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Backyard hockey rink at risk of being shut down in Prince Rupert

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Members of the "Prince Rupert Seawolves" play in the Stigivants' back yard rink. (George Baker)

Jonathan and Terena Stigivant built a hockey rink in their backyard for their four children and other neighbourhood kids to practice their ice skills. But the city of Prince Rupert says it breaks local bylaws, and want it moved. Daybreak's George Baker brings us this story.

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