Morning North | Sep 19, 2013 | 6:43

Sudbury soup kitchen featured on Undercover Boss Canada

The Blue Door Soup Kitchen in Sudbury will be featured in the season premier of the TV show Undercover Boss Canada on the Women's Network. Bob Johnston was the kitchen manager when the TV crew showed up. He told us about the experience.

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