Our Community: Still time to sign up for Warrior run
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The Wounded Warrior Run B.C. is set to start on Feb. 25 in Port Hardy and arrive at the B.C. legislature on March 3. The run, in which athletes cover more than 600 kilometres in seven days, is to raise funds and awareness for service personnel struggling with operational stress injuries, such as post-traumatic stress disorder. In the relay-style run, the team will stop at Legions and communities t▶ Full story on timescolonist.com
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