Morning North | Jan 31, 2013 | 4:21

Public health documents recovered from Elliot Lake mall

Sensitive files have been retrieved from the Algo Centre Mall demolition in Elliot Lake. Three filling cabinets full of those documents belonged to the Algoma Public Health Unit and their recovery is a huge relief for health unit officials. The CBC's Amy Dodge spoke with Marshall Chow of the Algoma Public Health Unit in Elliot Lake.

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