Morning North | Jul 28, 2014 | 5:37

Can I buy you a coffee?

A church in Sudbury is trying to change the conversation around homelessness. Two of its members are in downtown Sudbury offering money to anyone who wants to buy a coffee. The CBC's Marina von Stackelberg spoke with the pair.

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