The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock arrived in Ladysmith this afternoon led by Ladysmith resident Const. Misty Dmytar (front right). Check back tomorrow morning for the full story or pick up tomorrow's print edition for more.

Tour de Rock arrives!

The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock arrived in Ladysmith this afternoon.

Ladysmith welcomed the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock with opens arms this afternoon.

The Tour’s 21 riders rolled into the parking lot of the LDCU this afternoon flanked by an Honour Guard comprising RCMP officers and Ladysmith Fire/Rescue members.

Following a brief address by Tour rider and Ladysmith resident Const. Misty Dmytar, the TDR crew looked on as heads were shaved, fundraising totals were announced and the Wall of Heroes mural was unveiled.

See tomorrow’s edition of the Chronicle for more, or check back here tomorrow for links to our 2013 Tour de Rock slideshow.

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