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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

Police Chief says tent cities not just a North Bay problem

Police Chief says tent cities not just a North Bay problem

'There are criminals who are actually taking advantage of people who are living in a vulnerable situation'
North Bay humane society overwhelmed by the support for abandoned newborn puppies

North Bay humane society overwhelmed by the support for abandoned newborn puppies

'In response to our call for help, our shelter was overwhelmed with phone calls, messages, emails and visits from concerned citizens who dropped by to lend support'
Colton Point adjusting to life as a pro

Colton Point adjusting to life as a pro

'When hockey is the only thing in your life it does get hard sometimes so you have to learn how to fill your time and always be prepared when you get to the rink'
Humane Society overwhelmed by the support for abandoned newborn puppies

Humane Society overwhelmed by the support for abandoned newborn puppies

'In response to our call for help, our shelter was overwhelmed with phone calls, messages, emails and visits from concerned citizens who dropped by to lend support'
Osprey Links Golf Gala about fundraising and fellowship

Osprey Links Golf Gala about fundraising and fellowship

'So it’s not just about raising money too, it is also about raising friends and friend awareness and whatnot of the various causes that we have had and the hospital, it’s a good one'
Bull finishes seventh at Worlds

Bull finishes seventh at Worlds

North Bay waterskier Jaimee Bull missed her 11.25 m pass in the finals, scoring three buoys at the 11.25 m line length, placing her seventh at the World Waterski Championships taking place in Putra Jaya, Malaysia.
North Bay’s Top Cop speaks about social media and the mob mentality

North Bay’s Top Cop speaks about social media and the mob mentality

'The Social media challenge sometimes is to distinguish between what is fact and or fiction that are distributed on social media which we see regularly'
North Bay Humane Society taking care of 11 newborn abandoned puppies

North Bay Humane Society taking care of 11 newborn abandoned puppies

'Very, very rarely do we see puppies abandoned like that and especially without mom'
Nipissing First Nation Chief upset over cannabis store licencing

Nipissing First Nation Chief upset over cannabis store licencing

"So he has to meet all of the requirements of our licensing and follow our laws before provincial laws.”
Humane Society taking care of 11 newborn abandoned puppies

Humane Society taking care of 11 newborn abandoned puppies

'Very, very rarely do we see puppies abandoned like that and especially without mom'