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West Nipissing overhauls procedural by-law

West Nipissing overhauls procedural by-law

Committee combed through the document ‘line by line’ Mayor explained
Ontario to allow health-care staff to work 'outside of their regular responsibilities' amid shortage

Ontario to allow health-care staff to work 'outside of their regular responsibilities' amid shortage

Critics of the government say they're concerned changes to health-care worker regulations will ultimately put patients at risk
High schoolers will need Grade 9 or 10 Technological Education credit to graduate

High schoolers will need Grade 9 or 10 Technological Education credit to graduate

'By requiring students to take at least one Technological Education credit in high school, we are opening up doors and creating new pathways to good jobs in STEM and the skilled trades'
Patrie appeals $89K court costs decision

Patrie appeals $89K court costs decision

Elliot Lake still without a mayor as Chris Patrie appeals conflict of interest ruling
Task force a voice for the north on bail reform

Task force a voice for the north on bail reform

FONOM is meeting in Wawa this week for its March meeting
Good morning, North Bay!

Good morning, North Bay!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Rising costs of buying ambulances for Ontario paramedic services

Rising costs of buying ambulances for Ontario paramedic services

In 2018 three ambulance manufacturers merged, effectively creating a monopoly that has come with price increases so far costing taxpayers millions
'Bad taste in your mouth': Tim Hortons wrongly tells customers they won $10,000

'Bad taste in your mouth': Tim Hortons wrongly tells customers they won $10,000

TORONTO — Some Tim Hortons customers who were told they had won $10,000 from the coffee chain's popular Roll Up To Win contest are now being notified that the prize message was a glitch.
Slow down on trails OPP warns sledders after serious accidents

Slow down on trails OPP warns sledders after serious accidents

'Between March 3, and March 6, the North Bay OPP has responded to two serious collisions on area trails'
Ontario maple syrup producers hit by climate change, some urge carbon reductions

Ontario maple syrup producers hit by climate change, some urge carbon reductions

Increasingly unpredictable winter temperatures have Ontario maple syrup producers concerned about how climate change will affect the industry's future, with some pushing for environmentally friendly practices to reduce the sector's carbon footprint.