Have you always wanted to be on "Dragon's Den"? Maybe you've got the next hot business idea? Well, now's your chance!

The popular CBC show is seeking applicants across the country for its next season, and that includes audition stops in six B.C. cities.

Vancouver: January 25th, 10am to 5pm, Century-Plaza Hotel & Spa, 1015 Burrard St. AND February 22nd, 10am to 5pm, Century-Plaza Hotel & Spa, 1015 Burrard Street
Surrey: January 29th, 11am to 6pm, Sheraton Vancouver, Guilford Hotel, 15269 104th Avenue, Guilford C Room
Nanaimo: January 31st, 11am to 6pm, Vancouver Island Conference Centre, 101 Gordon Street, Shaw Auditorium
Victoria: Feburary 1st, 10am to 5pm, Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour, 728 Humboldt St.
Kelowna: February 19th Time & Location TBA
Abbotsford: February 21st, 11am to 6pm, Best Western Plus, Regency Inn & Conference Centre, 32110 Marshall Road

More information can be found here. Good luck!

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