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<b>Heavy snow expected Saturday. Amounts of 20 to 40 cm</b>

Heavy snow expected Saturday. Amounts of 20 to 40 cm

Locally heavy flurries and snow squalls are forecast to develop this evening and persist into Saturday evening
Good morning, North Bay!

Good morning, North Bay!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Newcomers help Battalion in win over Fronts

Newcomers help Battalion in win over Fronts

‘It was impressive at times tonight for sure’
'We cannot use a name that causes harm': Girl Guides of Canada renames 'Brownies'

'We cannot use a name that causes harm': Girl Guides of Canada renames 'Brownies'

Girl Guides of Canada says it wants girls to “feel welcome and proud to belong” to the organization, adding it hopes the name change will encourage more children to see the guides as “a space where they can just be themselves.”
Franco Nord swears in new trustees

Franco Nord swears in new trustees

Ronald Demers, with almost 36 years of experience as a trustee, was re-elected as Chair of the school board
Near North closing schools if CUPE strikes

Near North closing schools if CUPE strikes

'We are sending this message out as early as possible so families may make arrangements for alternative childcare'
Homelessness is like a game of musical chairs

Homelessness is like a game of musical chairs

'What we are trying to do is get more accurate numbers and a more accurate understanding of homelessness across the country'
BEHIND THE SCENES: Bus fire hit close to home for BayToday reporter

BEHIND THE SCENES: Bus fire hit close to home for BayToday reporter

Village Media journalist Chris Dawson talks about why this particular news story was no ordinary assignment
New look Battalion face Fronts

New look Battalion face Fronts

'Kingston’s a much different team than they were a year ago and the team we played in the playoffs'
Local board welcomes anti-hate education in schools

Local board welcomes anti-hate education in schools

Following dozens of recent incidents across Ontario involving antisemitic hate symbols — including one case at a local school — the Ministry of Education is adding Holocaust education to the Grade 6 curriculum