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    'Les Mis' opens in Prince George

    Amateurs producers can now buy the rights to produce Les Misérables. And a northern BC group of singers and actors are part of the elite troupe who can perform it. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata introduces a piece by Wil Fundal.

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