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Co-Operators agents Ted Leung of the Sunwood Square (Coquitlam) branch (left) and Jaspal Brar of the Newton branch have established an annual bursary to assist two single parents at Douglas College.

Students studying in the Bachelor of Business Administration – Financial Services Management program will be eligible to receive a $1,000 or $500, bursary depending on their need.

To donate or for more information, call 604-777-6176.

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