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TD Supports 15 Organizations Focused on Advancing COVID-19 Recovery

TD Supports 15 Organizations Focused on Advancing COVID-19 Recovery The 2020 TD Ready Challenge awards $10 million (CDN) in grants to organizations with innovative solutions designed to help address challenges of COVID-19 TORONTO, Jan. 26, 2021 – Today, TD is proud to award $10 million (CDN) in grants to 15 North American organizations that are […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 2021525 Views

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TD survey reveals young Canadians and diverse communities among the most financially impacted by COVID-19

A new COVID-19 Impact Poll commissioned by TD measuring the financial impacts of the pandemic shows a dramatic decline in the financial health of Canadians surveyed since the onset of the pandemic in Canada. The new study, which was conducted between April and May 2020, and features responses from nearly 1,000 adult Canadian respondents, finds […]

by pmnationtalk on July 13, 2020681 Views

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National Indigenous History Month – Shawn Hunt and ‘Flipping the Bird’

For many people, the term “Flipping the Bird” refers to a very specific hand gesture. But Vancouver-based artist Shawn Hunt hopes that, with a little luck, perhaps that phrase could carry a new meaning while sparking an important conversation about Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. Flipping the Bird is the title of Hunt’s provocative sculpture […]

by pmnationtalk on June 18, 2020663 Views

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TD Community Resilience Initiative: Making an ‘Impakt’

As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold earlier this year, Ralph Goldfinger knew his business would need to adjust and adapt quickly if he was going to be able to protect his company and the jobs of his employees. So when the Co-Chief Executive Officer of Canada Sportswear – a Toronto-based apparel company that produces and distributes […]

by pmnationtalk on June 10, 2020571 Views

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Indigenous musician Celeigh Cardinal on her journey to the JUNOs

Hailing from Alberta’s Peace Country, Métis singer and songwriter Celeigh Cardinal recently picked up her first-ever JUNO Award nomination in the Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year category. Recognized for her powerful voice and confessional-style songwriting, Cardinal has worked in the music industry for several decades and has performed across North America and Europe. […]

by pmnationtalk on March 11, 2020302 Views

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The 2019 TD Ready Challenge: Reshaping the future of healthcare

At a time when the pace of change is accelerating all around us, rapid advances in healthcare are helping more people to live longer and healthier lives than ever before. At the same time, research shows that chronic conditions and diseases such as cancer, arthritis and diabetes are on the rise, and that many people […]

by pmnationtalk on December 3, 2019269 Views

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5 reasons why keeping your finances personal can hurt your wallet

If you’re living paycheque to paycheque, it’s possible that you’ve been managing your finances by yourself. In fact, not seeking financial advice from ­­­outside sources is something most financially vulnerable people have in common, according to recent findings from the TD Financial Health Index (FHI). The FHI surveyed the overall “financial health” of more than 10,000 […]

by pmnationtalk on November 27, 2019266 Views

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Children’s book about happiness aims to uplift Indigenous language and culture

Monique Gray Smith affectionately refers to him as “the little boy.” In 2015, while on a speaking engagement in Mission, BC, the author crossed paths with the boy who left a profound impression. “I watched this little guy who was about four-years-old,” said Smith. “He came running into the room with his eyes darting around searching for something.” The […]

by pmnationtalk on October 3, 2019292 Views

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How one teen’s letter helped give ‘voice’ to MMIWG

Brianna Jonnie had no idea that a heartfelt letter she wrote three years ago would transform her life and community in remarkable ways. In fact, the passionate words that Jonnie wrote when she was only 14—and her continued social activism—would also help her secure a coveted 2019 TD Scholarship for Community Leadership. At the time, […]

by pmnationtalk on September 13, 2019229 Views

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TD Bank Group invests $100,000 to support development of the Okanagan Rail Trail

TD Bank Group invests $100,000 to support development of the Okanagan Rail Trail Canada 150 gift will help to build the nearly 50 kilometres of trail connecting numerous lake-side, urban and rural communities throughout the central Okanagan, creating a lasting legacy. Promoting increased trail use is expected to improve health, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote […]

by ahnationtalk on June 8, 20171989 Views

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