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Unseasonably warm winter causes problems for truckers and pond hockey

The province in the midst of an unseasonably warm winter. This is causing some problems for John Reed, as he tries to organize a pond hockey tournament in Prince George later this month.

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And it's not just outdoor enthusiasts being bothered by the balmy climate. Maryanne Arcand is the executive director of the Central Interior Logging Association, and she says it's interfering with the industries ability to do its job. And to make matters worse, CBC senior meteorologist Claire Martin says the warm weather may not disappear anytime soon.

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