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Keep on trucking to good health

From left: Dr. Lloyd Oppel, chair, Council on Health Promotion, BCMA; Dr. Mark Schonfeld, CEO, BCMA; Laurie Forbes, vice-president of administration, CPx; and Sally McCarthy, people consultant, CPx.   -
From left: Dr. Lloyd Oppel, chair, Council on Health Promotion, BCMA; Dr. Mark Schonfeld, CEO, BCMA; Laurie Forbes, vice-president of administration, CPx; and Sally McCarthy, people consultant, CPx.
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Long-haul trucking firm Coastal Pacific Xpress (CPx) of Surrey was recently awarded the B.C. Medical Association’s Council on Health Promotion Award of Excellence for its staff wellness programs.

The company was honoured at a ceremony in Vancouver.

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