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CHEK News' "Vital People"

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CHEK News' "Vital People"

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Vital People, CHEK News' weekly news feature series, is sponsored by The Victoria Foundation. It focuses on stories of people and organizations dealing with issues covered in the foundation's annual Victoria's Vital Signs® community report. CHEK News' Vee Cooper went to great lengths to do three film shoots – with Dr. Stefanie Green, Maternity Physician in Victoria, with Shane Robinson, our web designer and developer, and in my home with my little grandsons and me.  She then combed our videos to include relevant clips from KidCareCanada's videos. We'd like to extend a huge "THANK YOU!" to Vee and the folks at CHEK News, The Victoria Foundation, and everyone who made it possible!

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia
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