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Totem project honours one of the most influential Haida artists of the 20th century

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Daybreak host George Baker tries his had at totem carving.

On a gravel road in the Kitsumkalum Canyon, artist Joe Mandur is chipping away at a special project. He is slowly carving a totem pole in honour of Freda Diesing, one of the most influential carvers of the 20th century. And Mandur is seeking a little help. Daybreak's George Baker has more on the artist's plans:

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