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Etobicoke twins, cousin from Saskatoon set up lemonade stand in support of Fort McMurray wildfire victims

Etobicoke twins, cousin from Saskatoon set up lemonade stand in support of Fort McMurray wildfire victims



Ten-year-old twins Connor and Jonathan Muia along with their 10-year-old cousin Dawson Schigol of Saskatoon, set up a lemonade stand at the corner of Canterbury Crescent and The Kingsway in Etobicoke on Saturday to raise funds for the fire victims in Fort McMurray.


The trio raised $400 for the relief effort, selling the refreshing drink along with snacks. Their  their parents have committed to match the total. 


The money will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross. In turn, the money raised will also be matched by the Canadian government.



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