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Canada's National Ballet School in Sudbury for auditions

Canada's National Ballet School is searching for young talent. It's holding auditions across the country and one of the stops is in Sudbury. We spoke about the auditions with Ashleigh Powell, the school's Community Engagement Co-Manager.

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