Enter to win tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios
You could win 4 VIP tickets to Cirque's newest spectacle
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Is life in your house a circus?
CBC Montreal and Cirque du Soleil want to send you and your family to see Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosities!
Show us why your family belongs in the circus with a photo or video and you could win 4 VIP tickets to Cirque du Soleil's newest spectacle - Kurios.
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