Economic Impact of World Under-17 Hockey Challenge being surveyed

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Fans attending the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge games in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek, which begin tomorrow, are themselves being challenged to participate in an economic impact study.

Ross deBoer is the Fort St. John Director of Recreation and Leisure Services.

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At last, world event organizers are still looking for volunteers to assist with conducting the survey in both cities.

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