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Ian Niamath, of the Nanaimo Art Gallery, second from right, accepts a $20,000 cheque from management of TD Canada Trust. The money goes toward the gallery’s Artsits in the School program. Nanaimo Mayor john Ruttan, third from left, was on hand to help TD celebrate its first anniversary at Port Place shopping centre. - Photo contributed
Ian Niamath, of the Nanaimo Art Gallery, second from right, accepts a $20,000 cheque from management of TD Canada Trust. The money goes toward the gallery’s Artsits in the School program. Nanaimo Mayor john Ruttan, third from left, was on hand to help TD celebrate its first anniversary at Port Place shopping centre.
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