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CIBC donates $25,000 to provide clean drinking water to the residents of Iqaluit

CIBC donates $25,000 to provide clean drinking water to the residents of Iqaluit

Canada NewsWire

TORONTO, Oct. 21, 2021 /CNW/ - CIBC announced today it is donating $25,000 to True North Aid to support relief efforts in Iqaluit, where a state of emergency is in effect over fuel contamination of the city's tap water.

"This is a truly devasting situation for the Iqaluit community. We join our clients and team members in helping ensure the people of Iqaluit have access to safe drinking water," said Stephen Forbes, Executive Vice-President, Purpose, Brand, and Corporate Affairs, CIBC.

CIBC encourages Canadians to help those in need by donating to True North Aid. Money raised will ensure the people of Iqaluit have access to clean water by providing immediate and ongoing support including water supplies and water transportation assistance.

About CIBC

CIBC is a leading North American financial institution with 10 million personal banking, business, public sector and institutional clients. Across Personal and Small Business Banking, Commercial Banking and Wealth Management, and Capital Markets businesses, CIBC offers a full range of advice, solutions and services through its leading digital banking network, and locations across Canada, in the United States and around the world. Ongoing news releases and more information about CIBC can be found at


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