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New wood policy announced

A new policy regarding an important building material has been announced today.

Earthroots says MOE decision imperils Temagami backcountry

A Toronto-based environmental group says the Ontario Ministry of the Environment has rubber-stamped a destructive logging plan. Earthroots says the decision to do so imperils Temagami's backcountry.

Near North board approves balanced budget

The Near North District School Board has passed a balanced budget of $115 million for the 2004-2005 school year. Trustees approved the budget Tuesday night at a board meeting in North Bay.
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Bourdon sentence "communicates contempt"

A sentence passed against a convicted rapist “communicates contempt” for women and the violence committed against them, says Donna-lee Iffla, executive director for the Amelia Rising Sexual Assault Centre of Nipissing.

Charges laid after vehicle found abandoned

A North Bay woman will be charged following an investigation of dangerous driving in the city today. The investigation was begun this morning by Cst.
Sadie's Walk

Sadie's Walk

First winner of bicycle, Haley Fisher ____________________________________________________________ Marc Archambault took part in Sadie's Walk this weekend.

More info requested on water failures

The city’s Engineering and Works Committee will wait two more weeks before deciding whether to spend up to $30,000 to hire a consultant.

Bouncy thief

North Bay Ontario Provincial Police are investigating the theft of a trampoline from an East Ferris property.

Liberals fail to deliver: McDonald

The Liberals have failed to deliver and have broke n promises from Adscam to riding boundaries, Nipissing-Timiskaming Conservative Party candidate Al McDonald says.

More sign damage discovered

There's been more sign damage during the federal election campaign.