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“Stop the Bieber” campaign raises $600 for Pakistan flood relief

High school students normally raise money for charities with bake sales or car washes. But, for a Lower Sackville NS high school they decided to do something different to raise money for the Canadian Red Cross Pakistan appeal: Justin Bieber music, and lots of it.

Millwood High School conducted a “Stop the Bieber” campaign to encourage students to make a donation. The student council vowed to continue playing songs by the teen pop idol over the PA system during lunch until at least $500 was raised. It only took two days to reach that goal and for the music to stop. The total raised? $600.

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And for all the Justin Bieber fans out there, to show we have nothing against your favourite pop star, here is a video below:

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