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Prince George river float attracts R.C.M.P. attention

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Prince George RCMP provide this photo of the type of activity they don't want to see happen this weekend.

For the fourth time in as many years, a Facebook event is being organized to get as many people as possible to float down the Nechako River in Prince George. Organizers Cody Gray and Ritchie Appiah say it's a great community event, but R.C.M.P. are targeting floaters who engage in unsafe or illegal behavior.

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