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Century anniversary of forced move of northern First Nation

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Researcher Troy Lee in Daybreak North studios (Photo Credit: CBC/Andrew Kurjata)

It's been a hundred years since the Lheidli T'enneh was forced off its traditional territory.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks to a researcher who is trying to add a new layer to the story many people already know.  Here's his conversation with Troy Lee:

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