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What happened when an anti-vax social media influencer turned her attention to the fire-ravaged town of LyttonICU occupancy and case rates should be at a point where it, B.C. - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Leesa van Peteghen was grateful when a woman from Vancouver contacted her and offered to give her some money to buy gas.

Van Peteghen, who lived in Lytton, B.CThe emergency brake..health_minister, before it burned down last month, has been travelling between communities housing evacuees and offering volunteer support where she can.

It was only after Van Peteghen accepted about $680 that she found out that friends from Lytton were worried the woman wasn’t being transparent with her fundraising efforts — and that she was making social media videos packed with speculative claims about the fire’s origin.

Van Peteghen said she was taken aback and confuseds inauguration in 2009 for his first term as US president. She didn’t want to be in the middle of a contentious situation. Lytton had been through enough.

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