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Drop-in center for sex workers in Prince George facing closure

A safe haven for survival sex trade workers in Prince George is struggling to survive. The New Hope Society's main source of funding from the federal government ran out in September, and now it is only able to open one day a week, down from five. Daybreak's Marissa Harvey spoke with some of the women at New Hope Society about why this service is so important to them. She also spoke to the Society's single volunteer, Jan Wilson, about the challenges she is facing.

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