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Floods in Pakistan have been devastating the nation, and Canadian wireless providers along with the Canadian Red Cross have joined forces to make it easy for residents to contribute to the cause.
The Mobile Giving Foundation Canada (MGFC), which allows consumers to donate to relief efforts via mobile phones using SMS short codes, has partnered with Videotron.
The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) has teamed up with the Mobile Giving Foundation (MGF) to make it easy to send charitable donations through a mobile phone.
The CRTC has announced that nearly 2.7 million phone numbers have signed on with the new national do-not-call list. Almost half of those numbers come from Ontario. Once a number is on the list, telemarketers are barred from dialing that number. If they call they face maximum fines of $1,500 for individual telemarketers and $15,000 for companies. Exceptions to the list include Canadian registered charities and political parties and candidates calling for donations, and newspapers can still call to sell subscriptions.
For the next month leading up to the holiday season, Best Buy Canada will collect non-perishable food items and other household items in each of its stores, to go toward local food banks. Customers will find food bins located at the front of each Best Buy store, where they can drop off donations.