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Citizens Vote To Keep Hospital Public

Over 8,500 North Bay and area residents have voted in favour of keeping the new North Bay Regional Health Centre 100 per cent non-profit, publicly owned and operated, the North Bay Health Coalition announced this morning.
Santa Claus Parade winners

Santa Claus Parade winners

The star of the parade. Photo by Chris Dawson, BayToday.ca. Here are the winning floats and entries in Sunday's Santa Claus parade: Best Overall: The Smile Factory; Best Spirit: Place Ecole St.
Playing Red Wind no breeze for Native performer

Playing Red Wind no breeze for Native performer

Lindsay Cote portrays Red Wind on the set of That Beautiful Somewhere. The Canadian film is being shot this month in Temagami and North Bay. Photo by Abby Cote, Special to BayToday.ca.

Donate toys in Jordan's memory

The North Bay Police Service will be collecting toys again this year for the Jordan Foundation Toy Drive.
Referendum turnout "incredible," coalition says

Referendum turnout "incredible," coalition says

Health coalition members count the ballots. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca. Voter turnout for today's hospital referendum has been "incredible," says Mickey King, who heads the North Bay Health Coalition.

Business reasons given for call centre closure

A business decision was behind the closure Friday of the Carriage Hills call centre, a company executive says. Twenty-seven people lost their jobs when the McIntyre Street office shut its doors.

Carriage Hills call centre closes

Twenty-seven people are out of work with the closure of the Carriage Hills call centre, located on McIntyre Street in North Bay. The Barrie-based company had opened the centre in North Bay in 2002 with plans to create up to 100 jobs. BayToday.

Busted in Parry Sound

Drugs and cash were seized by Project Gateway from a residence in Parry Sound. Photo submitted. Crack cocaine, marihuana, prescription drugs and cash have been seized from a Parry Sound residence.
Cementation wins business of  the year award

Cementation wins business of the year award

Cementation Canada CEO Roy Slack accepts the Nugget Business of the Year award at the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting Friday night. Photo by Peggy Greco, BayToday.ca.
Women in hats

Women in hats

Barb Spencer, a representative of the North Bay Canadian Cancer Society office, accepts an $1,800 cheque from Laura Nichols, president of the Dr. Herbert A. Bruce chapter of the IODE.