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Bob Chow, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256 service officer, tests the monitoring system with Joan Ryan of Nanaimo Lifeline. Branch 256 donated $2,000 to the Silent Guardian Fund in order to help veterans and their families receive Lifeline services.  - Photo contributed
Bob Chow, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256 service officer, tests the monitoring system with Joan Ryan of Nanaimo Lifeline. Branch 256 donated $2,000 to the Silent Guardian Fund in order to help veterans and their families receive Lifeline services.
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