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College welcomes alumni

News Release ***************** (NORTH BAY, ONT.) -- Canadore College is hosting its Convocation Ceremonies for the Schools of Environmental Studies and Biotechnology; Health, Human Care and Wellness; and Indigenous Studies on May 28 .

B & E's and thefts highlight OPP report

News Release ******************* BREAK ENTER AND THEFT TO ARMOUR TOWNSHIP RESIDENCE (ARMOUR TWP, ON) – On Wednesday May 20, 2015 at approximately 10:45 a.m.

Youth bicycle safety

(NORTH BAY, ON) – The nice weather is finally here and our children are back out on their bicycles. Parents should make a few simple safety checks of their child’s bike to ensure their child’s safety.

West Nipissing Police report

News Release ****************** From May 15th to May 21st, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 166 calls for service.

Summer Camps at Discovery North Bay Museum

News Release ******************* Registration Open for Time Travel, Explorer, and Creative Kids Themed Summer Camps at Discovery North Bay Museum NORTH BAY, May 20, 2015- Discovery North Bay Museum is pleased to announce that registration is now open

Plant sale this weekend

News Release **************** Alliance Public School will be holding a PLANT SALE on Saturday, May 30th from 8:30 am until sold out in the school gym at 700 Stones Street.

Try rowing!

News release ***************** The provincial rowing and sailing associations have launched a large “Get Out On The Water” campaign encouraging rowing and sailing clubs across Ontario to open their doors and host free Try-It events to pro

The Dionne Quints Museum Birthday Thursday!

News Release **************** The Dionne Quints Museum Birthday Thursday! Date: Thursday, May 28 th 2015 Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Location: Dionne Quints Museum, 1375 Seymour Street, North Bay, at the junction of Hwy 11 and 17 The Museum is cele

Letter to Editor: MP let dementia patients down

Matthew Dineen, his son Peter (10) and MP Claude Gravelle on the day of the vote, May 6. Dear Editor: On May 6, your local MP Jay Aspin voted against a national dementia strategy becoming enshrined into Canadian law.


News Release ******************* QUEEN’S PARK – Liberal budget amendments today are an admission concerns brought forward by the Ontario PC caucus regarding transit and infrastructure funding were legitimate, said Finance Critic and Nipis