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Trying to stop gang recruitment in Prince George

The scene of an arson in November 2010 suspected to be linked to gangs in Prince George. (Betsy Trumpener/CBC)

Prince George has been named Canada's most dangerous city and has a number of active gangs in the community. Now city leaders and youth are trying to cut gangs off from the bottom by curtailing recruitment of new members.

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