Morning North | Oct 1, 2013 | 7:09

Manitoulin Island's status as the largest in freshwater challenged

Manitoulin Island is often referred to as the largest freshwater island in the world, but the island of Marajo in Brazil makes the same claim. It's bigger but one side faces the Atlantic Ocean. The owner of the Manitoulin Expositor weighs in.

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