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In Good Company: Air Canada at the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 VIP Reception

Our columnist shines the spotlight on the Invictus Games.

Toronto came alive as hundreds of military families and dignitaries arrived from all over the world to participate in the Invictus Games, an adaptive sporting event for injured, ill and wounded service men and women and veterans. More than 550 athletes from 17 countries competed in numerous events, including the Canadian team co-captain Simon Mailloux, who shared his story of combat, devastation and recovery.

Invictus Games VIP Reception: Mike Myers, Kelly Tisdale, Kerry Wheelman and General Jonathan Vance

Mike Myers, Kelly Tisdale, Kerry Wheelman and General Jonathan Vance, Chief of the Defence Staff, Canadian Armed Forces.

Invictus Games VIP Reception: Prince Harry

Prince Harry.

Invictus Games VIP Reception: Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and Justin Trudeau

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau.

Invictus Games VIP Reception: Mark Saunders and Eleanor McMahon

Mark Saunders, Chief, Toronto police service, and Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport.

Invictus Games VIP Reception: Rick Hansen with Michael Burns

Rick Hansen with Michael Burns, CEO of the 2017 Invictus Games.

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