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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

Project unveiled to combat indigenous homelessness

Project unveiled to combat indigenous homelessness

'Our hope is to someday actually establish affordable housing and this is kind of the gateway to it'
Beach goers enjoying new gazebo

Beach goers enjoying new gazebo

'I think it's beautiful and adds a cozy feel to the park'
Good sign for Battalion import pick?

Good sign for Battalion import pick?

Rangers signing of Filip Chytil gives the Battalion more of a chance to sign the Czech star
Jumping for joy at Legion Track Camp

Jumping for joy at Legion Track Camp

'It’s to teach them the basic mechanics of throwing, the basic mechanics of jumping and the basic mechanics of running'
Magnetawan teen dies in crash

Magnetawan teen dies in crash

The police investigation revealed that the driver, Megan BELL, 18 of Magnetawan Township lost control of her vehicle and struck a tree on Tower Road and was pronounced deceased at the scene
Fire Chief questions radiation readings at North Bay Landfill

Fire Chief questions radiation readings at North Bay Landfill

'They will be coming in and doing their own surveys again to see the amount of radiation'
Magnetawan teen dies in crash

Magnetawan teen dies in crash

The police investigation revealed that the driver, Megan BELL, 18 of Magnetawan Township lost control of her vehicle and struck a tree on Tower Road and was pronounced deceased at the scene
<b>Highway closed due to incident</b> (UPDATED)

Highway closed due to incident (UPDATED)

The OPP report Highway 64 between LeClair Road and Piquette Road in Verner remains closed as the OPP and West Nipissing Police are involved in an incident 
Fire Chief questions radiation readings at North Bay Landfill

Fire Chief questions radiation readings at North Bay Landfill

'They will be coming in and doing their own surveys again to see the amount of radiation'
North Bay's Mr. Good Deeds

North Bay's Mr. Good Deeds

'There's nothing better than doing something that makes you feel great about yourself'