Castlegar firefighters join Movember challenge

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A group of Castlegar firefighters (left to right Stuart Ady, Sam Lattanzio, Gerry Rempel, Nick Pieszak, Matt Howell, Mark Smith and Nick Ahlefeld) have joined the Movember challenge to raise awareness of men’s health issues such as prostrate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide. You can donate to the cause through Team CFD StacheMasters at ca.movember.com (Submitted photo)

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