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The Block family had a great time at the Vancouver Canucks game last Wednesday thanks to Save-On Foods. Ten-year-old Matthew (third from left) was the lucky winner of the store’s Every Kids Dream contest. He skated with the Canucks and stood on the blue line for the pre-game ceremony to honour Olympic medalists, and the singing of the national anthems. Save-On also made sure Matthew and his older brother Kyle received new Canuck jerseys. On Tuesday, Matthew spent two hours undergoing an MRI to determine if he requires open heart surgery. - Photo submitted
The Block family had a great time at the Vancouver Canucks game last Wednesday thanks to Save-On Foods. Ten-year-old Matthew (third from left) was the lucky winner of the store’s Every Kids Dream contest. He skated with the Canucks and stood on the blue line for the pre-game ceremony to honour Olympic medalists, and the singing of the national anthems. Save-On also made sure Matthew and his older brother Kyle received new Canuck jerseys. On Tuesday, Matthew spent two hours undergoing an MRI to determine if he requires open heart surgery.
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The Block family had a great time at the Vancouver Canucks game last Wednesday thanks to Save-On Foods.

Ten-year-old Matthew (third from left) was the lucky winner of the store’s Every Kids Dream contest. He skated with the Canucks and stood on the blue line for the pre-game ceremony to honour Olympic medalists, and the singing of the national anthems. Save-On also made sure Matthew and his older brother Kyle received new Canuck jerseys.

On Tuesday, Matthew spent two hours undergoing an MRI to determine if he requires open heart surgery. Follow the Mirror of updates on his story.

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