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Canadian networks plan joint Haiti fundraiser
Canada’s television networks are collaborating on a television special this Friday to raise money for earthquake relief in Haiti.
Canada for Haiti, a one-hour program examining Canada’s close relationship with Haiti, will be broadcast on CBC, CTV and Global at 7 p.m. ET.
The program will be shown just before the Hope for Haiti Now telethon being hosted by George Clooney and featuring many of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
CBC, CTV, Global Television, MTV, MuchMusic and the National Geographic Channel all plan to simulcast Hope for Haiti Now in Canada.
The Canada for Haiti special will give Canadians a chance to donate to a group of Canadian organizations doing work in Haiti. The groups featured include:
-Canadian Red Cross Society.
-Care Canada.
-Free the Children.
-Oxfam Canada.
-Oxfam Quebec.
-Plan Canada.
-Save the Children Canada.
-UNICEF Canada.
-World Vision Canada.
The program will be hosted by CBC’s George Stroumboulopoulos of The Hour, Global’s Cheryl Hickey of ET Canadaand CTV’s Ben Mulroney of etalk.
In the Hope for Haiti Now telethon, Clooney is working with Haitian-American hip-hop star Wyclef Jean in New York City and CNN broadcaster Anderson Cooper in Haiti to focus on the aftermath of the earthquake that hit the Caribbean nation a week ago.
The telethon will feature musical performances by Bono, Sting, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys and others in an effort to galvanize charitable giving for the Haitian relief effort.