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Throne Speech Disappoints Grand Chief

Grand Council Chief John Beaucage says today’s Speech from the Throne is a profound disappointment for Canada’s First Peoples.
City Facelift

City Facelift

Onlookers witnessed the demolition of the Front Street train trestle Tuesday with mixed emotions as phase two of the city’s major facelift continues.

Rota Reacts To Speech From The Throne

Nipissing-Timiskaming MP Anthony Rota reacted to today’s Speech from the Throne questioning Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s agenda.

Growing North Bay’s Diversity

The Mayor’s Office of Economic Development has done the research, and now they want to increase the number of immigrants who choose North Bay when landing in Canada.

Charges Laid in Restoule Legion Break-In

(Restoule, Ontario) The North Bay OPP concluded an investigation which lead to the arrest of a Restoule area man last week. Between June of 2005 and March 2006, the Restoule Legion was broken into and a sum of cash and Nevada tickets were stolen.

17 West Between Blind River and Espanola Reopened

OPP NEWS RELEASES *********************** 1:30 p.m. update As of 1:15 p.m. today, Highway 17 has been re-opened to traffic.

Saddam Hussein Charged with Genocide

An Iraqui tribunal has announced this morning that former President Saddam Hussein will face new charges of genocide related to a campaign against Kurds in the 1980s.

Check Before You Head West

Hwy 17 Traffic Moving Slowly (Blind River, Ont) Ontario Provincial Police wish to advise all motorists traveling in the Blind River area that traffic is moving slowly.

Tons of Food at Curves

Curves member Pierrette Bellefeuille (left) and assistant manager Nancy Taylor proudly stand in front of the ton of food collected by members for the Salvation Army Food Bank. Its clients usually drop pounds.

Soup Kitchen Numbers Up In March

The Gathering Place, North Bay’s Community Soup Kitchen released their statistics for March and the numbers are up substantially from February.