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Cufflinks
$50.00

French cuffs? These cufflinks are a sharp way to show your support for PCC. Price includes HST and shipping.

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Tie
$50.00

The PCC tie is 100% Italian silk and made in Canada. Price includes HST and shipping.

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Ladies Scarf
$50.00

The PCC ladies scarf is 100% Italian silk. Price includes HST and shipping.

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Pocket Square
$30.00

Brighten up your suit with our 100% Italian silk pocket square. Price includes HST and shipping.

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Jazz up your tux with our 100% Italian silk pre-tied bow tie. Price includes HST and shipping.

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Bow Tie
$40.00

Jazz up your tux with this 'tie your own' 100% Italian silk bow tie. Price includes HST and shipping.

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Baseball Cap
$15.00

This lightweight athletic cap is a great way to show your support for PCC! Price includes HST and shipping.

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Combo Pack
$5.00

This combo pack contains a car magnet, highlighter pen and our signature lapel pin. Price includes HST and shipping.

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A masterpiece in criminal suspense fiction! Author M.M. Melvin is donating all royalties from the sale of Thin Glass Houses to Prostate Cancer Canada. Signed by author.

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T-Shirt
$20.00

This fun unisex t-shirt is 100% pre-shrunk cotton. Price includes HST and shipping. 

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