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New tenant for downtown (Updated with info on parking)

McIntosh Engineering will be moving its office to downtown North Bay from its current location on McKeown, Mayor Vic Fedeli says.

Divers temporarily end search/recovery for missing Field resident

OPP news release (North Bay, ON) – North Bay OPP Snow Machine/Marine Unit and the OPP Under Water Search and Recovery Unit (U.S.R.U.) have temporarily stopped their search/recovery for 18 year old Daniel Jarbeau of Field, Ontario.

Winter storm warning ended

Environment Canada has ended a winter storm warning for the North Bay-Powassan-Mattawa areas.

Public board spends $2.2 million on school

Near North District School Board news release At the January 24, 2006 Board meeting, the Near North District School Board “paid off” the $2.

Local cadets win awards

News release from the 547 Air Cadet 'Canuck' Squadron The 547 Air Cadet Sqn would like to proudly announce that the 2005-2006 Training Year has been extremely rewarding and would like to share some of the accomplishments with our supporters and the c

Morning Police Report for Monday, Jan. 30

SWEET TOOTH On the 27th of Jan. shortly after noon Cst. Helene Boissonneault and Dave Wilson of the North Bay Police Service were patrolling the downtown section when they were flagged down.

Winter Storm Warning Continues (6:03 am Update)

North Bay - Powassan - Mattawa 6:03 AM EST Monday 30 January 2006 Winter storm warning for North Bay - Powassan - Mattawa continued Storm total snowfall of 25 to 40 centimetres.
Amable du Fond river, near Hwy 630 at Kiosk

Amable du Fond river, near Hwy 630 at Kiosk

The Amable Du Fond river. Photo by Kenneth Prescott, Special to Bonfield resident Kenneth Prescott recently took the two photos seen here and in the photo gallery while out snowmobiling.

Winter storm warning

Environment Canada winter storm warning for North Bay - Powassan - Mattawa upgraded from winter storm watch 15 to 25 centimetres of snow for Sunday and Monday.

Potential pot politician primed for another political run

Rev. Michel Ethier, in a photo taken while he was incarcerated in the North Bay jail. Photo by Phil Novak, Rev. Michel Ethier says he will once again launch his "grass" roots attempt to head a local municipality.