Daybreak South | Apr 26, 2013 | 9:11

The Evolution of Golden, BC

The town of Golden, BC has undergone a major facelift in the past decade. Like many smaller communities, it's in the process of transforming itself from a resource-based economy to a tourist destination. Mayor Christina Benty sat down with Chris Walker.

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