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Destigmatize PTSD in First Responders BREAKING THE CHAINS BC

POST TRAUMATIC STRESS IS NOT A DISORDER IS AN INJURY. TIRE FLIPPING 38 KM IN 30 DAYS TO HELP RAISE AWARENESS IN THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT ABOUT THE PTSD SITUATION IN THE FIRST RESPONDERS ACROSS CANADA.

BILL M203 - PRESUMPTION OF ILLNESS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS ITS NOT WEAK TO SPEAK

PUBLIC PETITION TO FORCE BRITISH COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT TO MAKE AN AMMENDMENT TO BILLM203. FLIPPING A TIRE UP TO MOUNTAIN Whistler Blackcomb, PARLAMENT BUILDING IN Victoria, ENGLISH BAY Vancouver

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BREAKING THE CHAINS BC

IT'S NOT WEAK TO SPEAK

Public Awareness to Presumption Of Illness Bill M203, while removing the stigma of PTSD for First Responders

INTRODUCTION OF BILL M203 IN LEGISLATION

February 2017, Terrance Kosikar has been invited to the Legislation while Bill M203 was introduced.