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GotSkill? Rebate Program provides direct help to North Bay business

GotSkill? Rebate Program provides direct help to North Bay business

'My business has sustained immense losses during this pandemic and every penny is needed to stay afloat'
Business leaders respond to Metso closure news

Business leaders respond to Metso closure news

"It is another one that is hard to swallow," Peter Chirico told CKAT. "As for the 65 employees who are going to be out of work, we hope that we will be able to assist in finding new employment in the mining sector."
<b>Local Mining company shutting its doors. Sixty-five jobs lost</b>

Local Mining company shutting its doors. Sixty-five jobs lost

'To close a factory is a hard but necessary decision, and we realize that it will have implications on our employees'
Council poised to park more money in downtown garage

Council poised to park more money in downtown garage

In 2014, there was talk the City was looking to unload the decades-old municipal garage but no deal resulted
<b>North Bay businessman fined $25,000 for professional misconduct</b>

North Bay businessman fined $25,000 for professional misconduct

CPA lawyer Nisha Dhanoa told the committee that Silveri was in a position of trust, calling his misconduct serious' and 'severe'
Rail advocacy group 'optimistic' province is moving forward with northern passenger train

Rail advocacy group 'optimistic' province is moving forward with northern passenger train

This is still a big issue with northerners to have their transportation needs met. They have been left out
A trio of local burgers ranked as northern Ontario's best

A trio of local burgers ranked as northern Ontario's best

Northern Ontario Travel Magazine lists three North Bay Burgers in its top 12 ranking
'Building Resilience in Uncertain Times' topic of Workplace Safety North webinar

'Building Resilience in Uncertain Times' topic of Workplace Safety North webinar

The webinar series is designed to help businesses and communities cope with changes caused by the pandemic
Le Chateau files for CCAA protection, plans to close its doors

Le Chateau files for CCAA protection, plans to close its doors

Le Chateau says it intends to remain fully operational as it liquidates its 123 stores, one of which is in North Bay, but the eventual closures will mean the end of about 1,400 jobs
Province wants your opinion on passenger rail and bus services in northeastern Ontario

Province wants your opinion on passenger rail and bus services in northeastern Ontario

'We're inviting everyone, particularly in northeastern Ontario, to take our survey and help build a transportation network that works for their needs'