After hours of intense interrogation, by Constable Leonard Isaac, of the Tribal Police Stl’Atl’Imx, Mr.Terrance Joseph Kosikar refused to testify and is protected under s. 13 of the Charter from having any incriminating statements “used to incriminate himself in any proceedings against him at this time. Kosikar says, “It’s not very often you see many […]
My new friend Mr. Shane Simpson, a member of the legislative assembly, joined us last week to help help us flip our tire while shackled in chains to raise awareness to PTSD and support those suffering with mental illness. watch vid
Here’s just the beginning of this weekend’s huge success from the Breaking the Chains BC team of volunteers who came down to help us raise awareness to PTSD and support those with Mental Illness . stay tuned all week for the amazing story ..
Breaking the Chains BC was invited to the Legislature Building in Victoria BC to have lunch with MLA Shane Simpson, the man who tabled Bill M203 the Presumption of Illness. We had an amazing talk about our petition, prevention, mental health and addiction, support and recovery. You’re invited to join us in Stanley Park, English […]
PRIME VISION / 21st Century / Gamut Productions presents: 1st ever mini Documentary – invite to help us raise awareness to PTSD and support mental health.
Meet a few Canadian First Responders and the Beautiful people of Canada who helped sign our petition during Canada Day. So far in the last week we have over 2000 signatures. Thank you Canada , we LOVE YOU.
Originally By Victoria Buzz – July 5, 2016 – Click here to read original article Terrance Joseph Kosikar is 43-years-old and lives in the beautiful back-country mountains of British Columbia, Canada. On the opening day of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, a luge athlete by the name of Nodar Kumaritashvili, was killed during a training run at the Whistler Sliding […]
Originally posted CTV News Vancouver here A British Columbia man who was the first responder to a horrific luge accident during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics has finished a personal journey that he undertook in memory of the athlete who died. Terrance Kosikar arrived at the base of Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler on Saturday, completing […]