What has happened to Toronto’s biggest paper? Has it merged with its Harlequin division?
I only read this story due to the unprecedented number of 88 stories in the past while.
Born in 1925, Mary Millard died last May after 88 years as a woman who did the unexpected.
Her entire estimated $6-million estate was handed to charity: $1.5 million to the Canadian Civil Liberties Association educational trust; $2 million to the Toronto Zoo, the largest single donation in its history. And last week, the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario announced it had become the latest surprised recipient of $1.8 million of Mary Millard’s money.
“These are three charities we heartily endorse,” she said. “People should do what they want with their own money.”
Thanks for the tip at the end. I’ll hold on to my money.