Tragically Hip face masks raise $40,000 to support Canadian musicians

TORONTO -- Face masks emblazoned with the Tragically Hip's popular song title “Courage” have raised more than $40,000 in support of Canada's music industry.

The Kingston, Ont. band started selling the COVID-19 non-medical cloth masks last summer for $15 each on its web store and funnelling the proceeds to the Unison Benevolent Fund.

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