Morning North | Feb 13, 2013 | 4:21

Sudbury city council votes to ban smoking in city parks

City parks in Greater Sudbury are going smoke-free. City council voted yes to ban smoking in playgrounds, soccer fields, arenas and other recreational areas. We have audio from the discussion around the subject at city council.

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