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Tony Harris, left, and Mike Harris, right, of the New Car Dealers Foundation of B,C., present Tchadas Leo of Nanaimo with a $1,000 education grant. The money is part of the $19,000 CarCareerBC bursary program to help individuals with post-secondary education and training.  - Photo contributed
Tony Harris, left, and Mike Harris, right, of the New Car Dealers Foundation of B,C., present Tchadas Leo of Nanaimo with a $1,000 education grant. The money is part of the $19,000 CarCareerBC bursary program to help individuals with post-secondary education and training.
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