline disruptions. This includes denial of entry to any international port. It is the contest winners responsibility to carry a valid passport for travel.
-By accepting the prize, the prizewinner(s), his/her heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, hereby waive and release any and all rights, claims, and causes of action whatsoever he/she may have against the Prize Provider now or in the future arising out of his/her participation in the Promotion and/or acceptance and utilization of the Prize that he/she has won, or the exercise of any rights granted herein.
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd is not responsible for technical errors during the execution of a Coast Contest
-Any restitution due to a technical error is at the sole discretion of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Match The Sandals prize sponsors


Coast 101.1 General Contest Rules And Regulations

Eligibility:
-Coast 101.1 contests are open to individuals that hold permanent residence in the province of Newfoundland And Labrador and are within the terrestrial broadcast contour of CKSJ-FM.
-Those ineligible are:
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees, and immediate family members of Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees.
-Coast Prize Sponsors for the contest, sponsor employees, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Prize Sponsor employees, and immediate family members of Coast Prize sponsor employees.
-Individuals that reside outside of the CKSJ-FM terrestrial broadcast contour (ie. Those listening from a geographical distance through internet streaming).
-Those having previously won a prize, and those residing in the same household of a prize winner, in the past 30 days.
-Only one Coast Prize winner per household every 30 days
-Contest participants under the age of 18 may require to have a prize won awarded in the name of a legal guardian.
-For some prizes, a requirement of the participant being 19 or older will be confirmed during the contest play.

Contest Participation:
-Those that choose to participate in a Coast contest will participate in a live or taped to live contest play.
-An eligible contest participant is randomly selected in the method described for that contest.
-Should a be caller # contest be played, the selection of the participant is to be considered a random selection of those that choose to phone. There is no skill required.
-The participant must personally place the phone call, proxy will not be accepted and any misrepresentation will violate the participants eligibility.
-On fulfilling the eligibility requirements, the Coast Contest participant will be awarded the prize

Prizes:
-All prizes are issued in the participants name and are required to be claimed in person at the Coast 101.1 offices within 30 days of winning.
-All prizes must be claimed in person at the offices of Coast 101.1 with proper identification to confirm contest eligibility. Upon confirmation of eligibility, the prize will be presented to the winner.
-To ensure proper identification of winners, we are unable to mail prizes.
-Prizes not claimed within 30 days are to be considered forfeited by the prize winner.
-Those found ineligible after the fact while claiming a prize in person may not receive their prize.

Other Items:
-Coast Contest participants agree to the following:
-An understanding that they are participating in a radio contest which will involve their verbal responses broadcast over public airwaves
-Their name, general area of residence, voice (recorded or live), and likeness may be used by Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Contest Sponsors in promotional material surrounding the contest
-All prizes are to be accepted as awarded and are not transferable without the express permission of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and/or Coast Contest Sponsors
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd is not responsible for technical errors during the execution of a Coast Contest
-Any restitution due to a technical error is at the sole discretion of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Contest Sponsors

Coast 101.1 Privacy & Anti-Spam Policy

Coast 101.1 will occasionally ask personal information from our listeners for the purposes of participation in radio station and radio station client promotions and for identification in claiming prizes. All information is held for the exclusive use of Coast 101.1 and sponsors. By providing a valid email address for a contest entry though www.coast1011.com, you are granting permission to be contacted via email by Coast Broadcasting Ltd and/or a sponsor of the contest being offered. If after the first email contact you wish your information from our database, please contact General Manager Allan Gidyk at allang@coast1011.com

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Tuesday, January 28th, 2020


All schools in the St. Johns metro region will be open today (January 28) for all students and staff. Some schools have adjusted bus routes.

MacDonald Drive Junior High students are reminded that today is the deadline for ordering PINK T-shirts for Anti-Bullying day.

Prince of Wales Collegiate second semester parking permits will be put into effect beginning Feb 5th. Students who wish to have a permit must submit the parking permit application form to the office by Friday (Jan 24th). Applications can be picked up at the main office.

ODonel Highs is raising money for Prom with a Subway fundraiser. All money and orders must be turned in by Feb. 4th.

There will be an information session on February 10th & 11th at the Memorials St Johns campus starting at 6:30 pm in the Bruneau Centre. All metro high school Gr 11 & 12 students and their parents/guardians are invited to attend.

https://www.mun.ca/undergrad/events/domestic-prospective.php


Waterford Valley High grad photos have been rescheduled to the week of March 30th to April 3rd.



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Friday - partly sunny, high -1

Send your cancellations to onair@coast1011.com

Provincial & Municipal
-The State of Emergency for St. John's should be lifted by 6 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25. An announcement will be made on Friday, Jan. 24.
All businesses and other community organizations in St. Johns will be allowed to access their premises as of 6 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 24 for the purposes of preparing to reopen.

The City of St. Johns hopes to be in a position to lift the State of Emergency on Saturday, Jan. 25; a decision on this will be announced on Friday.

Effective Friday, Jan. 24 at 6 a.m. all businesses and community organizations may:
call in staff
have suppliers make deliveries
procure any and all technical or supportive services required to reopen

Businesses and organizations are reminded that they are not permitted to open to clients/customers until the State of Emergency is lifted.

