Morning North | Sep 27, 2013 | 9:52

The long commute... to school

For Amanda Stresman, the commute to school is two hours long in each direction. Amanda joined us on our special program from Sudbury Secondary School with updates through her commute to school. This is a montage of our conversations.

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