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Record raised for PADDLE

Record raised for PADDLE

The Rotaract Club of North Bay–Nipissing in partnership with the North Bay Canoe Club held its 8th Annual Up the Creek Without a PADDLE event on Friday, raising over $16,000 for the Providing Adults with Developmental Disabilities Lifelong Experiences
RESULTS: Fifty six teams compete in Mattawa canoe race

RESULTS: Fifty six teams compete in Mattawa canoe race

Paddlers launched from Olmsted Beach, North Bay and made their way through the 64 km trek, five mandatory portages and moderate water levels to Mattawa Island.
Artscape 2016 studio tour a look behind the scenes

Artscape 2016 studio tour a look behind the scenes

The Almaguin Highlands Arts Council publishes a free map booklet with directions to participating sites.
Someone purchased a million dollar ticket in North Bay

Someone purchased a million dollar ticket in North Bay

No jackpot winners in Friday's Lotto Max draw. Jackpot grows to an estimated $60 million
Push Broadband Strategy Into High Speed says business group

Push Broadband Strategy Into High Speed says business group

“Committing funds to broadband infrastructure in rural and remote regions of the province will ensure that economic fragmentation is reduced in Ontario.”
Race open to innovation after forty years

Race open to innovation after forty years

Stand up paddleboard debuts at Mattawa River Canoe Race
'It's a calling' says man of military life

'It's a calling' says man of military life

An Ojibway man, Linklater was born in North Bay and raised in Thunder Bay.
Feeding wildlife can be harmful

Feeding wildlife can be harmful

When people intentionally feed them, wild animals often start to rely on people for food.
'Stranded' paddlers raise record amount

'Stranded' paddlers raise record amount

“It’s part of our heritage now as an organization..."
Missing man found dead

Missing man found dead

On Wednesday, the discovery of personal items at the water’s edge led the searchers to extend their efforts onto Lake Nipissing.