Morning North | Oct 24, 2013 | 9:15

Report from Queen's Park - Rick Bartolucci

We check in with the MPP for Sudbury, Rick Bartolucci for this week's edition of Report from Queen's Park. We touched on a number of subjects including the handling of the gas plant scandal and who will replace him in the next election.

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