TOUR DE ROCK GETS THUMBS-UP: Silas Cox of Vancouver

Tour de Rock gets a big thumbs-up at Parksville’s Rathtrevor Provincial Park

The big ride is in September but fundraising events are happening this weekend in Parksville and Qualicum Beach

TOUR DE ROCK GETS THUMBS-UP: Silas Cox of Vancouver, 4, poses for a photo in a Tour de Rock rider’s jersey during the Cops for Cancer Tour de Park event at Rathtrevor Park Wednesday. This Saturday, another Tour de Park fundraiser will be held beginning at 10 a.m. and a barbecue and drink, meet and greet is scheduled for 4 p.m. at 321 Burnham Rd. in Qualicum Beach. Barbecue tickets are $25; for availability, e-mail

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