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Canadian Tire locations across the country celebrate Jumpstart program

Brad Huculiak, Langley Canadian Tire service centre manager, and volunteer Shirley Vallance fire up the grill with hotdogs and fresh cooked onions for the Canadian Tire Jumpstart fundraiser event in the Langley location parking lot on Saturday. The Canada wide organization helps families who cannot afford to enrol their children in sport and recreation activities.  - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Brad Huculiak, Langley Canadian Tire service centre manager, and volunteer Shirley Vallance fire up the grill with hotdogs and fresh cooked onions for the Canadian Tire Jumpstart fundraiser event in the Langley location parking lot on Saturday. The Canada wide organization helps families who cannot afford to enrol their children in sport and recreation activities.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

Brad Huculiak, Langley Canadian Tire service centre manager, and volunteer Shirley Vallance fire up the grill with hotdogs and fresh cooked onions for the Canadian Tire Jumpstart fundraiser event in the Langley location parking lot on Saturday.

May 26 was national Jumpstart Day, as Canadian Tire stores across Canada held celebrations.

The Canada wide organization helps families who cannot afford to enrol their children in sport and recreation activities.

For more on the program, click here.

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