Morning North | Jan 15, 2013 | 12:03

Ottawa Report/MP Report (Jan 15)

In this edition of our Ottawa Report, Ottawa Bureau chief for the Canadian Press Rob Russo talks about the Stephen Harper and the assembly of First Nations and what's at stake. Our MP report features Parry Sound Muskoka MP Tony Clement. He also talks about the meeting between the Prime Minister and the First Nations Chiefs, as well as concerns over low waters in Georgian Bay, and New Year's Levees in Parry Sound.

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