Morning North | Oct 22, 2013 | 10:08

Documentary looks at life on remote Northern Ontario reserve

The documentary film 3rd World Canada looks at life on a remote reserve in Northwestern Ontario. It's meant to enlighten people about the living conditions there. We spoke to the person behind the film and a youth leader from the featured community.

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