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WATCH: Indo Canadian Wrestler from Surrey Suspended

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 18 Sep, 2020
  • WATCH:  Indo Canadian Wrestler from Surrey Suspended

WATCH: Jason Bains, a University of the Fraser Valley Cascades wrestler has received a four-year ban and had his national silver medal removed for using a banned substance. BC teachers unhappy with the Ministry of Education over COVID-19 guidelines in the classroom, and Vancouver’s worse air quality continues.

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