Daybreak North | Feb 14, 2013 | 6:52

Dame drain writer now hitched

Northern B.C.'s dam drain is a real thing. Daybreak's Wil Fundal speaks with Amanda Follett, how has stuck it out, and found her significant other; they've built a life together in Smithers.

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