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Performing Arts Centre back at Prince George City Council

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Society wants to build Performing Arts Centre in Prince George, B.C. 

The chair of the Prince George Regional Performing Arts Centre Society thinks it's 'nonsensical' that the region doesn't have already have Performing Arts Centre. Kirk Gable is chair of that society that is pushing for a place for people to perform. Daybreak's Russell Bowers speaks to Gable for more. 

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