Colony of bees — and pounds of honey — found living inside Carolyn Stokes's house

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A colony of honey bees (about 40,000) were found living on the top floor of CBC host Carolyn Stokes's St. John's home. Paul and Brenda Dinn of Adelaide's Honey helped Carolyn take the bees into their new, temporary home.

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