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In keeping with a policy approved by the Board of Directors, a portion of funds raised will be used to support operating expenses in accordance with Canada Revenue Agency guidelines. For a copy of our donor policy, contact Doug Prophet, Chief Financial Officer at (204) 289-2002.
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