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North Bay Hydro overcharges its owner, the City of North Bay

North Bay Hydro overcharges its owner, the City of North Bay

'The OEB is forcing NBH to contribute $18,700 to the Low-income Energy Assistance Program to help customers in need within its service area. North Bay Hydro will also pay an administrative monetary penalty of $1,000'
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> The Warrior spirit fuels Jason Thompson

Indigenous Leaders: The Warrior spirit fuels Jason Thompson

Thunder Bay and Red Rock entrepreneur 'blazing a new path' for Indigenous participation in the economy
For local Ramada, it's business as usual

For local Ramada, it's business as usual

The business ended up being closed for a month while it waited for the part. 'Like everything else, parts are hard to come by'
BeeBAGZ plans to replace plastic and keep food fresh longer

BeeBAGZ plans to replace plastic and keep food fresh longer

'Having used beeswax wrap for years, I saw an opportunity to further minimize single-use plastic by creating a zero-waste alternative to plastic bags'
City puts Main Street reconstruction project out to tender

City puts Main Street reconstruction project out to tender

Originally planned for 2022, tendering of the project was postponed last year following consultation with downtown businesses
Habitat for Humanity ReStore still has plans for North Bay

Habitat for Humanity ReStore still has plans for North Bay

Real estate costs and the availability of suitable properties in North Bay have been key barriers for Habitat for Humanity entering the North Bay market as a not-for-profit, start-up retail business
City getting another $343,695 from casino revenues

City getting another $343,695 from casino revenues

'With these revenues, municipalities are able to build better communities with more opportunities to live and work'
North Bay woman heads Sudbury urban art and music festival

North Bay woman heads Sudbury urban art and music festival

She received her BFA from Nipissing University in 2011 and prior to joining We Live Up Here, Lathem served as the executive director of Creative Industries, an art service organization serving North Bay/Nipissing since 2017
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Online platform brings Indigenous-made goods to the world

Indigenous Leaders: Online platform brings Indigenous-made goods to the world

Digital marketplace Biskane aimed at Indigenous makers to sell their products
<updated>Jobs of the Future:</updated> How Collège Boréal is helping ease veterinary shortages post-pandemic

Jobs of the Future: How Collège Boréal is helping ease veterinary shortages post-pandemic

As province undergoes review of Veterinarians Act, profession hopes to modernize, use RVTs to improve access to care