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Scrambling to find alternatives for her daughter's city-run day camp, she was left with a maxed-out credit card and the prospect of having no money in her account for 10 days. Married with five children, the 51-year-old autoworker from Oshawa has been laid off from General Motors several times since January 2008."All you do is constantly worry about your family and your kids and keeping the roof over your head," he said.Hockey freely admits the move is "counter-cultural for the average bank." Getting it rolling required a massive effort to retrain staff, and executives weren't convinced at first that going public was the right approach.Project Umbrella is expected to have "no material impact" on TD's earnings or loan loss provisioning.The bank has 11 million Canadian clients and about 65 per cent of its branches are in Ontario. In her case, TD arranged for a consolidation loan worth about ,700 to cover her line of credit, Visa card and overdraft debts. She said asking for help was "embarrassing" at first, but she credits TD's staff for putting her at ease."The respect they gave me, it felt like I was millionaire coming in to buy a portfolio position," she said.

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is also reaching out to autoworkers in communities like Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax and Bowmanville."We've done some proactive work in communities that have been faced with loss of a major employer," said Larry Tomei, senior vice-president for retail markets.That includes public seminars on loan consolidation, debt repayment and investing severance packages.Although she kept up with her payments, Anne-Marie spiralled deeper into debt.It was the Toronto civic workers' strike that pushed her over the edge.

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is also reaching out to autoworkers in communities like Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax and Bowmanville."We've done some proactive work in communities that have been faced with loss of a major employer," said Larry Tomei, senior vice-president for retail markets.That includes public seminars on loan consolidation, debt repayment and investing severance packages.Although she kept up with her payments, Anne-Marie spiralled deeper into debt.It was the Toronto civic workers' strike that pushed her over the edge.Anne-Marie says she fell into a "vicious" debt trap after losing her job in late 2007.