Man running across Canada to raise money for kids arrested in Quebec
Curtis Hargrove is a 23-year-old Albertan doing something for the kids: he's running across Canada to raise funds for the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation in Edmonton.
Curtis started on the east coast, but when he got to Quebec, he hit a road block: he was asked by police to stop running on the TransCanada. He refused, and was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice.
Dan Delmar spoke to Curtis today.
To help out with the campaign, head to Curtis' Facebook page.