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B.C.'s Maritime Museum looks for PQ 17 survivors

The Maritime Museum of British Columbia needs your help. The museum is about to launch an exhibit called PQ17: The Art of History. It's looking for people connected to the convoys of the Second World War. Anissa Paulsen is director of exhibits.

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