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BC Provides Low-Income Families with Farmer's Market coupons.

A new BC program will hand out coupons for low-income families to spend at their local farmer's market. 'On the Coast' Associate Producer Jennifer Chen went to the market to find out how far the 15 dollars of coupons will go.
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What you can buy for fifteen dollars at the Kitsilano Farmer's Market.

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