B.C. sisters born 4 years apart celebrate rare Feb. 29 birthday

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Olivia and Jordyn Campbell like to joke that they are turning three and four years old on Thursday — despite being born four years apart.

That’s because the sisters, who are actually 12 and 16, share the same birthday: Feb. 29, a leap day that only comes around every four years.

“A lot of people are surprised when I tell them [my birthday],” Jordyn said from her home in Dawson Creek — a city in B.C.’s Peace River region around 740 kilometres north of Vancouver —  where her family was celebrating with a trip to the local rock climbing wall. 

And when she tells them about her

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