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Kitimat mayor, Rio Tinto Alcan don't know what public port announcement means

Mayor Joanne Monaghan would like to know what a federal government announcement making the Port of Kitimat public means for her community (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press).

When the federal government announced that the Port of Kitimat would become public it took a few people by surprise- including Kitimat's largest employer, and it's mayor. Joanne Monaghan tells Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata that not only did she not get any prior warning about this announcement- she still hasn't been able to find out what it means for her community.

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