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International pilots, media landing in North Bay this week

Over 100 pilots and media personnel from the United States and overseas will make a 24-hour stop in North Bay Thursday, as part of the International Air Rally.

New head office will help boost local economy: Fedeli UPDATED

Cementation Skanska Canada's securing of a $160 million contract will keep the company going long-term and secure its head office operations in North Bay, company president Roy Slack says.

Argument gets out of control

A man in North Bay has been charged after allegedly assaulting a woman he knows. The incident occurred Saturday when an argument between the two people began and escalated to the point of a physical altercation.
Dragon Boat Races

Dragon Boat Races

Good weather helped to make the North Bay Dragon Boat Festival a success. Although fewer teams participated in the 5th annual Dragon Boat Festival, coordinator Marg Moody said she was pleased with how the event turned out.

Buckle booted

The Ontario Provincial North Bay detachment has fired a 17-year member of the department. James Buckle, 42, was dismissed after being convicted last week at a Police Services Act Hearing in North Bay.
<b>Hwy 63 reopens (Updated with photos)</b>

Hwy 63 reopens (Updated with photos)

Barricades block off part of a bridge washed out earlier this week due to heavy rainfall.

Martin Letourneau goes postal

A 19-year-old Montreal man has been charged by the North Bay Police Service after purchasing numerous stamps. Cst. Gerry Martin and Det. Cst.

Hwy 63 expected to be reopened by noon today

Hwy 63 between Hwy 533 and Temiskaming, Que. will likely be reopened by noon today.

Weather closes fields again

Wet weather conditions and unsafe field conditions have resulted in all soccer, ultimate and football fields in the city being closed for the second consecutive day.

North Bay advocate criticizes CRTC decision

A North Bay advocate says a decision by the Canadian Radio Television-Telecommunications Commission to pull the license of a Quebec City radio station could “erode” freedom of expression and “the very mechanisms for recourse” available to free speech