Flying Canoe hosts Movember Party

The Flying Canoe West Coast Pub has created a pizza shaped like a moustache -- sales will go to prostate cancer research.

Moustache season is open.

Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces, in Canada and around the world every November. With their mo’s, these men raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer.

The Flying Canoe West Coast Pub has created a special pizza shaped like a moustache with $1 from every purchase going to prostate cancer research.

In addition, the Flying Canoe is encouraging all men in the Comox Valley to participate in growing a mo and joining them for their Movember Party on Nov. 30 at the Flying Canoe.

Visit www.ca.movember.com for more details on Movember.

— Flying Canoe West Coast Pub

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