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Chris Dawson

Chris Dawson

Originally hailing from Lethbridge, Alberta, Chris is now a proud resident of North Bay. He joined BayToday.ca in 2004 and is known for his up-to-the-minute sports coverage and as a key member of the BayToday news team. Chris was chair of the 2007 Winning Hockeyville Committee.

Recent Work by Chris

Football coach reflects on his Hall of Fame teammate

Football coach reflects on his Hall of Fame teammate

“He was someone who did whatever was expected of him by the coaches and he never complained to his teammates, he just loved playing football, regardless what position, whether it was a position he liked or not, he just did it because he enjoyed it and was good at it.”  
Football coach reflects on his Hall of Fame teammate

Football coach reflects on his Hall of Fame teammate

“He was someone who did whatever was expected of him by the coaches and he never complained to his teammates, he just loved playing football, regardless what position, whether it was a position he liked or not, he just did it because he enjoyed it and was good at it.”  
Battalion vet heads to the AHL

Battalion vet heads to the AHL

“I’d like to play in the NHL next year, that’s the goal.”
OFSAA curling taking over local rinks

OFSAA curling taking over local rinks

Wildcats boys looking for an OFSAA medal after missing out in 2016.
Nickel Capital Wolves trap Trappers to claim GNML crown (VIDEO)

Nickel Capital Wolves trap Trappers to claim GNML crown (VIDEO)

Sudbury AAA midget team comes from behind to send North Bay packing
<b>North Bay’s own inducted into CFL Hall of Fame</b>

North Bay’s own inducted into CFL Hall of Fame

“I’m a proud Canadian. I love our game, I love our country. I enjoyed going to work every day, it didn’t seem like a job.”
<b>Slow start kills Trappers in GNML final </b>(VIDEO)

Slow start kills Trappers in GNML final (VIDEO)

Trappers drop game five 4-1 on home ice.
Wildcats out at OFSAA in Fort Frances

Wildcats out at OFSAA in Fort Frances

Wildcats fall to Dryden Eagles in their final round robin contest.
Rotary4Kids major fundraiser set to go next week

Rotary4Kids major fundraiser set to go next week

“If it can help someone have a better life for working 29 hours, who am I to say no.”
What’s happening at the old Target location?

What’s happening at the old Target location?

“Crombie is working on a number of opportunities for the former Target site.”