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Coulier's act a real gas

Coulier's act a real gas

Dave Coulier knows how to get a lot of mileage from his stand-up comedy routine: back-load it with gas jokes.
Presidency of new riding association goes North

Presidency of new riding association goes North

The presidency of the new Nipissing-Timiskaming Federal Liberal Riding Association has been won by a Haileybury woman.
The little guy from Verner

The little guy from Verner

He may be the self-described “little guy from Verner,” but no one would ever accuse Ben Serre of thinking small.
Omischl puts pedal to the medal

Omischl puts pedal to the medal

North Bay's Steve Omischl has won another medal on the World Cup circuit.
Big victory for Northern branch of riding

Big victory for Northern branch of riding

The presidency of the new Nipissing-Timiskaming Federal Liberal Riding Association has been won by a Haileybury woman.
Bad Lafortune for Carl

Bad Lafortune for Carl

A Northern Ontario man received non-life-threatening injuries when the snowmobile he was driving was struck by a vehicle on Highway 17 just west of Bonfield. The man was driving his 1993 Polaris when he was hit by a 1992 G.M.C.
True Grits voting for new executive

True Grits voting for new executive

Liberals from the former Nipissing and Timiskaming-Cochrane ridings are voting today for an executive. The new Nipissing-Timiskaming riding comes into being after its predecessors were merged by federal legislation. BayToday.
The little gal from Bonfield

The little gal from Bonfield

Susan Church and Bernie Church share a mother-daughter moment after the former North Bay city councilor officially launched her candidacy for the Nipissing-Timiskaming federal Liberal nomination.
Fundraisers exceed goal by plenty

Fundraisers exceed goal by plenty

Members of the Caring for Generations fundraising campaign cabinet display how much they raised over the last 18 months.
SWOT team deployed for contract bid

SWOT team deployed for contract bid

A city SWOT team has been deployed to help the Ontario Northland Railway try to secure a $75 million contract. Ontario GO Transit will be refurbishing its cars, and the ONR will be submitting a bid.