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Canadian rock stars Randy Bachman (back row, third from right) and Ed Robertson (middle row, second from left) helped raise $4.6 million for kids-in-need on CIBC's trading floor in Toronto as part of CIBC Miracle Day -- the bank's annual event, which supports over 450 children's charities across Canada.
Canadian rock stars Randy Bachman (back row, third from right) and Ed Robertson (middle row, second from left) helped raise $4.6 million for kids-in-need on CIBC's trading floor in Toronto as part of CIBC Miracle Day -- the bank's annual event, which supports over 450 children's charities across Canada.
(Handout/CIBC/CNW Group)

The Street shows its generosity again

Here are some glad tidings for the holidays. The past year has been a bumpy one for Canadian traders, but that did not stop the charitable giving in 2013.

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce just announced that its “Miracle Day” on Dec. 4 raised $4.6-million, with traders and investment advisors donating all their commissions to childrens’ charities. In the past 29 years, the bank has raised $74-million from its Miracle Day program.