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If they build it, will northern British Columbians buy?

Natural gas stations for trucks are now a reality in Alberta.  Could this add to the Peace region's already booming market?  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Alicia Milner, President of the Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance.

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