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The true story of the Thornhill strawberries (and how they were stolen by Americans)

These strawberries are not as big as the Thornhill strawberries. (CBC)

Imagine strawberries so big you need egg cartons to get them around. The Thornhill Strawberry has been growing near Terrace for the past century, and it all started with the Michaudbrothers. Monica Michaud Weldon tells a story from her family history.

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