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Walking for family values

Balwinder Kahlon (centre) has spent the last six months walking entirely across Canada, starting in St. John
Balwinder Kahlon (centre) has spent the last six months walking entirely across Canada, starting in St. John's on April 1, and ending in Victoria in October. He's walking with Drug Awareness Foundation Calgary, which seeks out to bring awareness to drug and alcohol addiction, with the focus on re-instilling family values. The group walked through Agassiz last Friday.
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