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Should you stop idling your car in the winter time?

The Northern Environmental Action Team warns that exhaust from cars can impact children's health for years.

When weather dips to 30 below, it can be tempting to leave your car idling in order to stay warm. But an environmental group in Fort St John wants to cut down on the practice because they say it's bad for the environment and your health. Karen Mason-Bennett is with the Northern Environmental Action Team. She spoke with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.

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