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Ski hill request premature, Boldt says

Committing $150,000 to the volunteer “dream team” that wants to run Jack Pine Hill is “premature,” Coun. Maureen Boldt says. Boldt was the only councilor Monday night to vote against forwarding, in principle, the money to the unidentified team.

Capsized in Lake Nipissing

Two Scarborough, Ont. men have survived four hours in turbulent Lake Nipissing waters after their canoe capsized. Jacob Pawlowski and Steven Kennedy, both 20, were rushed to shore and sent to North Bay General Hospital via ambulance.
North Bay surgeon going under<B> new photos added</b>

North Bay surgeon going under new photos added

Dr. Craig McKinley, of the North Bay General Hospital, prepares for a dive under the water in Florida. McKinley has joined a NASA team for a 10-day underwater mission. Photo submitted.

CUPE protests

About 25 health care and support workers represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 146 picketed out in front of North Bay city hall Monday evening.

Council Condensed

North Bay city council has approved, in principal, a $150,000 contribution to an unnamed "dream team" that wants to run Jack Pine Hill.

Missing canoeists located

Two canoeists missing on Lake Nipissing have been located by another boater in a pleasure craft. They were located on Lake Nipissing approximately two kilometres east of Rankin Island.

Two men missing on Lake Nipissing

The OPP, North Bay detachment, is currently on Lake Nipissing looking for two males in a yellow canoe last seen around noon hour near Waltonian Drive area. They are described as ages 19 and 20, one Caucasian male and one non-Caucasian.

Local company will buy bus passes for veterans

A local company will buy bus passes for veterans. Ontera, the newest incarnation of ONTelcom, will provide at least 50 one-year bus passes for veterans of World War II and the Korean War who are 72 or older.

Deer hunt expanded, expansion in fall bear hunt being looked at

Ontario Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay says new hunting opportunities will better manage wildlife populations. Ramsay says the deer hunt has been exanded and similar proposals are being looked at for bear and wild turkey hunting.
<b>Daytripper</b>: Into the woods

Daytripper: Into the woods

Every week BayToday.ca contributor Bill Walton provides a daytrip idea. This week Bill ventures out to South River, but not that part most people see. South River is one of the few towns that have not yet been by-passed by Hwy 11 south.