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Broadcaster Parsons speaks to group at UFV

Tony Parsons shares a few laughs with audience members after an hour-long talk at UFV Chilliwack
Tony Parsons shares a few laughs with audience members after an hour-long talk at UFV Chilliwack's campus, hosted by UFV’s Centre for Education and Research on Aging (CERA). Parsons, 72, spoke about his thoughts on homelessness, his experiences with the Stanley Cup Riots, and a lifetime in broadcasting.
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Tony Parsons shares a few laughs with audience members after an hour-long talk at UFV Chilliwack's campus, hosted by  UFV’s Centre for Education and Research on Aging (CERA). Parsons, 72, spoke about his thoughts on homelessness, his experiences with the Stanley Cup Riots, and a lifetime in broadcasting.

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