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Hwy 17 Re-opened North of Sault Ste Marie

Hwy 17 Re-opened North of Sault Ste Marie

Ontario Provincial Police have re-opened Hwy 17 approximately 60 kms North of Sault Ste Marie. Officers are currently at the scene of a two vehicle collision. The crash happened around 10:00 this morning. No word of injuries.
Recycled, Reused, Revealing

Recycled, Reused, Revealing

Visual artist Dan Elzinga adjusts his sculpture, "Net Sex Woman", from his show on display at the WKP Kennedy Gallery. It’s a small art show. Only ten pieces.
Shredded Treat

Shredded Treat

Shred-It technician Stewart Eagleson prepares a load of dropped off documents for destruction inside the shredding truck during today's free Community Shred at the North Bay Police Service's parking lot.
Budget Reaction

Budget Reaction

Reaction to Thursday’s Provincial budget has been favourable across Ontario today and Nipissing was no exception. Nipissing MPP Monique Smith was delighted with the investments the region realized with this budget.
Remembering Adam

Remembering Adam

Nipissing MPP Monique Smith stood in the Legislature Thursday and shared the story of 5-year-old Adam Ranger and the 'Let’s Remember Adam Campaign' with her colleagues.
North Bay Man Charged with Cruelty

North Bay Man Charged with Cruelty

Derrick Bessette of North Bay was charged on March 21 under the Criminal Code of Canada with abandoning a cat in distress. The cat was found by a Callander resident on March 13th in a taped box in a snow bank.
St. Hubert's Centre Stage

St. Hubert's Centre Stage

Fresh from their dress rehearsal at the Evening of Applause event Wednesday, the children of the St. Hubert’s School Choir will grace the Capitol Centre stage tonight. The Cobblestones are an east coast Celtic band from St. John’s Newfoundland.
Solidarity

Solidarity

Elementary, Secondary and University Teachers joined striking College faculty on the line Thursday to show their support for their colleagues and to Support Quality Education.
DIA AGM

DIA AGM

The Downtown Improvement Area has announced their Annual General Meeting date. The AGM will be held on Wednesday, April 5, 2006 at the Capitol Centre Martini Lounge and Capitol Centre Stage.
Update on College Strike

Update on College Strike

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ********************* Minister Bentley says it's time for students to get back to class TORONTO, March 23 - Training, Colleges and Universities Minister Chris Bentley has asked repr