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Stampede waives parking fee for struggling families at Calgary Firefighters Toy,
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Struggling families invited to the annual Calgary Firefighters Toy Association Christmas Party Sunday at the Stampede Corral won have to pay for parking,
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determined last year that was the last missing piece of the puzzle to give the families a true, fun filled day at no cost, said firefighter and organizer Jamie Blayney, who heads the CFTA.

us and the Stampede this year, we decided all invited guests won be charged for parking. columnist Michael Platt last year revealed low income families invited to the annual event were forced to fork out $13 each totalling nearly $23,000 for parking when they arrived.

Some parents expressed frustration at the expense charged to the less fortunate.

As a result, Stampede and CFTA officials sat down and worked out an agreement.

show their invitation at the gate (for free parking),
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just one of those situations where we want the kids and the people there to have as much fun as possible, enjoy themselves, see Santa and get their toys.

always great to work with the fire department. 3,
cards againt humanity?,500 kids up to 12 years old or 1,800 families were chosen for the 45th annual party by the Salvation Army and Calgary school boards, based on need.

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