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Call to lift Nelson's dog ban for summer

Could dogs be walking Nelson's downtown and Baker Street this summer? (Courtesy CBC)

Since the late 1980s man's best friend has been banned from Baker Street in downtown Nelson, B.C.

The ban was recently portrayed across Canada, in front page National Post story as a move by older Hippies to prevent younger Hippies from moving in.

Now a city councilor, Deb Kozak, wants to get the dog ban lifted, at least for this summer's tourist season.

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