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Prince George mother furious after teen daughter gets tattoo without parental consent

A Prince George mother is furious after her 15-year-old daughter got this tattoo without parental consent. (CBC)
A CBC News hidden camera investigation reveals some B.C. tattoo parlours are inking teenagers without parental consent -- despite a recommendation from the province that minors should obtain the permission of a parent. Our story begins in Prince George:

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