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Dam discontent

Terry Lee Wagar, middle, leads cheers of protesters in front of the city hall annex on Dunsmuir Street on Wednesday.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Terry Lee Wagar, middle, leads cheers of protesters in front of the city hall annex on Dunsmuir Street on Wednesday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Terry Lee Wagar, middle, leads cheers of protesters in front of the city hall annex on Dunsmuir Street on Wednesday.

About 80 people against proposed Colliery Dam Park remediation methods showed up to back a proposal to get the city to consider an alternative method to strengthen the park’s lower dam.

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