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Ownership of Victoria Towers in Prince George investigated

The people made homeless by the Victoria Towers apartment fire last month are finally getting back on their feet. They've found new homes thanks to a joint effort between the province, the city of Prince George, and numerous community groups and volunteers. But conspicuously absent from those who helped these displaced residents out, the landlords of the building they once called home. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata did some digging into who's behind the company that owns and manages the building, and came up with over 50 court cases and an arrest warrant.

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