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Mayor calls emergency meeting over job losses

North Bay city council will hold an emergency meeting Monday at 5 p.m. to discuss the loss of 35 Ontario government jobs. Mayor Vic Fedeli said all mayors in the region and Nipissing MPP Monique Smith have been invited to attend meeting.

Swarming leads to charges

The North Bay Police Service has laid charges in relation to a swarming which took place July 27 near a primary school in the city.

Golf tournament tribute to Patterson

Labatt will be hosting the "Labatt Tribute to Scott Patterson Golf Classic" on Monday August 30th at the North Bay Golf & Country Club. Shotgun start at 12:00pm and dinner and awards will be at 6pm. One hundred and twenty golfers are signed up.

Racetrack feedback sought

The company which wants to start a Standard-bred racetrack in the city has hired a Toronto-based consulting firm to identify and examine the social impacts the track and slot machines would have locally.

North Bay losing six government jobs

Six Ontario government jobs will be lost in North Bay as part of a centralization of services by the Management Board Secretariat Shared Services Bureau.

Rain closes fields

Wet weather and unsafe field conditions have resulted in all soccer/ultimate and football fields in North Bay being closed for games today. For further information contact the Parks, Recreation and Leisure Services Department at 474-0400.
<b>"Dear Citizens": A letter from Bill Beckett</b>

"Dear Citizens": A letter from Bill Beckett

This is Page 1 of a letter to North Bay citizens dropped off to BayToday.ca by Bill Beckett, former secretary-manager of the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority.
OPP looking for  stolen ATV

OPP looking for stolen ATV

OPP in north Bay are looking for this ATV stolen late last week or early this week. Photo contributed by OPP.
Funny money no laughing matter for counterfeiter

Funny money no laughing matter for counterfeiter

These fake ten-dollar bills were seized by the North Bay Police Service Wednesday after a city man was arrested and charged with counterfeiting the cash. Photo by Phil Novak.

Tories want Rota to stand up to PM

Local Conservative Party members are calling on Nipissing MP Anthony Rota to stand up to the Prime Minister. Further information is included in the following news release issued tonight by the North Bay Conservative Party riding association.