TORONTO, Nov. 21 /CNW/ - Four leading international music artists - Bryan
Adams, Josh Groban, Sarah McLachlan and Jann Arden - will perform at One Night
Live(TM), a first-of-its-kind fundraising event for Sunnybrook Health Sciences
One Night Live(TM) will take place at the Air Canada Centre on
February 28, 2008. Tickets go on sale Saturday, November 24, 2007 at 10 a.m.
Tickets start at $89 and can be purchased at www.onenightlive.ca or through
Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.com or 416-870-8000. The concert will benefit
the construction of Sunnybrook's two new floors for births, high-risk
pregnancies and critically-ill newborns.
The construction project, now in full swing at Sunnybrook's Bayview
Avenue Campus, will be ready to care for women and babies in 2010. Designed
with input from women and their families, as well as their caregivers, the
expansion will accommodate 4,250 annual births and house a leading-edge
neonatal intensive care unit that will care for one in every five babies born
in Ontario who weigh less than three pounds.
"We're delighted that such internationally-renowned talent are throwing
their support behind Sunnybrook's Women & Babies Program," says Kevin
Goldthorp, Chief Executive Officer, Sunnybrook Foundation. "This is the first
time these incredible artists have all performed together; and it represents a
truly unique fundraising event for the City of Toronto, which will be felt
long after the night is over."
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About Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre:
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is transforming health care through the
dedication of its more than 10,000 staff members who provide compassionate and
innovative patient-focused care. An internationally recognized leader in
women's health, academic research and education and an affiliation with the
University of Toronto distinguishes Sunnybrook as one of Canada's premier
health sciences centres. Sunnybrook specializes in caring for newborns, adults
and the elderly, treating and preventing cancer, heart problems, orthopaedic
and arthritic conditions and traumatic injuries.
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