CN 'Miracle Match' helps the 2015 Tree of Hope Campaign

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MONCTON, New Brunswick – Canadian National's contribution to support the 2015 Tree of Hope Campaign has added $300,000 to support cancer patient care and research.

"On behalf of the Tree of Hope Campaign and our extended family we want to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to CN for believing and investing in our campaign and our communities," says Jacques B. LeBlanc, executive director of the CHU Dumont Foundation. "The 2015 Tree of Hope Campaign will help our Medical Oncologists and Researchers in the treatment efforts they are able to give to our children and their families here in our province. This partnership brings with it a great deal of hope."

As part of the Tree of Hope Campaign, CN's Miracle Match program matched the campaign's pledge of $300,000 toward this year's Pediatric Leukemia Research Project.

"We recognize the need and want to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families fighting cancer here in New Brunswick and beyond," says Pat Orr, superintendent of CN based in Moncton. "CN has approximately 350 employees living and working in communities across the province. CN Miracle Match allows us to support important programs, like the Tree of Hope's Pediatric Leukemia Research Project, that are so essential to our families and all New Brunswick residents."

Launched in 1989, The Tree of Hope Campaign has become a cause around which many communities have united. Year after year, they work hard to raise funds and help in the fight against cancer. CN's Miracle Match campaign has been rallying communities across Canada in support of health care for children since 2006.

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