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Published on Mar 30, 2012

Haida carver Clarence Mills creates a rare 360-degree totem pole from an 800-year-old red cedar. The cedar was gifted to him by the Vancouver park board after a storm in Stanley Park brought it down.

Jim Whyte, who is funding the project, plans to donate the totem to his alma mater - the University of Oregon.

Langara Journalism students Emma Morrison, Devon MacKenzie and Carly Wignes filmed and edited the video.

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