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21 Aerospace Control & Warning Squadron has a new Honorary Colonel

21 Aerospace Control & Warning Squadron has a new Honorary Colonel

With an average term of three years, an Honorary Colonel is a civilian member of the local community
<b>Opinion:</b> Long Term Care conditions no surprise to anyone

Opinion: Long Term Care conditions no surprise to anyone

'If they had the time to work with my grandmother, they would have seen the problem and gotten her the treatment she needed, which would have avoided an extremely painful death'
<b>Cover those plants. Frost advisory tonight</b>

Cover those plants. Frost advisory tonight

Cover up plants, especially those in frost-prone areas
LUNCH BREAK: Unboxing a new toy to make new toys

LUNCH BREAK: Unboxing a new toy to make new toys

Drew takes us through unboxing of his new 3D printer
Bike demand sparks increase in sales, repairs

Bike demand sparks increase in sales, repairs

Every time I go for a ride, being able to see the sights, smell the smells, the occasional wildlife encounter, all of these things are wonderful.
Another first as municipality set to recognize Pride Month in West Nipissing

Another first as municipality set to recognize Pride Month in West Nipissing

'It's extremely important — especially when you consider what's happening in the community of Emo right now. They refused to recognize Pride Month a few weeks ago and there was a massive petition. Now the municipality has, for a second time, refused to pass it once again.'
VILLAGE VIDEO: Big cats! Just 'lion' around

VILLAGE VIDEO: Big cats! Just 'lion' around

Check them out hanging out on top of rocky outcrops, or even laying in the middle of the road
Good morning, North Bay!

Good morning, North Bay!

Set positive goals for yourself today
<b>Opinion:</b> Mayor continues to refuse to make the prudent financial decisions necessary to assist taxpayers

Opinion: Mayor continues to refuse to make the prudent financial decisions necessary to assist taxpayers

City Hall has been closed to the public since the middle of March. No reasonable explanation has been given as to why taxpayers should be paying for services that are not essential, not required and are not being performed
Back to feeding the meters

Back to feeding the meters

Parking enforcement was eased and bus fares temporarily suspended in the early days of the COVID-19 in response to non-essential businesses being shut down.