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Bloor West Chiropractic
Toronto

September 12, 2009

Dr. Carol Cancelliere completes the last day of her locum at Bloor West Chiropractic on Willard Street prior to a fresh young doctor purchasing the clinic to operate under someone else's tenure.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Uploaded: 14/09/2009
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Tags: carol cancelliere; chiropractic; chiropractor; bloor west village; willard street; bloor west chiropractic
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