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U.S., Canadian buildings to be illuminated for cancer event

Associated Press

NEW YORK – More than 90 historic buildings and landmarks across the United States and Canada are being illuminated in colors representing a big cancer fundraiser.

They include Niagara Falls and The Peace Bridge connecting Buffalo, New York, and Fort Erie, Ontario.

Other landmark locations include New York City, Toronto, Chicago, Washington, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

It’s part of the run-up to the Stand Up To Cancer telecast on Sept. 9.

The landmarks will light up in a combination of red, orange, yellow and white. In the U.S., they also include the Helmsley Building in New York; the Wrigley Building in Chicago; the US Bank Tower crown in Los Angeles; and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia.

In Canada, the buildings include Toronto City Hall, the Calgary Tower and the Vancouver Convention Centre.

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