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Christmas taste of the city

Maria Danysh and Sheri Jack, of the City of Burnaby's special events office, check out a gingerbread house representing the Shadbolt Centre. It's one of 14 such fanciful structures conceived and built by various city departments to represent the work they do. They'll be on display in the lobby of the Shadbolt Centre until Dec. 13.

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