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Nominate Someone as a Scotia Bank Game Changer #giveaway

Almost everyone knows someone in their community that goes out of their way to change the lives of others.  A great coach, a neighbor who works hard for a charity, and those who work after school with kids making sure they are on the right path.  How many times have you wanted to acknowledge those people and to bring attention to the great work that they do?

Now Scotiabank is giving you that opportunity!  Scotiabank has created the Scotiabank Game Changers program which recognizes local heroes who create a brighter future for all Canadians.

There are some GREAT prizes for the winners!

  • 72 regional Scotiabank Game Changers will each receive $1,000 for a charity of their choice as well as a CFL prize pack.
  • From those 72, eight finalists will be chosen to receive a 100th Grey Cup VIP trip to Toronto.
  • Out of those 8 finalists, one grand prize winner will receive $100,000 for their charity.

The program runs from June 21 to November 20, 2012.

Help give back to those who give 100% to your community!  Head over to the Scotiabank Game Changers website and nominate or vote for your pick.

You can follow the campaign on the Scotiabank Game Changers Facebook Page and also on Twitter at @ScotiaCFL with the #sbgamechanger hashtag.


As an extra bonus, Scotiabank is giving away a Scotiabank Game Changer CFL football to one of our Canadian readers!

**Open to Canadian residents ONLY**

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Fan R.

Sunday 12th of August 2012

My GrandMa. teddyoutready2(at)gmail(dot)com

cathy c

Sunday 12th of August 2012

my girlfriend Mary

Debbie Petch

Saturday 11th of August 2012

I have had a really hard time the past 2 years but my mom has always been there for me.


Saturday 11th of August 2012

Allan Hirsch!


Thursday 9th of August 2012

My eldest son James, he has autism & cerebral palsy and still volunteers to support other kids with autism at summer camp. Acting as a mentor