Morning North | Jul 10, 2013 | 7:33

Sudbury city council looking at hiring integrity commissioner

Greater Sudbury city council voted to look into the possibility of hiring an integrity commissioner. Many councillors don't seem convinced however. We have a taste of the debate around the idea of hiring an integrity commissioner at Sudbury city council.

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