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Health Unit will continue to push for in-person learning

Health Unit will continue to push for in-person learning

'We will advocate for a return to in-person learning for students in our district once the COVID-19 situation in the province starts to improve'
South River's DARE facility may be turned into a site to address mental health issues

South River's DARE facility may be turned into a site to address mental health issues

What's happened is both a curse and a blessing; a curse because the government turnaround comes late in the game where the employees have to be laid off but a blessing because there's a very good chance DARE can continue and bring back workers in the future
Police see vehicle leaking fuel, arrest driver for impaired and breaking COVID guidelines

Police see vehicle leaking fuel, arrest driver for impaired and breaking COVID guidelines

Noelville OPP investigated and determined the driver had signs of impairment and was arrested
Neighbourhood Clean-Up Challenge poised to break last year's record

Neighbourhood Clean-Up Challenge poised to break last year's record

'We have already received an unbelievable number of orders for our litter bags, and our social media tags are brimming with photos and stories of the many clean-up efforts that are already underway'
'Belligerent' driver arrested for assaulting police

'Belligerent' driver arrested for assaulting police

OPP were conducting patrols on Highway 11 when they stopped a vehicle to perform a sobriety check on the driver
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Good morning, North Bay!

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Parole revoked for West Nipissing man arrested on child pornography offences

Parole revoked for West Nipissing man arrested on child pornography offences

Man, 39, facing several new charges
Laurentian Voyageurs varsity hockey and swim teams are no more

Laurentian Voyageurs varsity hockey and swim teams are no more

As part of the CCAA process, the university announces two of its varsity sports teams are discontinued
Northern mayors call on province to abandon health unit consolidation

Northern mayors call on province to abandon health unit consolidation

Pandemic demonstrates need to strengthen, not amalgamate, health units, say mayors of Northern Ontario's five largest cities.
Think your council needs to strengthen its Code of Conduct?  Ontario wants to hear from you

Think your council needs to strengthen its Code of Conduct? Ontario wants to hear from you

The government is also collecting feedback on AMO's recommendations for holding municipal councillors accountable, including increased financial penalties, suspension for certain violations, removal from office in certain circumstances, and better training and standards for integrity commissioners