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Soo council to discuss Jack Garland resolution

Sault Ste. Marie city council will discuss a resolution from North Bay at its meeting tomorrow night. The resolution asks Sault Ste.

Trappers can't rise against McCains

The North Bay Trappers were eliminated Saturday in the quarter-finals of the Kiwanis Gatineau tournament, losing 5-0 to the Cole Harbour McCains. The Trappers were outshot 38-34 in the game, with Mathieu Aube between the pipes.
Tsunami relief benefit

Tsunami relief benefit

A benefit is being held to raise money for tsunami relief will be held in North Bay next Saturday.
Snow to melt police contract freeze

Snow to melt police contract freeze

Provincially appointed arbitrator Howard Snow will deliver a binding agreement between the North Bay Police Services Board and the North Bay Police Association within the next few months.
<b>Dispatch from exclusive, with tsunami photos</b>

Dispatch from exclusive, with tsunami photos

This Indian woman stands in the remains of her tsunami-ravaged home. Photo by Ian McLean, Special to North Bay lawyer and preacher Ian McLean has spent the last five days in Southern India. He sent BayToday.

Flu alert causes partial visitor restrictions

The North Bay General Hospital has issued a partial visitor restriction due to a flu alert.

Snow in forecast for police board, association

A mediation session held Thursday at the Best Western Hotel failed to result in an agreement between the North Bay Police Services Board and the North Bay Police Association, association vice president Sgt. Rick Dubeau said.

Hwy 63 closed (adds new information)

A jack-knifed transport has closed Highway 63 east of North Bay near Peninsula Road, North Bay OPP say. There are no detours while heading east on the highway.

Tsunami condolence book

MPP Smith has invited Nipissing residents to sign a book of condolence to honour the memory of victims of the recent earthquake and tsunamis in Asia.

Free family Literacy Day skate

The North Bay Literacy Council along with partners Northern Honda, CUPE Local 122 and the North Bay Public Library will be presenting the Second Annual Family Literacy Ice Capades on Sunday, Jan. 16, at the Pete Palangio Arena.