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Pesticide bylaws don't always control pesticide use

Citywide pesticide bylaws don’t necessarily stop or control the use of pesticides citywide, at least based on the experience of other jurisdictions, a representative of Landscape Ontario told North Bay city council Monday night.

Callander men receive hunting fines

The Ministry of Natural Resources has fined two area hunters for something which occurred while they were hunting in Northwest Ontario.
City served by human rights commission

City served by human rights commission

The city has been served notice of an Ontario Human Rights Commission complaint filed by North Bay resident Jim Cotter, Mayor Vic Fedeli acknowledged at Monday night’s council meeting.

Death by misadventure

Funeral services will be held today for a 22-year-old Canadore College student whose frozen body was found by police near his Four Mile Lake home. Maxim Leveillee was first reported missing by his mother, who saw the back door of the house ajar.

A true ambassador lost

North Bay has lost “a true ambassador” with the death this weekend of championship curler Scott Patterson, deputy mayor Peter Chirico says.

Pesticide bylaw, campground rezoning passed

North Bay city council has approved a new pesticide control bylaw for the Trout Lake watershed area. The bylaw was passed at Monday night's meeting and will go citywide in a year.

Money for power

Northern Development and Mines Minister Rick Bartolucci, left, was in Sturgeon Falls Monday to make a major funding announcement regarding the Weyerhaeuser power plant.

Tube park reopens

Jack Pine Hill staff has fixed the problem which caused them to close the Canadian Tire Tube Park over the weekend.

New Tory riding association holds founding meeting

The Nipissing-Timiskaming Federal Conservative Association has been formed.

Cassellholme "remarkable" model, health minister says

Cassellholme Home for the Aged is a “remarkable” model for long-term care facilities, Ontario Health and Long Term Care Minister George Smitherman says.