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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — On it’s tenth year in the Energetic City, this year’s Toys for Tickets has brought in 136 toys, and raised $1,045 for the Salvation Army.

The project, which operates in many municipalities, allows people to donate a new toy in lieu of paying off a parking ticket. The City also accepted  gift cards and cash donations for this program, and people were invited to donate more than the value of the ticket if they wish.

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Toys will be donated to the Salvation Army, for less fortunate families this holiday season.

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