Morning North | Feb 14, 2013 | 5:03

The love of chocolate

Some would say chocolates are a must for Valentine's. Charlotte Pepin would probably agree. She's a chocolatier from Astorville, just south of North Bay. She talks about her love of chocolate and how she came to be in the chocolate business.

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