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Win a fantastic holiday in Canada

Canada Life, as part of its centenary celebrations, is, together with Money Marketing, offering you the chance to enter this exclusive competition to win a fortnight&#39s independent tour of Canada for two people. There are two tours on offer – the Great Parks of the West or the Great Parks of the East – the choice is yours.

Great Parks of the West – 13 nights

This is a two-week circular tour beginning in Vancouver and travelling east through the Okanagan Valley, the Glacier National Park and then the national parks of Banff and Jasper. From there, you travel west through the Yellowhead Pass, Wells Gray Provincial Park and Garibaldi Provincial Park.

Great Parks of the East – 14 nights

Toronto is the starting point for this circular tour. From here you travel north to explore the national parks in Ontario&#39s interior, taking in Ottawa and Quebec City before heading back via Montreal and Niagara Falls.

The prize includes

•Economy Class scheduled return flights.

•Hotel accommodation for the nights stated.

•Car hire (intermediate size) for the duration.

Cautious times ahead -Canada Life leads the way

Canada Life, strong in its provision of wealth management products, has launched a positive solution for the investment of clients&#39 savings in today&#39s current financial climate.

The Select Investment Bond (SIB) is a unit-linked, whole of life, non-qualifying investment product available on a single or joint-life first or second-death basis for anyone aged 12 or over.

The SIB comes with:

•Free unlimited switching.

•A low management charge.

•A choice of cautious funds.

•A new service charter.

Added to this is the flexibility of open architecture choice of funds and manager of manager (a new investment model used in association with Insinger de Beaufort).

Good news, too, is that the SIB annual management charge is competitively placed at 0.35 per cent, with the investment management fee starting from 0.15 per cent gross. (This is a gross charge and does not allow for the effect for tax within the fund(s) which will reduce the net overall charge). To find out more about what the Canada Life Select Investment Bond (SIB) has to offer and to enter this competition to win a holiday for two to Canada, why not log on to the Canada Life website at www.canadalife.co.uk/holiday.

Entry details

Simply log on to the Canada Life website at www.canadalife.co.uk/holiday and answer the questions printed there relating to the Select Investment Bond. Closing date for entry is Friday, May 30. All correct answers will be entered into the prize draw and the winning entry drawn at random on Friday, June 6. The winner will be notified by Friday, June 13.

Canada Life, Canada Life Place, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire REN6 5BA. Telephone 08457 226232 Fax 01707 646088 www.canadalife.co.uk. The Canada Life marketing group consists of Canada Life Limited, Canada Life Management (UK) Limited and Canada Life International Limited. These companies are regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

Terms and conditions

No purchase necessary.

The competition is not open to employees of Money Marketing, the Canada Life group of companies and any associated companies, related parties of such employees and anyone directly connected with the competition.

By entering, entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.

Entrants will only be entered once into the prize draw.

Closing date for entries is Friday, May 30, 2003.

The winner will be drawn at random.

Canada Life will not accept responsibility for late entries or entries submitted but not received due to a technical fault.

The draw will take place on Friday, June 6, 2003.

The winner will be notified by Friday, June 13, 2003.

The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. No other correspondence will be entered into concerning the results and the judges&#39 decision is final.

Canada Life reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions or to vary the prize at anytime, if necessary, without notice, if in our reasonable opinion events or circumstances outside our control make this advisable.

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