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Committee recommends affordable housing development as neighbours air concerns

Committee recommends affordable housing development as neighbours air concerns

'Creating affordable housing close to the core and close to existing transportation routes — that's already on serviced property — is good planning and good policy'
Sundridge councillor shares knowledge from physician recruitment fair

Sundridge councillor shares knowledge from physician recruitment fair

Hicks told his council colleagues the purpose was to refine the marketing material and get a better understanding of how the physician recruitment process works at these events
One of the largest flu immunization campaigns in the province’s history launched

One of the largest flu immunization campaigns in the province’s history launched

Ontario will spend over $89 million this year to purchase 7.6 million flu vaccine doses, which is 1.4 million more doses than last year. This includes a total of 1.8 million doses specifically for seniors
<b>Gas price breaks a buck-fifty</b>

Gas price breaks a buck-fifty

Prices are up over 50 per cent from last year's average of 99.6
Shots fired while a vehicle was being chased by a motorcycle say Huntsville OPP

Shots fired while a vehicle was being chased by a motorcycle say Huntsville OPP

The vehicle being chased was eventually forced off the road and the motor cycle fled
Jake Tougas lands role with the Oilers Entertainment Group

Jake Tougas lands role with the Oilers Entertainment Group

'There is a certain atmosphere that you can really feel, there’s an energy that goes through the place, especially with nobody allowed in the stands for over a year it was really great to see fans back in the building.'
West Nipissing mayor hopes returning to chambers will calm council

West Nipissing mayor hopes returning to chambers will calm council

Another meeting was cancelled, and municipal work is piling up
Opinion: Dave Dale, Mom always said life wasn't fair

Opinion: Dave Dale, Mom always said life wasn't fair

Why cancel the Downtown North Bay Christmas Walk as the curve flattens? Even the school boards are bracing their wobbly spines enough to allow parents to attend outdoor sporting events before the football season ends
Status of Powassan legion building takes centre stage in council debate

Status of Powassan legion building takes centre stage in council debate

Powassan town council will have a detailed discussion on the future of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 453 building at its Tuesday council meeting
Saskatchewan COVID-19 patient being transferred to North Bay

Saskatchewan COVID-19 patient being transferred to North Bay

'We are extremely thankful to our partners in Ontario for stepping up and providing this support'