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Morning North | Dec 27, 2012 | 7:05

No Boxing Day shopping for Sudbury this year, but...

While most of the shoppers in the province were out shopping on Boxing day, shoppers in Sudbury and the Sault were forced to wait an extra day to get in on the savings. That could soon change in Sudbury. We checked in with a local retailer and a big chain store to see how the change would affect them.

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