Daybreak North | May 9, 2013 | 15:32

Cariboo North all-candidates discussion

Independent incumbent Bob Simpson, B.C. Liberal candidate Coralee Oaks, and B.C. NDP candidate Duncan Barnett discuss their platforms in the B.C. 2013 election.

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