Daybreak North | Jun 24, 2013 | 4:22

Thousands appear for Jehovah Witness convention in Prince George

Thousands of Jehovah Witnesses are heading home this morning after a weekend in Prince George. They were in town for a convention -- which is quite common for Jehavoahs at this time of year. Daybreak's Adrian Mrdeza has more.

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