BMO kicks $10k into Thunder Bay Flood Fund


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THUNDER BAY – Support for flood victims is continuing to come in from the private sector and from individuals. BMO Financial Group have announced a $10,000 contribution to the Canadian Red Cross in support of relief efforts in Thunder Bay for those affected by recent flooding. BMO also announced a flood relief program for its clients in the region.

“We want to assist our customers and residents of the communities that are being affected, and we hope that these initiatives will help alleviate some of the difficulties they face,” said Robert Hayes, Senior Vice President, Prairies Division, BMO Bank of Montreal.

“We’ve always stood behind our customers, through good times and challenging times, and we are ready to assist qualifying BMO personal and business customers by deferring payments on their loans, mortgages or lines of credit,” added Lynda Taylor, District Vice President, Manitoba and Northwest Ontario.

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