Morning North | Feb 14, 2013 | 7:59

Reaction to Sudbury dropping the Ontario Ombudsman

We have reaction to the decision by Greater Sudbury city council to cut ties with Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin as its official investigator. You'll hear from listeners and the private firm set to replace the Ombusdman as the CBC's Erik White helps clear up some of the confusion around this story.

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