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Chico is the man

The Conservative Party candidate for the Nipissing-Timiskaming riding has been chosen.
Mourn for the dead, fight for the living

Mourn for the dead, fight for the living

A youngster places a rose on the memorial to injured workers at North Bay city hall. Photo by Phil Novak,

The fall of Saigon

A Soviet-made T-54 tank rolls into Saigon, in this AP photo taken 30 years ago. Photo submitted. Author's note: It is estimated that anywhere from 30 to 40,000 Canadians served in the American military during the war in southeast Asia.

Labour ministry issued work orders against Midtronics

The Ontario Labour Ministry has issued seven orders against Midtronics Inc. in relation to an incident at its North Bay operation, has learned. Midtronics confirmed several days ago that it was downsizing Midtronics Canada Inc.

Judge dismisses appeal, sends illegal builder off to jail

Roland Boissonneault will be going to jail for six months, but Marise Clement says she’s the one who was given a life sentence by the illegal builder.

Adam Ranger remembered at PSB meeting

Deb Ranger makes a statement as her husband Dave looks on. Staff Sgt. Rob McDonald is also in the picture. Photo by Cst. Rick Tass, Special to

North Bay and Nunavut companies strike deal

Cementation Canada president Roy Slack listens to a question at a news conference announcing the formation of a new company. Photo submitted. A North Bay-based company has joined forces with one based in Nunavut.

Rota appalled Tories and Bloc playing politics

Nipissing-Temiskaming MP Anthony Rota says he’s “appalled” that the Conservatives and Bloc Québécois have chosen to play politics instead of recognizing and honouring Canada’s War Veterans.

North Bay to host awards gala

North Bay has been selected to host the eighth annual Ontario Global Traders Awards next April. Event organizers made the announcement in Thunder Bay today, where the awards gala featuring Ontario's top exporters, is being hosted this year.

Fraud investigation extends to North Bay

The North Bay Police Service is now investigating a city man who was charged with fraud in Sudbury. The Greater Sudbury Police Service charged 38-year-old Stephen Brown with fraud and forgery charges following a nine-month investigation.