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B.C. apples gain from Ontario frost

Mother Nature giveth and she taketh away. 

Apple growers in Ontario say frost has damaged about 85 per cent of their crop, but Ontario's misfortunes could mean gains for Okanagan growers.

Brian Gilroy chairs the Ontario Apple Growers association and Kirpal Boparai is the President of the B.C. Fruit Growers Association, they explained

They joined Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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