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Drive Carefully!

Weather Related Motor Vehicle Collisions North Bay Police Service investigated two very minor motor vehicle collisions during the early morning hours today. These collisions were weather related.

What We Learn From Our Readers

Received last night from a SooToday.com reader: ************************ On Wednesday of this week (April 05 2006), at two minutes and three seconds after 1 in the morning, the time and date will be 01:02:03:04:05:06.

Sundridge LCBO Robbery - Update

Arrest Warrant Issued (Sundridge, Ontario) – An arrest warrant has been issued for the apprehension of a man wanted in connection with a robbery that occurred at the Sundridge LCBO on March 17th, 2006 around 8:40 p.m.

Male Who Perished in Ice Mishap Identified

(Manitoulin, Ont.) – On Sunday April 2, 2006 at approximately 6:00 AM, a male was operating a green All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) on the ice about 200 meters off the shore from Maple Point, in Billings Township, about 40 kms west of Little Current.

Walk for a Cure

MS Walk Coordinator Megan Murphy (left) volunteer Shaye Belanger (centre) and Greg Walker (right) discuss the upcoming Super Cities Walk For MS being planned for North Bay in May at last night's kickoff held at the Capitol Centre.

Star Power

Amateur astronomer Randy Sasyniuk takes photographs of the constellations during Saturday night's Messier Marathon put on by the North Bay Astronomy Club at the North Bay waterfront. “Wow… that’s amazing”.

Danger - Thin Ice!

OPP are warning people to stay off ice. Conditions are very dangerous and have already resulted in one man's death.

Unknown Male Perishes in Ice Mishap

Manitoulin OPP are looking for the public's help in identifying a man who died after falling through the ice on his ATV. OPP NEWS RELEASE (Manitoulin, Ont.

Abandoned Firearms

OPP are looking for the public's help in locating two shotguns believed to have been picked up by someone who may have found them along highway 17 between Wawa and Sault Ste. Marie.

Time Traveling

Genealogist Helen Vaillancourt discusses the lives of North Bay people from the late 19th century who helped get the stained glass windows for Pro Cathedral. There are thousands of stories in and around the Gateway City.