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A safe harbour

Courtenay Rexall front store manager Bob Casault and Alisha Featherstone proudly display a Safe Harbour certificate after recently completing a Safe Harbour: Respect for All workshop. Rexall is committed to treating all customers with dignity and respect and being a safe refuge for anyone needing an immediate safe space. - Photo submitted
Courtenay Rexall front store manager Bob Casault and Alisha Featherstone proudly display a Safe Harbour certificate after recently completing a Safe Harbour: Respect for All workshop. Rexall is committed to treating all customers with dignity and respect and being a safe refuge for anyone needing an immediate safe space.
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