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Taiga (TBL) Announces $100,000 donation to Canadian Red Cross for BC Flooding

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BURNABY, BC, Nov. 25, 2021 /CNW/ - Taiga Building Products Ltd. ("Taiga" or the "Company") is announcing that it is donating $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross in support of the victims of flooding in BC's lower mainland.

Co-CEO, Russ Permann commented, "Not only are we headquartered in the lower mainland, but a number of our people are located in British Columbia, along with many of our industry partners who are all being negatively impacted by the historic flooding in the region. The impacts of this event are being felt throughout our industry community, both in the immediate affected area and well beyond. We hope that our support will help the region bounce back quickly and ease the suffering of those in the most immediate need."

SOURCE Taiga Building Products Ltd.

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