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Lots of strings attached: baytoday.ca reviews the NBS opening night

Lots of strings attached: baytoday.ca reviews the NBS opening night

"Now I will finally know where to place my fingers." Those were the final words, purportedly, to have left the lips of Giovanni Bottessini, the greatest double bass player the classical music world has ever known, before he died in 1869.

War widows deserve equal pension treatment

Betty Vezina hopes the federal government will do the right thing for all widows of Canadian war veterans.

Haitian politician tries to help Zoe

Olympian Alison Herst has turned to a Haitian politician for help in bringing her adopted daughter Zoe back to North Bay.

City woman charged for colliding with OPP cruiser

A North Bay woman has been charged in connection with an accident which occurred earlier this week on Trout Lake Road. The accident involved an Ontario Provincial Police cruiser.

Why Alison can't bring Zoe home just yet

Olympian Alison Herst has suffered a setback in her efforts to bring her adopted daughter Zoe back to North Bay from Haiti.

ONTC consultant paid huge bucks

The Ontario government paid Roy Hains at least $773,000 during the last 22 months, baytoday.ca has learned.
Bombardier recall temporary and small

Bombardier recall temporary and small

A recall at the North Bay Bombardier plant is short-term and only involves a small of people, company spokeswoman Sylvie Gauthier says.

Crime Stoppers crime of the week

Near North Crime Stoppers Box 382 North Bay, ON P1B 8H5 Call Toll free 1-800-222-TIPS or 476-8477 Fax 476-1784 Crime of the Week For: October 30th, 2003 Near North Crime Stoppers and the Mattawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking
Marceau decries media bias at mayor's debate

Marceau decries media bias at mayor's debate

The gloves came off Wednesday night at the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce mayoral candidates debate. Lynne Bennett, Jeff Marceau, Vic Fedeli and Tim Wright participated in the event, held at the Clarion Resort-Pinewood Park.

OPP officer injured in collision

An Ontario Provincial Police officer in North Bay was injured in a three-vehicle collision today. Details can be found in the following OPP news release issued Wednesday evening at 6 p.m.: ............................................................