VIDEO: Fundraising for a better support network

Pacific Coastal Airlines hosts annual golf tournament to help First Nations

Baneet Braich

Dozens of golfers turned out on Thursday for Pacific Coastal Airlines’ 25th annual charity golf tournament.

The event was held at the Mayfair Lakes Golf Club in Richmond – despite the rain – to raise money for three charities: the Source Club in Powell River, the Native Education College in Vancouver and the Ktunaxa Nation and Operation Street Angel. Proceeds go towards helping supply food, healthcare, and shelter to those in need.

Kathryn Teneese, the chair of the Ktunaxa Nation council, said this is an opportunity to give back to the community and create an engaging network for individuals across the province.

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