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Toad River resident collects premiers' signatures on dollar bill

Earl Brown lives in the community of Toad River, north of Fort Nelson, where he has a unique piece of currency: a dollar bill decorated with the signatures of every premier from W.A.C Bennet onwards. Daybreak North's Andrew Kurjata called him up to find out how he got so much political capital.

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