Morning North | Jun 26, 2013 | 7:08

Sudbury city council debates bus cameras and doctor recruitment

Sudbury city council had a couple of spending decisions to deal with at its last meeting. One of the expenses was for cameras on city buses. City council also debated how much money it should spend on doctor recruitment. We have audio of the debate on bot

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