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Prince Rupert canvassers behind goal for Sensible BC campaign

Sensible BC canvassers Trevor Kayzer and Lee Brain collected signatures for the petition pushing a referendum to decriminalize simple possession of marijuana in B.C. Kayzer said Prince Rupert canvassers have only gathered about 20 per cent of the needed signatures in Prince Rupert.  - Martina Perry photo
Sensible BC canvassers Trevor Kayzer and Lee Brain collected signatures for the petition pushing a referendum to decriminalize simple possession of marijuana in B.C. Kayzer said Prince Rupert canvassers have only gathered about 20 per cent of the needed signatures in Prince Rupert.
— image credit: Martina Perry photo

Sensible BC canvassers Trevor Kayzer and Lee Brain collected signatures for the petition pushing a referendum to decriminalize simple possession of marijuana in B.C.

Kayzer said Prince Rupert canvassers have only gathered about 20 per cent of the needed signatures in Prince Rupert.

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