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First significant donation from a major financial institution since becoming a university

CALGARY, Sept. 14 /CNW/ - Mount Royal University is pleased to announce that it has received its largest donation from a major financial institution since becoming a university in September 2009. TD Bank Financial Group today presented Mount Royal University's Bissett School of Business with a generous donation of $500,000. The gift will be specifically allocated for bursaries to be awarded to students who are majoring in the Bissett School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in Financial Services.

"Mount Royal gratefully accepts this generous support from TD Bank Financial Group," says Dave Marshall, President, Mount Royal University. "It will provide undergraduate opportunities for many students in the years to come."

Mount Royal President, Dave Marshall and TD's Deputy Chair, Frank McKenna were in attendance and spoke during the event on behalf of their respective institutions.

"Canada is a global hub for financial services and is looked to by countries all over the world as an example," says Frank McKenna, Deputy Chair, TD Bank Financial Group. "By supporting financial programs like this one, we are fostering new talent and developments that will help keep Canada's status as an industry leader."

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