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Cst. Allard gets his head shaved during the Cops for Cancer fundraiser at Kildonan Place Shopping Centre on May 11. Cst. Chris Davidson, the event’s organizer, said early estimates peg the amount raised at approximately $50,000. He said approximately 25 RCMP members and 25 Winnipeg Police Service members participated in the event.

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Cst. Allard gets his head shaved during the Cops for Cancer fundraiser at Kildonan Place Shopping Centre on May 11. Cst. Chris Davidson, the event’s organizer, said early estimates peg the amount raised at approximately $50,000. He said approximately 25 RCMP members and 25 Winnipeg Police Service members participated in the event. Photo Store

Cst. Allard gets his head shaved during the Cops for Cancer fundraiser at Kildonan Place Shopping Centre on May 11. Cst. Chris Davidson, the event’s organizer, said early estimates peg the amount raised at approximately $50,000. He said approximately 25 RCMP members and 25 Winnipeg Police Service members participated in the event.

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