Saturday, December 18, 2004


For the 12th straight year, The MAJIC 100 / CJOH-TV Toy Mountain campaign has helped The Salvation Army provide toys for the children throughout the National Capital Region.

On Wednesday, December 15th over 200 volunteers, from TD Canada Trust, Dare HR and local high schools teamed with the Corel Centre to demonstrate the area’s generosity towards this year’s Majic 100 /CJOH TV Toy Mountain campaign. With the support of the community, they placed a new toy on every seat in the Corel Centre until it was beyond full…over 20,600 toys were collected!

“We believe this will be a spectacular way to demonstrate the generosity of the thousands of people who contribute to the Majic 100 / CJOH-TV Toy Mountain campaign each year”, said Kevin Nelson, of The MAJIC Morning Show. Max Keeping, Vice-President of CJOH News and Public Affairs said, “This will go a long way to make sure there’s not a child in our hometown without a toy this Christmas.”

Special thanks to several businesses that helped to build Ottawa’s biggest Majic 100/CJOH TV Toy Mountain, including Speedy Messenger Service, Summit Food Service Distributors, The Corel Centre, Ottawa Senators Hockey Club, Subway, Tim Hortons, Mulligan’s Grocer, Department of National Defence, UPS, Secuircor, Ottawa Professional Figherfighters and the Ottawa Paramedics Association.Toys will still be accepted until December 24th at the 12 participating malls and drop off locations and every TD Canada Trust branch in the region. Find out more about MAJIC 100/CJOH-TV Toy Mountain campaign , by visiting

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