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Jian Ghomeshi says he'd like to come Prince George in 2015

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Jian Ghomeshi is the host of the wildly popular CBC program Q, heard on radio stations across the country and around the world. He is currently in Sochi providing cultural coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, so the question is: will he be coming to Prince George for next year's 2015 Canada Winter Games?

"It is something we've talked about," he says. "I'd really like to get there. I've only ever been to Prince George once in my life with my band back in the day, Moxy Fruvous, we played there, and I had a particularly good experience there and so I hope we can make it happen."

However, with requests from cities and events all over North America it can be difficult to accommodate everyone.

"There's only so many places we can go each year with the show and so you guys should step up the campaign. It's like an Olympic bid, getting Q to come to the city."

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