A free digital invitation quest has begun for those celebrating the 50th year of the Imperial invitation, as the Imperial Embassy in Toronto is hosting a search for “Imperial invite” on the Imperial Invitations Search engine.
The search, which will be open to all Canadians on November 4, can be completed using the following criteria: 1.
A user’s email address 2.
The address of the invitation 3.
The recipient’s email account name 4.
The email address of a friend or relative 5.
A phone number 6.
A physical address 7.
A postal code (Canada Post will send you a confirmation email when the invitation is delivered.)
The search can be viewed here: http://www.imperialinvitations.ca/invitations/dont-miss-this-year-of-the-imperial-invitations-quest Google has been making regular releases of invites that include information about the 50 years of the imperial invitation and offer a chance to “win” free digital invitations.
A number of offers have been made, including a one-time invitation to visit an Imperial museum and a free “Imperium” T-shirt.
For the past couple of years, the Imperial invites have also been available to Canadians on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s (RCMP) website.
The invite quest is the latest attempt by the Canadian government to encourage Canadians to take advantage of the offer.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has called the invitation quest a “sad and shameful act” that encourages Canadians to “forgo the opportunity to experience the Imperial Celebration.”
The Imperial Invitation Quest has been available for free for several years, but the offer has been limited to Canadians.
Since its launch in 2001, the invite quest has been offered free on a number of government websites, including the National Archives, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC), and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
The invitation quest is available to those who have the opportunity, and the invitation does not need to be returned, but once a request is made, it cannot be changed.