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Citizen's group working to remove railway tracks from downtown Sudbury

The citizen's group Imagine Sudbury has a plan to get rid of some of the railway tracks in Sudbury's downtown. They want the CP rail line re-routed out of the downtown area. Susan Thompson, a co-founder of the group, told us about the progress being made.

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