EDMONTON — After the Jets managed to sweep the Oilers from the NHL playoffs, Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson had to make good on a bet with his Winnipeg counterpart.
Before the series began, Iveson and Brian Bowman, the mayor of Winnipeg, made a friendly wager. Whoever lost would take a picture in the opposing team’s jersey and donate $200 to the opposing city’s food bank.
Tuesday, Bowman posted a picture of Iveson in a Jets jersey, saying that Harvest Manitoba had also received a charitable boost.
Iveson later tweeted his thanks to Bowman, who had given a matching donation to Edmonton’s food bank.
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