In Depth

A look back at the last four years around the Sudbury city council table

As we head into a municipal election, CBC city hall reporter Erik White went through his vast collection of council tape to put together these four documentaries, highlighting the main themes and issues from the last term of Sudbury city council.

To help set the stage for the municipal election campaign this fall, CBC city hall reporter Erik White went through his vast collection of council tape to put together these four documentaries, highlighting the main themes and issues from the last term of Sudbury city council.

It includes a look at how questions of transparency and accountability came to dominate the city council agenda during this past term:

How one of the major issues facing Sudbury city councillors were the issues they have with each other:

The ever-present question of city finances and property taxes:

And the recurring issue of so-called "core services"; what services the city should be providing and what citizens should be paying for.

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