Movember means mustache time

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Doug Herbert and Josh Pagé are shaven clean and ready to start growing mustaches to raise money for prostate cancer research (CBC).
It's time once again for men to shave clean, and start growing out the best soup strainers they can.

Our own Doug Herbert and Josh Pagé are taking part this year. Doug is a Movember veteran, while Josh just shaved his beard for the first time in about five years.

We will post a photo at the end of the month to show their progress.

You can listen to host Shelley Joyce's interview with prostate cancer survivor Larry Reynolds. He explains why prostate cancer awareness and research is important.

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