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Enbridge's Northern Gateway advertising poem sparks debate

An advertising campaign that includes a poem about the Pacific ocean is creating debate, including award winning Haida Gwaii poet Susan Musgrave. Here are the voices of Musgrave, Enbridge spokesperson Ivan Giesbrecht and people in Prince George.

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Daybreak North - Terrace strange sound video is about to mark 2 million hitsNov 6, 2013 | 6:58Daybreak North Terrace strange sound video is about to mark 2 million hits Audio
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