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Waterfront vision unveiled to full house (Updated)

Waterfront vision unveiled to full house (Updated)

Dr. Rod Johnston presented the Community Waterfront Friends vision for the CP rail lands Wednesday night. The rail lands would be converted into a park under the vision.

What Gilles had to say today about the ONR

Here is a statement made in the legislature today about the Ontario Northland Railway by Timmins-James Bay NDP MPP Gilles Bisson: "I rise in this House today to remind the government of the commitment they made in the last election, and that was the

Energy saving measures to be implemented in provincial government offices

Close to half a million dollars will be spent on provincial government offices in North Bay to make them more energy efficient, Nipissing MPP Monique Smith said today.

Blood donour clinics continue

A blood donour clinic continues today until 7:30 tonight and then again tomorrow from noon to 2:30 p.m., and then from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Canadian Blood Services is holding the clinics at the Elks Lodge,in North Bay.

Student wants to follow family footsteps into medicine

Tapas Kulkarni is only 16, but the Grade 12 Widdifield Secondary School student already knows what he wants to do with his life.

Maritimes company, driver, charged in spill

A New Brunswick transport company and one of its drivers have been charged by Ontario Provincial Police in relation to a dangerous goods spill last Thursday at a weigh station on Hwy 17.

Million Dollar Man brings Christian wrestlers to North Bay

As an up and coming young wrestler working in Mississippi, Ted DeBiase caught the attention of the World Wrestling Federation, which transformed him into perhaps its, most recognizable character, the Million Dollar Man.

Local student robotic team off to world championships

Todd Willick,(c), Justin Boudreau,(r), and Nick Bourdon show off the medals they won at a regional robotics competition this past weekend in Mississauga.

City giving final salute to Chief

Mayor Vic Fedeli says North Bay will be saving itself money by selling the Chief Commanda II to the company that’s operating it now, even though the city will pay $78,000 a year for the next five years as part of the deal.

Province introduces Adams Mine legislation

The province has introduced a bill which would prohibit the use of the Adams Mine as a landfill. As well the bill would bring in waste diversion initiatives to protect the environment and communities.