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Cops foil B&E

A Callander man and a Nipissing Twp. man and a Nipissing Twp. woman have been arrested after Ontario Provincial Police foiled a break and enter attempt.
First Spike

First Spike

The Township of Canton-Bonfield celebrated a historical milestone for the area today during a re-enactment of the first Canadian Pacific Railway line spike being driven into the ground which began the first Transcontential Railway.

Rota Appointed to Defence Committee (Exclusive Friday)

Nipissing-Timiskaming MP Anthony Rota has been appointed to the Commons' Defence Committee, he told BayToday.ca exclusively Friday from his Ottawa office.

Flu Season

The North Bay & District Health Unit is preparing for Flu season and announced thier October Clinic dates.
Fall Colours

Fall Colours

The cold wet weather earlier in the week has served as a reminder that it won’t be to long before Old Man Winter has us in his grasp. We only have a few short days left to enjoy the warm weather and the colours of the season.
This 23-year-old girl sure can rock!

This 23-year-old girl sure can rock!

Twenty-three-year-old singer Amélie Veille made a stop in North Bay on Tuesday night while touring Ontario. She performed to a very appreciative crowd at Ecole Secondaire Algonquin. Amélie was energetic and received a standing ovation.
New chief elected

New chief elected

Earl Commanda's successor has been elected to lead the Anishinabek Nation. The election was held today at the Best Western, in North Bay.

Turkey for Lunch

Mayor Vic Fedeli and Deputy Mayor Peter Chirico played host to a Rotary delegation from Turkey over the noon hour today. The delegates are on a tour of Ontario to view the cultural and economic differences of their sister clubs.

Grand Chief to be elected today

The Chiefs of the 42 member First Nations represented by the Union of Ontario Indians will replace Grand Council Chief Earl Commanda today. Commanda resigned in August following a Justice Circle review for improper use of a UOI-issued credit card.

Don't replace old money with new, Fedeli says

The federal government has done enough talking about its new deal for cities, and now it's time for some money, Mayor Vic Fedeli says. Fedeli was referring to Tuesday's Throne Speech, which once again made reference to the new deal.