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BC Chiropractor Inspiring Patients to Contribute Food to ‘One Tonne Challenge’

(L-R) Reegen Price, Dr. Sabrina Chen-See, and Kaye Parungao. Vancouver's Pediatric & Family Wellness Chiropractor has kicked off its annual food drive to help the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. Thanks to the generosity of the clinic's patients, the goal of donating one tonne of food is expected to be exceeded. (Courtesy of Dr. Sabrina Chen-See)
(L-R) Reegen Price, Dr. Sabrina Chen-See, and Kaye Parungao. Vancouver's Pediatric & Family Wellness Chiropractor has kicked off its annual food drive to help the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. Thanks to the generosity of the clinic's patients, the goal of donating one tonne of food is expected to be exceeded. (Courtesy of Dr. Sabrina Chen-See)

A Vancouver chiropractor has kicked off a food drive to help the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. The goal is to donate one metric tonne—1,000...


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