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Algonquin Park to be featured as part of CBC show

An episode of a new CBC mini-series will watch over a group of wolf pups in Algonquin Park as they fight to survive.   Dugald Maudsley, executive director of Secret World of Sound, says the episode is one of three. The episode focuses on Algonquin Park. It airs on Feb. 29 on...

Former North Bay Fire Chief Ted McCullough passes away

Former North Bay Fire Chief Edward "Ted" McCullough has passed away. The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs shared the news on Monday. McCullough's career brought him to North Bay in 1990, where he served as Fire Chief for 18 years. According to his obituary, he passed away suddenly on February 14 in...

Sandhill Crane hunting season may be returning

A Sandhill Crane hunting season may be returning to Ontario. The Canadian Wildlife Service has penned a proposal for it to return in some Northern and Central districts. The feds say a hunting season would provide new harvesting opportunities for hunters and an additional way to help alleviate crop damage caused...

New NBPS training offers more help to military veterans

Our local police service has joined others across the country in implementing the Military Veteran Assistance Referral Form (MVWP), as part of the Military Veterans Wellness Program. Officials say the program began in 2019 and aims to achieve prosperity for all Canadian Armed Forces Veterans and increased public safety for...

Community raises nearly $45,000 for The Gathering Place

Nearly $45,000. That's how much 28 teams and almost 200 walkers raised for The Gathering Place this weekend. The community soup kitchen's Coldest NIght of the Year run/walk event was this Saturday. Officials are thanking the businesses and the residents who raised funds for the event, adding the support allows them to...

Ukrainian families in North Bay marking war anniversary

Local Ukrainians are marking a grim anniversary on Saturday.   Feb. 24 is the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which officials say has displaced millions of people and killed hundreds of thousands, with no end in sight.  More than two dozen Ukrainian families have since settled in North Bay.  They’ll be gathering...
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