Building on the Past in Silver Islet

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

One family's pandemic project has been to restore an old mining equipment storage space into a general store to serve the community. Northwestern Ontario Hub journalist Charnel Anderson tells us what went into the effort and why it will be an important community and tourist hub.
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