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New record set for city building permits

A new record has been set for the value of building permits issued in North Bay. Mayor Vic Fedeli announced today that $71,036,406 worth of permits have been issued this year, beating the previous record of $70,500,000.
Police seek missing girls   (PHOTOS ADDED)

Police seek missing girls (PHOTOS ADDED)

Ashley Laprise (above) is one of two missing girls. Photo courtesy North Bay Police Service. The North Bay Police Service is looking for two teenage girls who went missing shortly after midnight Dec. 4 Det. Cst.

Minister offers CA "step by step" help

Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay talks to reporters following his meeting this morning with officials from the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority. Photo by Chris Dawson, BayToday.ca.

Rollover leads to charges

A 43-year-old Redbridge man has been charged after a vehicle rolled over last night on Hwy 63. North Bay OPP said the man was driving a green1994 Dodge pickup truck southbound on the highway outside of the city limits.

Snowmobile charges laid

The North Bay Police Service has already begun laying snowmobile related charges, even though the season hasn't officially started yet. Police said that earlier this week Cst. Steve Trahan of laid four charges in relation to snowmobile infractions.

Police issue advisory

The North Bay Police Service has issued an advisory asking the public not to give out PIN numbers or passwords over the Internet.
Bad Santa - Good Santa

Bad Santa - Good Santa

Things can be a little frightening at this time of year... They can also be very joyful... Following is a photo montage of Garderie Soleil's seasonal party for the kids. Special guest appearance by none other than...well...

Ramsay to meet with CA board members

The financial condition of the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority will likely be the key agenda item tomorrow morning when Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay meets with CA board members.

Carmichael hiring wonderful news, Stevens said.

A union spokesman representing a number of Ontario Northland Railway employees says he's pleased with the choice of the new ONTC president and CEO.

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