We’ve talked about it before, and we’re talking about it again... It’s Mo’vember.
This is the month in which to raise awareness about prostate cancer, to raise some money for research and hopefully save lives.
This is the most common cancer among Canadian males, afflicting one in six men, and is a greater threat for those with a family history of the disease.
That’s more than one guy on every sheet of ice during a men’s curling league night at a six-sheet club.
In the past, high-performance competitors have shown support by growing a Mo’vember moustache.
Last year we showed you the wonderfully cheesy Team Glenn Howard, all four of them adorned with a variety of facial foliage.
Team Brad Gushue lead man Jamie Korab also participated, at the 2008 Masters of Curling in Waterloo, Ontario (Capital One photo above by Anil Mungal).
Please visit the Mo’vember website for more information.