Laurentian Bank and Un-Wined for a Cause Present $159,000 to the Sainte-Justine Hospital Foundation

Laurentian Bank and Un-Wined for a Cause Present $159,000 to the 
Sainte-Justine Hospital Foundation 
MONTREAL, June 2, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Laurentian Bank and numerous of its 
commercial clients and partners decided to join forces in a fundraising effort 
that succeeded in collecting a total of $159,000. This sum was presented at 
the fifth edition of the Un-Wined for a Cause event held yesterday in support 
of the Sainte-Justine Hospital Foundation and the Hospital's Ear, Nose and 
Throat (ENT) Department. 
A number of the Bank's clients and partners formed a common front to raise 
funds that will allow for the creation of the first pediatric vestibular 
clinic in Québec. "This clinic will help children suffering from vertigo, 
dizzy spells and balance problems caused by a vestibular system, or inner ear, 
disorder," underlined Dr. Annie Lapointe, ENT surgeon at Sainte-Justine 
Hospital. "No hospital in the province currently offers services to screen for 
such problems in children, which are very often only diagnosed in later 
In attendance at the event were Tony Migliara, Senior Vice-President of Real 
Estate at Laurentian Bank and Honorary President of the evening, Mr. John 
Farato, Founder of Un-Wined for a Cause, and Stéfanie Pelletier, the Bank's 
Vice-President of Finance and Treasurer of the event, as well as a good number 
of other employees. Everyone contributed to the success of this enchanting 
evening, which will make a real difference in the lives of children suffering 
from this disorder. The profits generated by a golf tournament to be held by 
the Bank's Business Services sector this coming September will also go towards 
this cause. 
About Laurentian Bank 
Laurentian Bank of Canada is a banking institution whose activities extend 
across Canada. Recognized for its excellent service, proximity and simplicity, 
the Bank serves one and a half million clients throughout the country. Founded 
in 1846, the Bank is among the 2014 edition of the Montréal's Top Employers 
competition, which showcases the city's top 25 companies offering enviable 
places to work. It currently employs some 3,800 people whose talent and 
dedication has made it a major player in numerous market segments. 
Laurentian Bank distinguishes itself through the excellence of its execution 
and its agility. Catering to the needs of retail clients via its extensive 
branch network and constantly evolving virtual offerings, the Bank has also 
earned a solid reputation among SMEs, larger businesses and real estate 
developers thanks to its growing presence across Canada and its specialized 
teams in Ontario, Québec, Alberta and British Columbia. For its part, the 
organization's B2B Bank subsidiary is a Canadian leader in providing banking 
and investment products and services to financial advisors and brokers, while 
Laurentian Bank Securities is an integrated broker that is also widely known 
for its expert and effective services nationwide. The institution has more 
than $33 billion in balance sheet assets and more than $39 billion in assets 
under administration. 
About the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation 
Through community support, the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation strives to 
accelerate the pace of the leading-edge research at Sainte-Justine, in an 
effort to heal more  children and do it better. The Foundation is committed to 
building a healthier tomorrow by delivering a standard of care that is among 
the best in the world.

SOURCE  Laurentian Bank of Canada 
Valérie Archambault Public Relations Advisor 514 284-4500, extension 3150   
Image with caption: "Pictured from left to right: Stéfanie Pelletier, 
Laurentian Bank Vice-President of Finance and event Treasurer, Anièle LeCoq, 
Executive Director of the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, Tony Migliara, 
Laurentian Bank Senior Vice-President of Real Estate and Honorary President of 
the event, John Farato, Founder of Un-Wined for a Cause, Dr. Annie Lapointe, 
ENT surgeon at the Hospital ans Dr Fabrice Brunet, Executive Director of CHU 
Sainte-Justine. (CNW Group/Laurentian Bank of Canada)". Image available at: 
To view this news release in HTML formatting, please use the following URL: 
CO: Laurentian Bank of Canada
ST: Quebec
-0- Jun/02/2014 13:59 GMT
Press spacebar to pause and continue. Press esc to stop.