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Brian Doyle with PMFRC Staff and the Lil’ Troopers
Doyle Salewski, in cooperation with Canada Company, generously donated $5000 to the Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre. The centre is committed to enriching the lives of individuals and families of the military community through positive action, education and support. Making the donation is Brian Doyle, President of Doyle Salewski. Accepting the donation on behalf of Family Resource centre is JoAnne Morin, Member at large. Also in the photograph is Jamie Lightle, Deputy Executive Director and Jennifer Schori, Member at large. We can’t overlook the group of “Lil Troopers”. The ceremony took place at the Lil Troopers south in Petawawa.
Brian Doyle said “I’m very happy to make this annual donation to such an important organization. In addition, our entire staff thanks the members of the Canadian Forces for all they do.”
When you declare bankruptcy or file a consumer proposal, most—but not all—of your debts are discharged at the end of your bankruptcy/consumer proposal term. This means your debts are forgiven (in bankruptcy) or considered paid in full (in a consumer … Continue Reading