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Here are the voting rules for Kraft Hockeyville if Castlegar is selected as one of the top 16 communities in Canada on Saturday night (March 8th) during Hockey Night in Canada - second intermission of game one:

To be eligible to vote, you must be a legal resident of Canada and be 13 years of age or older as of the start of the Competition Period. Entrants who have not reached the age of majority (13 - 17 years) as of the start of the Competition Period (a "Minor Entrant") must have the authorization of their parent or legal guardian to participate. Voters can vote for their favourite Community within the Top 16, online and/or by phone as follows:

online at www.krafthockeyville.ca<http://www.krafthockeyville.ca>:

Select which Bracket you wish to vote for (West or East) Next, chose a community and click "Vote" - Select WEST and then CASTLEGAR

Enter the verification information in the provided field Indicate if you are "between the ages of 13 to 17 and have my parent's consent to vote.", or "18 years of age or older."

Click "Place Vote";

Via toll free telephone 1-866-533-8066 and follow the automated voice prompts. The automated voice prompts will:

Ask you to confirm you are between 13 and 17, and have legal guardian permission or 18 and older Ask you to type in the 2 digit code corresponding to the town you would like to vote for, then, Ask you to type in the 2 digit random code to confirm your vote; VOTERS CAN VOTE FOR THEIR FAVOURITE COMMUNITY ONLY ONCE PER EACH CLICK OR CALL. VOTING VIA WEB AND PHONE IS UNLIMITED.

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