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Tree North Bay goes tree planting

Tree North Bay goes tree planting

As part of North Bay’s Arbour week activities, Tree North Bay, a group of volunteers, local service clubs and conservation groups planted over 114 trees and seedlings around North Bay this past Saturday and will continue to plant a further $1,000 wor
CARP hosts 2nd annual conference

CARP hosts 2nd annual conference

CARP, the association for the 50+ crowd is hosting their 2nd annual North Bay conference and workshop event Saturday, May 12, from 9 am to 4pm at the Best Western Hotel.
Not just for Mothers Day

Not just for Mothers Day

The local chapter of Habitat for Humanity want to help residents honour Mom and Dad by making a $5.00 donation to Habitat for Humanity at Northgate this Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
MS Society set for Mother’s Day carnation sale

MS Society set for Mother’s Day carnation sale

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ontario News Release ******************** The North Bay and District Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ontario is holding it’s Annual Mother’s Day Carnation Sale this Friday and Saturday (May 11 and 12).
Trojans do it again

Trojans do it again

Once again the students of West Ferris Secondary School have outdone themselves when it comes to raising money in the battle against cancer.
Fantino reacts to accusations of racial profiling in Timmins case

Fantino reacts to accusations of racial profiling in Timmins case

OPP News Release ************************ Timmins – A successful Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) marijuana grow investigation in the greater Timmins area, initiated in 2005, has resulted in the conviction and sentencing of two men on May 08, 2007.
Mattawishkwia River Bridge reduced to one lane

Mattawishkwia River Bridge reduced to one lane

Ministry of Transportation News Release ******************** North Bay — The Ministry of Transportation wishes to advise the motoring public that the Mattawishkwia River Bridge on Highway 11, 2.
Students help replant the Black Forest

Students help replant the Black Forest

Following the screening of Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” during Earth Day celebrations Odyssée students were pumped up to take action in the fight against green house gases.
Oh McHappy Day

Oh McHappy Day

First there was McDreamy, then McSteamy and now we have McFlirty. McFlirty, aka Mayor Victor Fedeli, poured on the charm while working the drive-thru window today for McHappy Day.
Crime Stoppers crime of the week

Crime Stoppers crime of the week

Near North Crime Stoppers presents the Crime of the Week for May 9th, 2007. ******************** Near North Crime Stoppers and the Mattawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the public’s assistance in solving an assault.