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Time to share the love

Boston Pizza’s Steve Hutton is reminding people to follow their stomachs and hearts to Boston Pizza this Valentine’s Day for a heart-shaped pizza. A portion of proceeds will go Heart & Stroke Foundation, Kids Help Phone and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. - Monique Tamminga/Langley Times
Boston Pizza’s Steve Hutton is reminding people to follow their stomachs and hearts to Boston Pizza this Valentine’s Day for a heart-shaped pizza. A portion of proceeds will go Heart & Stroke Foundation, Kids Help Phone and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
— image credit: Monique Tamminga/Langley Times

Boston Pizza restaurants, including in Walnut Grove, are asking people to share the love this Valentine's Day with a heart-shaped pizza and support worthwhile charities at the same time.

One dollar from the sale of each heart-shaped pizza on Valentine's Day will go to the Boston Pizza Foundation in support of its many charities, including the Heart & Stroke Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Kids Help Phone.

Guests can also purchase red paper hearts for a $2 donation and write a Valentine message to someone special. The hearts are posted throughout the store to fill the walls with love.

Since 1993, Boston Pizza's Valentine's Day promotion has helped raise more than $4.6 million to benefit charities across Canada.

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