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<b>North Bay area family forced to take high risk son to Sudbury to get vaccinated</b>

North Bay area family forced to take high risk son to Sudbury to get vaccinated

'The NBPSHU has failed this group miserably'
<b>COVID-19:</b> Feds, province announce $656M fund to improve air quality in public buildings

COVID-19: Feds, province announce $656M fund to improve air quality in public buildings

Dollars will fund projects for ventilation systems, hand hygiene stations and better physical distancing
<b>Opinion:</b> Entitled people from North Bay irk reader

Opinion: Entitled people from North Bay irk reader

'I did suggest isolating northern Ontario months ago when our COVID-19 rates were low, without affecting our supply-chain'
Local fire departments get COVID funding

Local fire departments get COVID funding

. The funding will enhance fire safety training and support safety inspection programs to ensure compliance with the Ontario Fire Code
Is there any hope for short OHL season?

Is there any hope for short OHL season?

Could top Battalion prospects play on a Division-style all-star team to get in some action in 2020-21?
Councillor takes historic look at downtown and waterfront projects and how they shape the future

Councillor takes historic look at downtown and waterfront projects and how they shape the future

'You’ve now had several successions of City Council who have really taken this area to heart'
Good morning, North Bay!

Good morning, North Bay!

Celebrate the little things
Northeastern lumber mills to fly a new ownership flag

Northeastern lumber mills to fly a new ownership flag

Vancouver's GreenFirst Forest Products scoops up mills in Chapleau, Cochrane, Hearst, Kapuskasing
‘Catastrophic’: Students, faculty react after Laurentian chops 69 programs

‘Catastrophic’: Students, faculty react after Laurentian chops 69 programs

Laurentian faculty are now voting on a collective agreement, one that a union official (who has also lost his job) says was not reached through normal means
‘Constant state of burnout’: Pandemic stress causing nurses to leave the profession in droves

‘Constant state of burnout’: Pandemic stress causing nurses to leave the profession in droves

A Sudbury nurse tells Sudbury.com about the challenges of working during COVID-19 as job vacancies in health care topped 100,000 in Canada at the end of 2020, a recent journal report states