Morning North | Feb 11, 2013 | 3:07

Unionizing Sudbury's volunteer firefighters

They're called volunteer firefighters but these part-time firefighters do get paid. There are 300 part-time firefighters in the Greater Sudbury area and they are looking to organize. Find out more about the push to unionize volunteer firefighters in Greater Sudbury.

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