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May 04, 2010 08:32 ET

City's Finest Celebrate McHappy Day at Toronto McDonald's Restaurant

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - May 4, 2010) -

Attention: Assignment, Photo, City and Lifestyle Editors


What: Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone, Police Chief Bill Blair, and District Chief Les Trempe join the President and Founder of McDonald's Canada, as well as Ronald McDonald on McHappy Day. Pantalone. Blair and Trempe will show their support by heading behind-the-counter at McDonald's to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House Toronto.
  More than 1,400 participating McDonald's restaurants across Canada will celebrate McHappy Day. Local media, celebrities and politicians will roll up their sleeves to work behind the counter and help raise money for local children's charities.
  Since its inception in 1977, McHappy Day has raised more than $28 million for Canadian children in need and their families.
Who: Joe Pantalone, Deputy Mayor and Councillor, City of Toronto
  Bill Blair, Chief of Police, Toronto Police Service
  Les Trempe, District Chief, Toronto Fire Services
  John Betts, President, McDonald's Canada
  George Cohon, Founder, McDonald's Canada
  Ronald McDonald, McDonald's Canada
  Jane Marco, Executive Director, Ronald McDonald House Toronto
  Families from Ronald McDonald House Toronto
When: Wednesday, May 5, 2010
  9:00 a.m. (Photo Opportunity)
Where: McDonald's Restaurant
  344 Bathurst Street (Bathurst and Dundas)
  (Location has parking lot)
Photo: Parents and Kids from Ronald McDonald McDonald House Toronto with Ronald McDonald and special guests Joe Pantalone, Bill Blair and Les Trempe

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