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Japanese debris enroute to BC coast

Something drifting this way comes.
From the Tsunami ravaged shores of Japan, to the pristine beaches of Haida Gwaii.
An estimated 1.5 million tonnes of debris is headed towards Canada.
But as George Baker learns, some of it may be breezing in much faster than ocean experts had predicted.
This is part one of George's series "Tsunami Drift."
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