Morning North | Jan 16, 2013 | 4:24

The Human Libray Project: Len Frappier

We're airing previews of the 10 people who are going to be involved in the CBC Human Library project later this month. The project has people in the community volunteering to be a "human book" for a day. Today, we feature Len Frappier, who before co-ordinating The Point Needle Exchange in Sudbury, struggled with addiction himself.

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