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McDonald back in the hunt

Al McDonald kisses his partner Wendy Abdallah this morning after announcing his intention to seek the Conservative Party nomination for the federal Nipissing-Timiskaming riding.

McDonald moves off political sidelines

Al McDonald kiss his partner Wendy Abdallah after announcing this morning his intention to reenter politics at the federal level.

North Bay firm wins silver

A North Bay marketing firm has won a prestigious international award at a competition in Portland, Oregon. The firm received the award for work it had done for a post-secondary institute in the area.

Teen arrested for sexual assault

The North Bay Police Service has arrested and charged a 14-year-old boy. Police allege the boy confined a 13-year-old girl in his bedroom either April 1 or 2 and then sexually assaulted her.
<b>Water problem under investigation</b>

Water problem under investigation

This notice was taped to an entrance door at Jack Garland Airport.
Mourn the dead, fight for the living <b>(Updated)</b>

Mourn the dead, fight for the living (Updated)

A school child prepares to lay a rose at the foot of a newly unveiled monument honouring the Day of Mourning.

Drinking water advisory for base, airport section of city

A drinking water advisory has been issued by Medical Officer of Health Dr. Catherine Whiting for all residents and properties on and north of Carmichael Drive including Littledown LAnd and Airport Road east of Carmichael.

Water problem at CFB North Bay

There is a water problem at CFB North Bay, BayToday.ca has learned, and employees there are being told not to drink it. BayToday.ca has also found out Mayor Vic Fedeli is now discussing the matter with Medical Officer of Health Dr. Catharine Whiting.

Day of Mourning today for killed or injured workers

A monument honouring people killed or injured on the job will be unveiled at 10:15 this morning outside North Bay city hall, as part of the Day of Mourning services.

Clean-up day Sunday

North Bay Tim Horton's stores and the Communities in Bloom committee are inviting city residents to come out Sunday May 2 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. to help pick up litter.