Morning North | May 8, 2014 | 7:11

Reaction to Lockerby mining deaths

Two more mining-related deaths bring the total to six in three years for the Sudbury area. There are renewed calls for an inquiry. The CBC's Kate Rutherford was out in the community to gather some reaction.

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