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Staff at CIBC don their gay apparel to raise money for a sick child in Campbell River. The staff wore their favourite Christmas sweaters Friday in exchange for donations to the family of Natalia Corrigall, 4, who is battling leukemia at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. The bank is accepting donations for the family until the end of the month as well as to the food bank. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
Staff at CIBC don their gay apparel to raise money for a sick child in Campbell River. The staff wore their favourite Christmas sweaters Friday in exchange for donations to the family of Natalia Corrigall, 4, who is battling leukemia at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. The bank is accepting donations for the family until the end of the month as well as to the food bank.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror

Staff at CIBC don their gay apparel to raise money for a sick child in Campbell River.

The staff wore their favourite Christmas sweaters Friday in exchange for donations to the family of Natalia Corrigall, 4, who is battling leukemia at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. The bank is accepting donations for the family until the end of the month as well as to the food bank.

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