Individuals who live in St. Johns but work in other municipalities are permitted to travel.
Travel to St. Johns International Airport is permitted.
Taxis are permitted to resume full operations.
Oil companies to begin delivering home heating fuel.
All medical, health and dental practitioners are now permitted to open as of 8 a.m. Thursday.
Veterinarians are permitted to open as of 8 a.m. Thursday.
Robin Hood Bay landfill is open for commercial haulers and other municipal customers only; the residential drop-off will not be open.
Garbage and recycling collection in the City of St. Johns will not go ahead.
Pharmacies and food stores are permitted to open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Private snow contractors and associated equipment maintenance shops may continue to operate.
Gas stations may open.
The new 24-hour parking ban outside the downtown and business district is in effect; parking is not permitted on City streets in this area.

The City anticipates - presuming we are not impacted by any further snow or ice conditions - to be able to have most roads widened early next week. Once widening is completed, we will be able to begin the process of addressing sidewalks.

Residents (including employees of opened facilities) may drive to and from these exempted locations. Please drive carefully and watch for pedestrians and snow removal and emergency equipment; many streets are still very narrow; carpool if possible.

Please, stay off city streets to the fullest extent possible; reduced congestion on streets means snow removal can happen quicker and the City will be able to transition away from a state of emergency faster.

-The state of emergency for the Town of Paradise will be lifted effective 6:00 a.m. Friday, January 24. Based on the current progress of snow clearing and street widening operations, the Town is now in a position to be able to lift the state of emergency.
As street widening will be ongoing and with the considerable amount of snow that fell in the Town, effective immediately, the Town is implementing a 24 hour parking ban. No vehicles are permitted to park on any Town roads. When residents are doing snow clearing on their properties, they may park a vehicle on a Town road, but the vehicle must not be left unattended and must be moved immediately should snow clearing equipment be in the area.
On Friday, January 24, the Town Hall is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the Paradise Double Ice Complex is open from 7:00 a.m. to 11 p.m. Special recreation programming is being offered again at the Paradise Double Complex to give residents options to get out and about after all the severe weather. Visit paradise.ca/programs for all the details.

-The City of Mount Pearl will lift the state of emergency effective Friday, January 24, 2020 at 6:00 a.m.
All City of Mount Pearl recreation facilities will resume operations on Friday, January 24, and open for regular business hours.
To aid with the ongoing snow clearing operations, the City of Mount Pearl is implementing a 24-hour parking ban, until further notice. Residents and businesses are prohibited from leaving a vehicle unattended on any City street. When clearing driveways, vehicles may be moved into the street, but they must be attended at all times and easily removed as to not impact snow clearing operations.
The City anticipates that most roads will be widened early next week. Once widening is completed, we will be able to focus additional efforts on clearing sidewalks.

- Portugal Cove-St. Philips and Torbay have lifted the State of Emergency.

-  Eastern Health will be back to full services on Monday, January 27. Eastern Health is moving forward with its recovery plan to bring all services up to normal levels in preparation for when the States of Emergency are lifted.
Eastern Health continues to focus on urgent and emergent services for Friday, January 24. We would like to reassure the public that our team is very busy rebooking any missed appointments, procedures and surgeries due to the recent snow storm. Eastern Health will be contacting patients directly regarding their new appointment times at the Health Sciences Centre, Janeway Childrens Health and Rehabilitation, the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre, St. Clares Mercy Hospital, Waterford Hospital and Dr. L.A. Miller Centre.
Patients previously booked for procedures, surgeries and/or appointments for the week of January 27, will proceed as normal and therefore patients should show up as scheduled.

-Support is now available for vulnerable populations who require physical assistance with snow shoveling for home access only: call 311 or 754-CITY (2489), only if necessary.
-Mile One Centre and the St. Johns Convention Centre will remain closed Wednesday, January 22nd.

-Provincial Government offices in the St. John's metro region will be closed for the remainder of the week, with the exception of executive level staff and ministerial executive assistants who are expected to report to work Thursday, January 23
- Garbage and recycling collection for St. John's is cancelled for the week
-Garbage and recycling collection has been cancelled for the week in Mount Pearl.
- Garbage and recycling collection in Paradise is cancelled for the week
- Torbay garbage collection cancelled for the week.
-C-NLOPB offices will be closed all week
- All metro area schools are closed for the week
-St. Bonaventures College will be closed for the week
-Memorial's St. John's, Marine Institute and Signal Hill campuses, including the Childcare Centre, are closed all week.
-CNA Seal Cove, Ridge Road, & Prince Philip Drive (ATC, child care centre & Topsail Rd. offices) campuses in St. John's; Placentia & Carbonear campuses will remain closed all week.Prince Philip Drive (PPD) campus child care centre in St. John's will remained closed until Monday, Jan. 27.
- Public libraries are closed
- All Courts in St. Johns, including the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court (General Division and Family Division), Provincial Court and the Sheriffs Office, will remain closed during the State of Emergency.


Businesses & Local
-Avalon Mall will remain closed


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