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G-G certificates presented

G-G certificates presented

North Bay Mayor Vic Fedeli presented a Governor-General's Certificate of Commendation to Jeff Buell before Monday night's city council meeting. Buell's fiancee Kathy Pearson is by his side.

Council Capsule

Look for these and other North Bay city council stories later this morning on Interim CAO David Linkie has become the fulltime city administrator. Council approved the move at its Monday night meeting.
Dinner train on way here?

Dinner train on way here?

A car from the former BC Rail Pacific Starlight dinner train, which has reportedly been sold to the Ontario Northland Railway and is now on its way to North Bay.
Racetrack endorsed by council <b>(Updated)</b>

Racetrack endorsed by council (Updated)

A drawing of the proposed Nipissing Raceway, which a development group plans to build on Birch's Road. ____________________________________________________________ They're at the post...well not quite yet.

Hearing called into police assault allegations

CURRENTLY WRITING A Police Services Act of Ontario hearing has been scheduled for May 17 for four North Bay Police Services officers in relation to an alleged assault of a prisoner.

City police officer charged with assault

A North Bay Police Service officer has been charged with assault. The charge was laid in relation to an interaction with a prisoner in October, 2002.

New prez for riding association

The presidency of the Nipissing-Timiskaming Federal Liberal Riding Association will remain in the Northern part of the riding.

Ice is not nice this time of year

Ontario Provincial Police say two snowmobilers are safe after the machine they were on got caught in the ice on Trout Lake Saturday night.

Sex charges laid

The North Bay Police Service has charged a 50-year-old city man in relation to an incident involving a young person this month. Lonny Roy Kurze has been charged with sexual assault, sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching.
Scrabble challenge attracts over 100

Scrabble challenge attracts over 100

Scrabble players place their tiles and count their points at a challenge this weekend in North Bay.