VIDEO: Fix-A-Heart campaign

Campaign at local Canadian Tire stores raising funds for cardiac care

See the difference you can make to your community.

From Nov. 24 – Dec. 24, participating Canadian Tire stores collect funds aiming to raise $50,000 towards a new C-arm at Royal Jubilee Hospital. Each donation will be matched by Canadian Tire.

Donations can made at the Hillside, View Royal, or Royal Oak Canadian Tire stores. See the video below.

For more information visit www.victoriahf.ca

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