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P.S.A.'S · 14th April 2011
Merv Ritchie
The Contest is Called “Ultimate Fishing Town” and there is $25,000 up for grabs. World Fishing Network is putting on this contest and Terrace is in a good position to take this win as long as the community gets on board and votes. Today, Thursday, April 14, we have fallen behind Port Renfrew slightly and remain in 6th place out of hundreds of communities across Canada.

Everyone can vote four times every day in four specific time slots;

Early morning - 3:01 am to 9:00 am
The early work day – 9:01 am to 3:00 pm
The afternoon evening hours – 3:01 pm to 9:00 pm
The Late night hours – 9:01 pm to 3:00 am

Voting continues everyday until 3:00 pm May 3rd.

The top 8 communities are all competing hard but everyone in Terrace knows from our Hockeyville experience how we have just what it takes.

If you have a blackberry or smart phone you could program an alarm in each of these time slots to remind you to vote online.

If you chose to conserve your time and not waste too much on this effort; program your alarm at 5 minutes before 9am and 5 minutes before 9pm. This will allow, if you vote as soon as the alarm goes off, to vote in one time slot, wait a few minutes and then vote in the next time slot.

If only 100 people did this it would be 400 votes every day.

Port Hardy has got into the swing of this and jumped 500 votes in one day.

Therefore, once again we post this as a reminder to our community. All the Hockeyville fans need to join and support our Fishingville Fans.

There is no better ultimate fishin' community than the entire Northwest. Terrace is positioned to bring the World Fishing Network to our region. It will take only a few more people voting four times each and every day until May 3rd. Simple eh? And more fun than voting for a politician!

Click on this link,

All it takes is registering your email, to secure you as a registered voter and you can begin voting.
Comment by richard on 14th April 2011
what ever it takes to win terrace.i hope all Elections,don`t operate like this. What a nite mare thinking of the next Municiple,provincal and federal Elections.
Comment by Stuart Horner on 14th April 2011
If you have more than one email account you can sign up each email address to vote.
So if you have 4-5 accounts you can vote 4-5 times in each time slot.