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Caving club searching for Canada's deepest cave in northwestern B.C.

A group of cavers from Prince George is on a quest to B.C.'s far northwest to identify what could be Canada's deepest cave. Bob Rutherford, president of the Northern B.C. Caving Club, will begin exploring a large limestone formation near Atlin, on the Tak

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