Enter to win tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios
You could win 4 VIP tickets to Cirque's newest spectacle
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.
The contest is now closed. Please view the gallery of entries, below.
Gallery of entrants
Select a thumbnail below to browse submitted entries
Latest Montreal News Headlines
- Roma rights group NEKI wants Air Transat to reimburse rejected passengers
- A Roma rights group in Hungary is demanding several airlines, including Air Transat, pay back nearly 50 passengers it says were prevented from boarding flights to Canada — either because they are ethnic Roma or appeared to be Roma. more »
- Tricia Smith, COC interim president, says board unaware of harassment claims
- Interim Canadian Olympic Committee president Tricia Smith said Tuesday that the board was unaware of sexual harassment complaints against former president Marcel Aubut until a female colleague came forward 12 days ago. more »
- Students at four West Island high schools plan walkout
- Students at four West Island high schools — John Rennie High School, Saint Thomas High School, Lindsay Place High School, and Riverdale High School — are planning a "walkout" tomorrow in support of their teachers. more »
- Montreal musician loses equipment in break-in
- Jeff Louch lost his keyboards and computers in a recent break-in prompting fellow Montreal musicians to band together for a fundraiser. more »
- Montreal Vital Signs report: News is good and bad
- The 2015 Vital Signs report for Montreal is a mixed bag of good and bad news as the city's demographics and economy changes over the years. more »
Top News Headlines
- Tories dump candidate who touts therapies to turn gay youth straight
- The Conservatives have dumped a candidate in suburban Toronto who defended therapies that attempt to turn gays straight and who penned an editorial that referred to homosexuality as "unnatural behaviour" and heterosexuals as "normal." more »
- Canada not prepared for 'demographic bomb,' Mulcair says as he touts health plan
- Canada is ill-prepared for the "demographic bomb" set to hit the health-care system, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair said Tuesday as he highlighted commitments such as a plan to deliver universal, prescription drug coverage. more »
- Volkswagen hopes to begin emissions recall in January
- Volkswagen plans to launch in January a recall of vehicles with software at the centre of the emissions-rigging scandal and aims to fix them all by the end of next year, the company's new chief executive says. more »
- Niqab ban for public servants would be considered: Stephen Harper
- Conservative Leader Stephen Harper says his government would consider banning public servants from wearing the niqab, but rejects the suggestion that recent assaults against Muslim women should stifle debate about the issue. more »
- Michael F. Gibbon's arrow death in Kitchener, Ont., deemed homicide
- Waterloo Region Police say the arrow-shooting death of Michael Gibbon, 60, in Kitchener, Ont., is now being treated as a homicide. more »