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Less money in more pockets

Rev. Terry O'Connor addresses North Bay council Monday night about poverty. Photo by Bill Tremblay, Special to BayToday.ca. Fifteen years ago the House of Commons voted to abolish child poverty in Canada by the year 2000. Rev.
<b>Racetrack/slots rezoning approved</b>

Racetrack/slots rezoning approved

Corbeil resident Roland Kilpatrick urges city council Monday night not to approve a rezoning application for a racetrack and slots facility. Photo by Bill Tremblay, Special to BayToday.ca.

Echo reverberates for Jason

The North Bay Police Service has charged a 23-year-old North Bay man after a vehicle stolen Jan. 22 was recoverd.
From Sussex to North Bay

From Sussex to North Bay

Sgt. Jane Batcheler and Cst. Paul Eastes, of the Sussex Police Service, have spent two weeks with the North Bay Police Service as part of an exchange program. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca Const.
<b>Smoke on the scrap yard--more photos added</b>

Smoke on the scrap yard--more photos added

Fire rages through a pile of scrapped cars this afternoon at the Fern Piche and Sons Ltd. salvage yard. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca. North Bay fire fighters are now on the scene of a fire at Fern Piche and Sons Ltd. salvage yard.
New recreational path put on ice

New recreational path put on ice

Skaters Wayne Green (L) Dana Furlani and Wayne Graham check out the new skate path, opened this weekend behind the CP Rail station. A new skate path has opened behind the CP Rail station.

Nipissing exports teachers

Laura Baker, a recruiter from the United Kingdom, talks to educations students at Nipissing University. Photo by Bill Tremblay, Special to BayToday.ca.

Visitor restrictions reinstated

The North Bay General Hospital has reinstated visitor restrictions on McLaren 300 West.

Motor City and North Bay a good fit, American trade rep says

Mark Denson (L) with Jay Aspin, the international trade advisor for the North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce, (C), and Rainer Kunau. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.

Cache Bay teen dies in collision

The Ontario Provincial Police have released the name of a 15-year-old killed ina motor vehicle collision on Hwy 17 and Dubeau Road, in Verner.