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Risk of flooding continues in Far North

Just in time for Emergency Preparedness Week, people in the far north are preparing for potential flooding. The spring breakup on the Moose River could lead to an evacuation of far north residents.

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Morning North Business with Brian Vendramin - customer service Mar 2, 2015 | 8:09Our business columnist Brian Vendramin joined us for a chat about customer service.
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Morning North National Snowcross Championships in Sudbury Feb 27, 2015 | 6:01Snowmobile enthusiasts can take in exciting day of racing in Sudbury. The National Snowcross Championships will be taking place at the Black Stone Golf Course. Ken Avaan is race director for the event. He told us more about this competition.
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Morning North Living a week with frozen water pipes Feb 26, 2015 | 5:21Oksana Motalo of Sudbury had to get creative about water while she waited for the city to come and thaw her frozen water pipes... for the second time. She told the CBC's Kate Rutherford about how she and her family managed for a week without water.

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