You must take the time to read the offer carefully and understand your odds of winning.The CRTC advises that some telephone companies offer free services that will block access to all 900/976 numbers. The consumer is encouraged, usually through an offer in the mail, to call a 1 900 number in order to find out how much money he or she has won.
The phone operator/agent will then have the option of using ‘Extend-a-Call’ which allows the Customer to purchase additional time via the payment module by simply pressing ‘33’ on their keypad.
Example: The Customer presses ‘33’ on their keypad The call timer is paused.
The Agent is put on hold The Customer will hear a prompt asking them how many minutes they would like to add.
Serving Edmonton and surrounding areas Crisis 24 hours: 1-800-232-7288Toll free service available ONLY to rural areas of Capital Health Region, and the Town of Drayton Valley.
Crisis 24 hours: (780) 482-HELPSeniors Abuse Helpline: (780) 454-8888Serves all of Northern BC north of Quesnel, except the Peace River Country, Fraser Lake, Fort Fraser & Vanderhoof Prince George Crisis, 24 hrs: 250-563-1214Youth Line, 4-11 pm: 250-564-8336Crisis, 24 hrs.: 1-888-562-1214Fraser Lake Crisis Line: 250-699-6315Serves Vancouver, North Vancouver city & district, Bowen Island, West Vancouver, Burnaby Also has online chat for youth: 24 hrs: 604-872-3311Crisis 24 hrs TTY: 604-872-0113Serving Powell River & area, Sunshine Coast, Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton and Howe Sound-the Sea to Sky corridor Crisis 24 hrs: 1-866-661-3311Crisis 24 hrs TTY: 1-866-872-0113Serves: All of Vancouver Island and Select areas of the Northern Interior (follows Island Health regional boundaries)Vancouver Island Crisis Line (24/7): 1-888-494-3888 Suicide: 1-800-Suicide (1-800-784-2433) (BC wide - 24/7) Mental Health Information: 310-6789 (BC wide - 24/7) Crisis Chat Services - online emotional support from a trained Crisis Line Worker - accessible through website every day from 6-10pm.