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Ditching dykes

The City of Prince George wants to borrow 3-and-a-half million dollars for their River Road Dike project.
But before it does, it needs permission from the Prince George taxpayers.
But the way the city is getting approval is meeting with disapproval from one well-known activist.
Eric Allen was one of the city's lead anti-HST organizers.
Now he's turned his attention to the dike project, which he says unnesccesarry

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