PHOTO GALLERY: Masset takes off on Terry Fox Run

Runners and cyclists cross Hodges Avenue bridge for the Terry Fox Run in Masset on Sept. 15. (Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)
(Archie Stocker Sr. photo)

About 40 people participated in the Terry Fox Run in Masset this year, raising more than $1,400 for cancer research. This year’s run was held in memory of Taww.ga Halaa’ Leeyga, May Russ, who was a long-time supporter of the Terry Fox Foundation.

READ MORE: ‘If anybody could do it, he could,’ Terry Fox’s nurse to speak at B.C. run

READ MORE: VIDEO: ‘Team Canada of cancer research’ unveiled where Terry Fox began run


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