Canada AM Coming to EL Crossley
Program to Announce Aviva Community Fund Winners
CTV's flagship morning show Canada A-M will host it's nationally televised program live at E.L. Crossley secondary school January 29 to announce the winning proposals for the 2012 Aviva Community Fund.
The Isaac Riehl Skate Park, nominated in memory of Crossley ninth-grader Isaac Riehl who was killed after being struck by a car while longboarding in October, is one of the finalists.
Aviva Insurance is giving away one million dollars for ideas that create positive change in communities across Canada.
Crossley students led by Mariah Bunz suggested the idea for a skatepark that would likely be built at Fenwick's Centennial Park.
Canada A-M will broadcast live from the school's gym from 6 to 9 am and members of the community are invited to be apart of the broadcast.