$10 From Each Sale Of Book To Help Victims Of Toronto Attack For Next 30 Days

A book of photos from across Canada was released today. It is meant to promote visitors to Canada, Show off Canada's beauty & encourage people to consider jobs in transportation. Given the horrific attack in Toronto today, sales will benefit victims
By: ProPics Canada
Photo Book of Canada
Photo Book of Canada
TORONTO - April 23, 2018 - PRLog -- The book is full of pictures ranging from wildlife in Jasper National Park to urban photography and nature among others. All of the photos are original photos from the private collection of photographer, James Cousineau.

The release of the book is a way to share Canada's beauty with the world but also to promote the long distance transportation industry as a fun and adventurous opportunity for people seeking a new or first career option.
The photographer has decided that for the next 30 days, $10. (100% of the photographers royalty) from the sale of each book on Amazon will go the a yet to be identified fund to help victims of the attach in Toronto today. Members of the media can contact the photographer for the user ID and password of the photographers Amazon account in order to check in on sales and see the total raised at any time. The media will also be notified when the donation is to be transferred. This will allow full transparency of the project.
With current reports of 9 dead and 16 injured after a white van ran down a group of pedestrians in the cities north end. The driver has been arrested. Although the reasons behind the attack are still unclear, one witness claims that it seemed the driver had full control of the vehicle and in his opinion the incident was deliberate. The investigation is still very early and it is not known the reasons or cause of the incident.

Here is the link to the Amazon product page.


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