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Blood from a mayor

Blood from a mayor

North Bay resident Joe Kelly gives blood Wednesday for the eighty-fourth time. ____________________________________________________________ Joe Kelly has a very down to earth reason for donating blood.

ONA filed grievances over matter hospital charged for

The Ontario Nurses Association filed “numerous” grievances against the North Bay General Hospital over the same issue which led the Ministry of Labour to lay six charges against the health care facility, says Nancy Johnson, an ONA labour relations of

North Bay General Hospital faces six OHSA charges

Here are the six charges the North Bay General Hospital faces under the Occupational Health and Safety Act: Count 1 : Failing to comply with measures and procedures prescribed by s.7(1) of the WHMIS Regulation contrary to s.25(1)(c) of the Act.

Sober second thought for Leon and Louis

Two Bonfield men have been charged with assaulting an Ontario Provincial Police officer and a cadet following a drinking and driving complaint.

Dog day at police headquarters

The relationship among the North Bay Police Service and local school boards will soon be going to the dogs, and that’s the way Chief Paul Cook wants it.

MNR, city cops close to bear agreement

North Bay Police Service chief Paul Cook hopes a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Natural Resources will reduce the number of service calls for nuisance bears.
Local students win gold

Local students win gold

Two students from the Nbisiing Secondary School, in North Bay, have won gold awards at the fourth annual E-Spirit National Aboriginal Youth Business Plan.

Vic to give first-ever blood donation

Mayor Victor Fedeli will become a first time donor tomorrow at the start of a two-day clinic organized by Canadian Blood Services. The clinics will be held May 12 and 13 at the Elk's Lodge from noon to 2:30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Hunting regulations revised for Eastern Ontario

Hunting regulations in Eastern Ontario have been revised to ensure conservation.

Capital projects come in well under budget

Eleven capital projects which were closed in March have come in well under budget. A report was received at Monday night’s committee meeting of council which listed the projects and their estimated surplus or deficit.