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Prince George hiker gets help from Saskatchewan

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Dana Meise, who has been hiking across the country for the past five years, had his gear destroyed on the Onion Lake Cree Nation. (CBC)

A northern B.C. hiker's most treasured possessions went up in smoke at a rodeo in Onion Lake in Saskatchewan.  But that hasn't stopped Dana Meise's world-record attempt.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata has more.

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