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CBC uncovers more unwarranted parking tickets

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A Diamond Parking sign in Vancouver, B.C. (CBC)
Sometimes we bring you a story that just seems to touch a nerve. 

CBC News has received several more complaints from drivers after an investigation in September featured motorists who said Diamond Parking is issuing questionable parking tickets.

Since then, we have heard from hundreds of listeners and many more drivers have come forward to complain they got tickets from Diamond Parking Service when they did not park in an illegal spot.

Investigative reporter Natalie Clancy has been following up on those tips from the public, and told Daybreak host Chris Walker what people can do if they get a bogus parking ticket.

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