October 2012
Xtra West (Vancouver);10/4/2012, Issue 499, p16
The article presents photographs of the AIDS Walk event which began from Stanley Park to the AIDS Memorial in Vancouver, British Columbia, which raised 230,000 dollar for people living with HIV/AIDS.


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