Lifestyles

WILL 'STACHES SURVIVE INTO DECEMBER?

Local moustache-wearers will be making the decision to continue to grow, or let it go, this weekend, as the Movember event to raise funds for, and awareness of, prostate cancer, draws to a close. Showing support for their colleague Chris Mowat’s stash are TD Canada Trust customer-service representatives Jordane Joneson (left) and Nicola Strain in the Northills Mall location.  - DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
Local moustache-wearers will be making the decision to continue to grow, or let it go, this weekend, as the Movember event to raise funds for, and awareness of, prostate cancer, draws to a close. Showing support for their colleague Chris Mowat’s stash are TD Canada Trust customer-service representatives Jordane Joneson (left) and Nicola Strain in the Northills Mall location. 
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW

 

 

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