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TD, trees and a tyke

  - Boaz Joseph / The Leader
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / The Leader

Madison Hollinger, 3, takes part in TD Tree Days at Bear Creek Park last Saturday. More than 50 TD Bank Group employees, their families, friends and community partners helped plant 280 trees in the park – cedar, alder, thimbleberry and salmonberry.

More than 27,000 native trees are being planted this month by 5,000 TD volunteers across Canada.

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