VANCOUVER —Paul Dragan survived a daylight shooting in Yaletown back in June, when an aggravated employee shot him outside of Starbucks. A little more than three months later, this well-known Vancouverite and bike shop owner is back on his two wheels, participating in a charity event called the Vancouver Tweed Ride.
“Every week I get a little stronger. I have a little less pain and discomfort. We’re now 90 days since the shooting happened and you can see I’m standing here – I can walk, I can talk, and now I can ride my bike,” Dragan told Global News.
“The fact that I’m here is testament to the people who gave blood,” he said, asking people who donate if they are able.