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2019 Media Day  @ Toy Mountain 

Tens of volunteers sorted and bagged presents on Dec. 5 at the Toy Centre at 350 Sparks Street for the thousands of kids who will be receiving Christmas gifts from Toy Mountain.

Media Day at Toy Mountain brought a news crew from CTV to spend the day helping with the gift packing and sorting. CTV covered the event, which they co-sponsor with the Salvation Army's Ottawa Booth Centre.

Former Ottawa Sens players Chris Neil, left, and Chris Phillips, helped sort gifts for the thousands of kids who will be getting 
Toy Mountain Christmas gifts

Salvation Army Maj. Pinksen said Ottawa residents have been extremely generous with all their donated gifts, but there is still an opportunity to give - and "we have a special need for those children aged 0-2 and boys and girls 8-12 years of age." Click here for more about Media Day

 


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