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Northern B.C. sign stirs up controversy in Burns Lake

Gwyn's Green Grocer owner Gwyndolyn Nicholas is shocked by the backlash created, after an erroneous post about her sign went viral on Facebook. (Photo Credit: Lakes District Clean Waters Coalition)

Gwyn's Green Grocer is writing a letter of appeal to the village of Burns Lake to allow her to keep a sign she posted.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Gwyndolyn Nicholas about why one sign has stirrred up some controversy.   

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