Hurricanes Hero

Hurricanes Hero

Hurricanes Hero

CTV and the Halifax Hurricanes are celebrating the youth in our community with the Hurricanes Hero Contest!

We asked you to nominate an exceptional youth, who has shown excellence in areas like the arts, athletics, academics, or community involvement.

The winners are featured on CTV  and are awarded four tickets to a Hurricanes home game, a Hurricanes jersey and basketball, a night's stay at the Westin Nova Scotian, a $50 gift card to East Side Mario's and more!

No purchase necessary. Contest starts at 5:00 p.m. AT on February 17, 2020 and closes at 5:00 p.m. AT on March 8, 2020. Nominators must be legal residents of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island, Canada who have reached the age of majority in the province in which they reside. Some restrictions apply. Correct answer to a mathematical skill testing question required.  Approximate retail value of the prizeis $555 CAD. Odds of winning theprize will depend upon the total number and caliber of all eligible entries received during the Contest Period. Complete contest rules and entry available at  https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/hurricanes-hero-contest-official-rules-and-regulations-1.4206082.

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Rajan Minocha-McKenney

Sponsored Hurricanes Hero: Rajan Minocha-McKenney

CTV and the Halifax Hurricanes are celebrating the youth in our community. This month’s Hurricanes Hero is 17-year-old Rajan Minocha-McKenney of Amherst, N.S.

Charlotte Peng of Wolfville, N.S., who is involved in many volunteer efforts in her school and her community, is seen here shooting some hoops with Halifax Hurricanes player Tyler Scott.

Sponsored Hurricanes Hero - Charlotte Peng

CTV and the Halifax Hurricanes are celebrating the youth in our community. This month’s Hurricanes Hero is 17-year-old Charlotte Peng, from Wolfville, N.S.

Kassandra Vail

Sponsored Hurricanes Hero: Kassandra Vail

CTV and the Halifax Hurricanes are celebrating the youth in our community. This month’s Hurricanes Hero is 14-year-old Kassandra Vail of Bedford, N.S.