Movember making waves through parliament

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Prince Albert’s clean-shaven MP Randy Hoback will sprout some facial fuzz this month, having joined the Movember effort. 

Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback is seen. Although cleanly shaven now, by the end of November, aka Movember, he’ll be sporting a moustache. Submitted photo

Prince Albert’s clean-shaven MP Randy Hoback will sprout some facial fuzz this month, having joined the Movember effort.

“This is to raise the awareness of prostate cancer and other male cancer initiatives, and the only reason I’m doing it is for this cause,” he said.

“I’m not normally one that grows facial hair. I haven’t really told my wife yet, but I’m sure she’ll understand.” 

Hoback joins many other members of Parliament who have opted to grow moustaches in November to raise money and awareness for men’s health issues.

“Pretty well every family in the riding knows somebody or has somebody in their family who’s either died of cancer or been treated for cancer,” Hoback said.

I’m not normally one that grows facial hair. I haven’t really told my wife yet, but I’m sure she’ll understand. Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback

“In my office, I have a lady right now going through chemotherapy and we’re supporting her as she goes through her battle with cancer, so it’s just a noble cause and I want to pitch in and help out.”

There has been a lot of excellent work done in the field of cancer research, Hoback said, with any amount of awareness or financial aid helpful.

To donate money toward men’s health issues, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives, visit Hoback’s Mo-Page, online at http://mobro.co/randyhoback

Organizations: Prince Albert

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