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Mores swans released in Callander Bay

Mores swans released in Callander Bay

Dr. Kevin O'Grady, former Chairman of the LNPC releases the first of six trumpeter swans to Callander Bay as Harry Lumsden, Ontario Program Director looks on.

Health unit gives smog advisory advice

The Ontario Environment Ministry has issued smog advisories across the province, including North Bay. Here is some advice from the North Bay and District Health Unit about protecting yourself during smog advisories.

War Veteran wants youth to remember

It was the day that turned the tide for allied forces, the day troops launched the largest combined military assault of World War II in what would be the first step to ending the German strong hold in Europe.
D-Day Anniversary Marked

D-Day Anniversary Marked

It marked the beginning of the end. On June 6, 1944 Allied forces would storm the beaches of Normandy, France, during Operation Overlord.

DND not ready to negotiate base agreement: spokesman

A spokesman for Defense Minister David Pratt says the federal government isn't ready yet to begin negotiations to keep CFB North Bay open for the next 20 years.
<b>D-Day Special: Remembering Hill 195</b>

D-Day Special: Remembering Hill 195

Ernie Etches, of North Bay, as a fresh-faced member of the Algonquin Regiment. Etches landed on Juno Beach in July of 1944, a month after the D-Day invasion.

More British cops carrying guns

Det. Cst. Ian Talbot, of the Nottinghamshire Police, talks to Det. Cst. Shawn Devine, of the North Bay Police Service during a visit to the city this week.

Senior dies at aquatic centre

Foul play isn't suspected in the death of a 72-year-old man today at the YMCA/Aquatic Centre. North Bay Police officers were called to the centre about 10:21 this morning concerning a man with no vital signs.

Police expect more assault victims to come forward

Investigators for the North Bay Police Service anticipate more victims coming forward after arresting a 68-year-old city man accused of sexually assaulting young females. Det. Cst. Tina Murphy and Det. Cst.

Fire fighters concerned about staffing reduction

The North Bay Fire Department’s “sudden” decision to reduce staffing levels during summer months will hamper the department’s response capabilities and result in unnecessary health and safety risks to personnel and the public, says Robb Roy, presiden