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In Plain Sight: The Campbellton Crosses

Our weekly series about the history behind objects, landmarks and structures that are part of the community landscape takes us to northern New Brunswick. Storyteller Kevin Arseneau talks about two objects halfway up Sugarloaf Mountain that are a daily reminder of a tragedy that happened more than eighty years ago.

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