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National Park Debate in the B.C.'s Interior

The provincial government has come out against a plan for a new national park in the B.C. Parks Canada has been working on the project in the South Okanagan and the Lower Similkameen for more than 7 years. The move is a shock to park supporters like Dick Cannings. He is a biologist, author and a bird expert. He spoke to the program from Penticton.
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