Daybreak Kamloops | Sep 23, 2013 | 4:37

Giving and receiving in Kamloops

What started as a university project has evolved into much more for Stephanie Patsula. For weeks she's been gathering people's stories ... Several dozen of them are written on the backs of cue cards ... Stories about giving and recieving.

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