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Prince Rupert project ensures kids from underprivileged families can give gifts this Christmas

An anti-poverty organization in Prince Rupert set up a unique program this year. Instead of having people donate gifts to give to underprivileged children, they asked for gifts that underprivileged children could give to the adults in their life. It lets without the funds to buy presents for people in their lives get in on the Christmas giving. Daybreak's Leisha Grebinski went along.

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