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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.

April is Daffodil Month

April is the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Month, where more than 40,000 volunteers across Ontario join together to help fight cancer.

Spring Ahead

It means an hour more of sunshine per day, but for many Canadians it means blurry eyes and the loss of an hour’s sleep, as the nation makes the switch to daylight-saving time Sunday.
Canada's Oldest Business <strong>Updated</strong>

Canada's Oldest Business Updated

The explorers set out seeking spices and silks not expecting to discover the New World and develop Canada’s oldest land based industry. North Bay Fur Harvesters Auction is celebrating the industry this weekend with their 15th annual convention.
Sold Out Show for Barbra, Celine and Judy

Sold Out Show for Barbra, Celine and Judy

It was standing room only at the Evolution Niteclub on Main Street tonight as Lads n' Lashes took to the stage for their 5th anniversary benefit show for the AIDS Committee of North Bay.

Verner Man Guilty of Poisoning Dog

NEWS RELEASE North Bay & District Humane Society ********************* On March 8th, 2005 the North Bay & District Humane Society operating as an agent for the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals commenced an investigation into a

Humane Society Seizes Dogs

NEWS RELEASE North Bay & District Humane Society ********************* On March 30, 2006 the North Bay & District Humane Society acting as an agent for the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals removed 24 huskies from a Temagami ar

Lads 'n' Lashes Benefit

Evolution Niteclub on Main Street is the hot spot tonight as Lads n' Lashes returns to the city for the fifth anniversary show.

Land Ambulance Funding

Nipissing MPP Monique Smith announced today that the riding will receive $315,510 for land ambulance services as part of the McGuinty government’s goal accomplish equal cost-sharing with municipalities.

Traveling West?

Hwy 17 reduced to one lane (Espanola, Ontario) Members of Espanola Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police, with the assistance of a Technical Traffic Collision Investigator, are currently investigating a single motor vehicle collision, which occ