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Air Canada becomes signature sponsor of the Invictus Games in Toronto

Published: 16/06/2017 - Filed under: Home » News »

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Air Canada has singed on to become the Signature Sponsor of the 2017 Invictus Games held in Toronto in September of this year. 

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 "Air Canada is honoured to be a Signature Sponsor of the Invictus Games Toronto 2017. These unique games inspire us all through the determination and courage of the participants, who have already contributed so much with their individual sacrifices. Our sponsorship also affirms Air Canada's longstanding support of the men and women of the Canadian military, and those of our allies, who safeguard our values and our way of life, sometimes at great personal risk," said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada.

As a Signature Sponsor, the Canadian flagship carrier will carry Team Canada to the event. They will also provide discounted travel for members of other teams, organizers, friends and family, torch relay participants and the Invictus Games Foundation. 

These unique games provide a unique opportunity for many of our brave men and women who serve.  It’s great to see Air Canada get behind the event.   

by Elizabeth Atkinson 

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