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INSIDE THE VILLAGE: At Metroland Media, print is officially dead

INSIDE THE VILLAGE: At Metroland Media, print is officially dead

This week on the podcast: Dozens of community newspapers in Ontario, including some of the country's oldest titles, are suddenly no more. The good news? Researchers may have found Bigfoot
Cabinet minister resigns, exits PC caucus after giving watchdog wrong info about Vegas trip with developer

Cabinet minister resigns, exits PC caucus after giving watchdog wrong info about Vegas trip with developer

As part of his Greenbelt investigation, Ontario's integrity commissioner poked around on the Vegas trip, following up on The Trillium's reporting
Divided sides remain peaceful during protest and counter-protest

Divided sides remain peaceful during protest and counter-protest

Both sides agreed that there is no place for hate
Callander turns up the heat on history

Callander turns up the heat on history

Some warm upgrades planned for local museum
University launches plan for next seven generations

University launches plan for next seven generations

Nipissing University anticipates ‘a promising future for our campus and surrounding communities’
Chief says crime overall is dropping in downtown North Bay

Chief says crime overall is dropping in downtown North Bay

'I'm very happy for the community to see this'
Protest and counter-protest unfold at North Bay City Hall

Protest and counter-protest unfold at North Bay City Hall

Two groups with very separate views stood outside North Bay City Hall Wednesday to voice their concerns. A group supporting the 1 Million March 4 Children was met at City Hall by a vocal group of counter-protesters.
Feral cats are doing fine at Shady Acres

Feral cats are doing fine at Shady Acres

East Ferris rescue centre continues to help tame region’s feral felines
Police will have a presence at this morning's protests

Police will have a presence at this morning's protests

The protest and counter-protest outside North Bay City Hall centre around Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) curriculum, pronouns, gender ideology and mixed bathrooms in schools
VIDEO: Artists thrilled to share their passion with community

VIDEO: Artists thrilled to share their passion with community

Public art gains more prominence in North Bay as 12 pieces by eight local artists selected by the Public Art Advisory Committee now adorn aluminum panels mounted onto the public buildings in both Champlain and Sunset parks