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From Garden Village to the Zulu Kings and beyond, Que Rock carries on his hip-hop path

From Garden Village to the Zulu Kings and beyond, Que Rock carries on his hip-hop path

Hip-hop changes with time, but the culture’s essence remains, and Que Rock thrives within that core
NUSU Student Centre is a beacon of promise

NUSU Student Centre is a beacon of promise

'It's a space for students to come, not just to work, but to study and socialize and interact on campus. It is a huge part of the student experience.'
Meet the reporters of tomorrow

Meet the reporters of tomorrow

Introducing the recipients of Village Media’s Journalism Scholarships
Volunteer group, fed up with unsightly weeds, will pull for North Bay

Volunteer group, fed up with unsightly weeds, will pull for North Bay

A local group called Vision 2025 is hoping to encourage citizens to help beautify North Bay by tackling the unsightly weed growth along the city's streets and sidewalks.
The struggle with mental illness is real

The struggle with mental illness is real

'I just want to bring awareness because I need help'
Crystal Shawanda happily brings the blues to town

Crystal Shawanda happily brings the blues to town

‘This is our blues, this is our Indigenous blues. I want to be authentic; I want to be genuine, I want to tell our stories’
City seeks solution to appease 'Weed Whistleblower'

City seeks solution to appease 'Weed Whistleblower'

'Do the photos embarrass you? They certainly embarrass me. It's pretty hard to attract tourism or instill civic pride when this is the best the City can do'
The Rolling Barrage uses 'throttle therapy' to wheel through the Bay

The Rolling Barrage uses 'throttle therapy' to wheel through the Bay

'We joke that you never see a bike parked outside a psychiatrist's office'
Archival footage shows how North Bay threw a party 86 years ago this week

Archival footage shows how North Bay threw a party 86 years ago this week

The 1935 Old Home Week, held in the midst of the Great Depression, 'was organized, in part, to encourage tourists to link a visit to see the Dionne Quintuplets in Corbeil with a visit to North Bay.'
Local author opens The Door to a child's imagination

Local author opens The Door to a child's imagination

'I ended up writing the story when my daughter was about a year old'