Random Acts of Canadian | Highlights
Random Acts of Canadian by RBC

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July 4 2020

Shannon and team of The Shack Fitness Studio in Selkirk, MB have shown resilience and creativity so members could remain physically and mentally motivated with free live streamed and outdoor classes.

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July 2 2020

"During confinement, we visited the elderly with our mobile stage, Mixbus, to bring comfort through music. These performances were given in front of various senior residences and ended up giving us as much joy as we gave them!”

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June 25 2020

Abbey Tran was an extraordinary young girl. Beyond her passion for typical childhood pursuits – hockey, baseball, art, rainbows – Abbey was involved in social justice and loved helping others. When she passed away unexpectedly in 2018, her

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June 15 2020

Niagara Trailers found a way to help front-line health workers isolate from their families while staying close to home. They have donated 41 RV units to healthcare staff in the Niagara region.

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June 15 2020

Nova Scotia Spirit Company wanted to give back to hospitality staff who had lost work due to COVID-19. They sent out a $50 bill and a voucher for a 6-pack of their vodka-soda product to 1,000 affected workers. Now that’s a big tip!

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Feeding Toronto’s Hungry
June 10 2020

Steve Kidron knows what it’s like to be hungry. So when community groups in Toronto began closing due to COVID, he felt compelled to help. He created Kitchen 24, which has provided over 30,000 meals to those in need so far.

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June 5 2020

RBC is supporting client Jane Tran and other local businesses as they find creative ways to provide delicious, healthy food to the community. Finding there is strength in numbers, Tran and others formed 852 Curbside Collective.

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June 5 2020

Bridgette Lord was working as a front line nurse at an Assessment Centre when she contracted COVID-19. To show their appreciation, RBC and Bryan & Sarah Baeumler conspired to give her an amazing surprise.

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June 5 2020

Thanks to community donations, The Goods is able to make and deliver healthy, wholesome food to people in need, including residents of L’Arche Toronto. RBC is proud to make a donation to L’Arche to support them through this time.

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June 5 2020

Musical artist Domanique Grant, in collaboration with Jamii Esplanade, sang messages of hope and optimism to the self-isolating residents of a Toronto neighbourhood. RBC was proud to support Jamii with a $5,000 donation.

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