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Base preservation a priority, Defence Minister says

Base preservation a priority, Defence Minister says

Canadian Defence Minister Bill Graham takes questions from local reporters during a visit Tuesday to CFB North Bay. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.
Resident wants complete ban of cosmetic pesticide use

Resident wants complete ban of cosmetic pesticide use

North Bay now has a city-wide pesticide bylaw, but Jim Cotter doesn’t think it goes far enough.
Bury's Fury

Bury's Fury

North Bay's Joanne Bury has returned to the area after a 20-year absence, and BayToday.ca has got the award-winning writer. Bury become's the site's newest editorialist/columnist, and she'll also do the occassional book or play review.
Sexual assault arrest

Sexual assault arrest

A 50-year-old North Bay man has been arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting a woman he knows. The North Bay Police Service says the assault took place between Feb.
Missing brothers (Updated with photos)

Missing brothers (Updated with photos)

The North Bay Police Service is asking for the public's help in locating two missing brothers. The teenagers went missing from their residence in North Bay Feb. 22. Kasey Drinkwater, 15, is described as male white, 5’5 tall, 155 lbs.
Israeli trip once in a lifetime opportunity, Cook says Updated

Israeli trip once in a lifetime opportunity, Cook says Updated

Paul Cook leaves for the holy land tonight.
Concentrated Council

Concentrated Council

Nipissing Environmental Watch member Barb Bukowski holds a picture up during a presentation before North Bay city council approved its new pesticide control bylaw. Council also passed its 2005 city budget. Photo by Bill Tremblay, Special to BayToday.
Hospital launches advanced care paramedics program

Hospital launches advanced care paramedics program

North Bay paramedic Richard Lebeau gives a demonstration at a news conference today regarding the launch of the Advanced Care Paramedic Program. Lebeau is one of two specially trained paramedics in the city to have received advanced care training.
CORRECTION

CORRECTION

A story this morning about an attack at Memorial Gardens contained an error. The attack occurred near Memorial Gardens and not in it. Incorrect information was provided to BayToday.ca by the North Bay Police Service.
Skim bilk Updates and adds photos

Skim bilk Updates and adds photos

North Bay Police Service identification officer Ivan Ryman displays part of a skimming device seized from SCOTIABANK, on Main Street. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.