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Prince George sex-trade workers face tougher streets because of service cuts

The only shelter dedicated strictly to helping sex-trade workers in Prince George is down to one day per week.

As international media and human rights activists struggle to come to grips with missing women, those who live the dangerous lives of prostitution in the north struggle to find a way out. Association Advocating for Women and Children executive director Diane Nakamura speaks with Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener.

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