Morning North | Apr 2, 2013 | 6:37

Sudbury parish reaction to criminal charges against minister

The minister at St. Stephen's On The Hill United Church in Sudbury was charged with manslaughter and failing to provide the necessities of life in connection with the death of his wife two years ago. The CBC's Hilary Duff looks at how the parish is doing.

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