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12 Days of Kindness: He raises money for charity in lieu of gifts, we surprise him and all his classmates

Watch as we interrupt class to surprise 8-year-old Cameron Paquette and his classmates at Valley View Public School

Cameron Paquette has always been a generous kid. At the age of five, he decided he didn't want to receive birthday gifts anymore. Instead, he asked his friends and family to make donations to the Infant Food Bank.

When Cameron was in Grade One, he shaved his head to raise awareness in support of his grandmother who battled breast cancer and won — not once but two times. This is why he chose to fundraise for Angels in Pink this year.

Watch as we surprise this kind eight-year-old, along with all his classmates at Valley View Public School.

A special shout out to Topper's Pizza and the Sudbury Wolves for being our partners in kindness.

For the first year ever, the Sudbury Wolves will wear Ugly Holiday Sweater-themed jerseys during the game on New Year’s Eve.

The jerseys will be auctioned off online following the game and select jerseys will be auctioned off during the game. All proceeds will be donated to the Infant Food Bank. Fans are encouraged to wear their ugly Christmas sweaters for a chance to win prizes.

Puck drops at 7 p.m. on Dec. 31. For more information visit

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