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Raising a stink over northern B.C. restrooms

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A Kitimat resident is upset about the state of restrooms in northern B.C. (Doug Thomson)

A Kitimat resident is upset at the state of restrooms along northern B.C. highways. 

Doug Thomson frequently travels from his home in Kitimat to visit family in Vancouver and in Whitehorse. 

He says over the years, the state of roadside restrooms have gradually deteriorated. 

Recently, he snapped photos of garbage and mess at the Seven Sisters rest stop near Terrace in the hopes of attracting the attention of the province.

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