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NEWS: Nunavik September 17, 2012 - 10:38 am

Photo: A happy day at Kuujjuaq’s CIBC

JANE GEORGE
Diane Pitre, the manager of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Kuujjuaq (back row, right), shares a piece of cake with a group of bank customers Sept. 17 at the official opening of bank's brand new office. The bank had to find a new home after a March 2011 fire leveled its former premises. For more than a year, the CIBC occupied a small building in Kuujjuaq before moving into the recently-finished Nayumavik Landholding Corp. office building last month. The new space, built similar to those in southern Quebec, Pitre said, also features a multi-lingual touch-screen automatic teller that dishes out $50 bills as well as $20 bills. On Sept. 16 volunteers and CINC staff helped promote Kuujjuaq's first CIBC-Run for the cure to raise funds for breast cancer research. The event raised about $3,500, Pitre said. (PHOTO BY JANE GEORGE)
Diane Pitre, the manager of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Kuujjuaq (back row, right), shares a piece of cake with a group of bank customers Sept. 17 at the official opening of bank's brand new office. The bank had to find a new home after a March 2011 fire leveled its former premises. For more than a year, the CIBC occupied a small building in Kuujjuaq before moving into the recently-finished Nayumavik Landholding Corp. office building last month. The new space, built similar to those in southern Quebec, Pitre said, also features a multi-lingual touch-screen automatic teller that dishes out $50 bills as well as $20 bills. On Sept. 16 volunteers and CINC staff helped promote Kuujjuaq's first CIBC-Run for the cure to raise funds for breast cancer research. The event raised about $3,500, Pitre said. (PHOTO BY JANE GEORGE)

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