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 From left: Grant Tabin, Rocky Thompson, Kelly Smith, Scott Morrison, John ‘Johnny Canuck’ Collins and Tim Farrel. -
From left: Grant Tabin, Rocky Thompson, Kelly Smith, Scott Morrison, John ‘Johnny Canuck’ Collins and Tim Farrel.
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Members of International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 502 raised $2,660 on top of their annual collection of hundreds of pounds of food for the Surrey Food Bank.

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