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Quesnel land slowly slips away

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West Quesnel (Photo Credit: quesnel.ca)

Families are hopeful about a solution to stop land erosion that is putting their homes at risk. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Jack Marsh, the project manager for the Land Stability Project.

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