First baby of the new year in Northern B.C. born in Dawson Creek

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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The first baby born in Northern B.C. is Camilla Nora Taylor at the Dawson Creek Hospital.

Tricia and Ryan of Bay Tree Alberta, welcomed baby Camilla at 7:25 a.m. mountain time weighing 6lbs, 11oz.  Camilla is also welcomed by her big brother Emmett.  A photo of Camilla will be shared as soon as one is released by Northern Health.

Camilla wasn’t the first baby born in B.C., that was a baby born at Surrey Memorial Hospital at 12:00:09.

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