Morning North | Jan 3, 2013 | 6:28

Sudbury's airport shuttle service

The Greater Sudbury Airport killed its shuttle service back in September of 2012. That left a void in ground service to and from the airport until it hires a company to provide the service. We spoke to a representative from a cab company that's trying to fill that void by offering its own airport shuttle service.

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