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Disharmony sparked by Prince George project

Site of old Prince George Hotel
The site of the old Prince George hotel and the future site of BC's Wood Innovation and Design Centre (Photo Credit: CBC/Wil Fundal)

Ex-finance minister Kevin Falcon has been put in the media spotlight saying Premier Christy Clark 'overstepped' fiscal boundaries with promises about the building of the wood tower in Prince George.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with the CBC's Dan Burritt for more.

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