News Robertson looks to ‘Move North Bay Forward’ with Council bid SHARE ON: Stu Campaigne, staff Tuesday, Jul. 10th, 2018 North Bay City Hall and Council Chambers. File photo Scott Robertson will seek election as a city councillor in the fall municipal election. Robertson has joined the race for North Bay City Council and he is promising to “Move North Bay Forward.” Robertson says his campaign is about championing the findings of the Baylor Report and focuses on a community-based approach, one that builds connectedness within our city. He says he is seeking the best way to grow our local economy, help our local businesses thrive, encourage entrepreneurship and respect the taxpayer. Robertson adds as a parent, a spouse, a teacher, a library worker, a home-owner and a volunteer, he is completely invested in the betterment of our city. North Bay City Council candidate Scott Robertson. Photo supplied So far, there are no candidates for mayor. Robertson joins the following candidates for city council who have filed their paperwork at City Hall: Mike Anthony Mac Bain Johanne Brousseau Richard Cadotte Rene Giroux Dave Mendicino Scott Robertson Bill Vrebosch Tanya Vrebosch Other candidates include: Near North District School Board Frank O’Hagan Nipissing Parry Sound District Catholic School Board Shawn Fitzsimmons Linda Jamieson Barbara McCool Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario Jules Duchesne Henri Menard Conseil scolaire catholique Franco-Nord Nicole Fournier Roland Rochon Anne-Marie Theoret The nomination period began May 1 and runs until July 27. Nominations can be filed during regular City of North Bay municipal office hours (8:30am and 4:30pm) until July 26. On July 27, the final day for nominations, the hours to submit applications are between 9:00am and 2:00pm. For more information on the October 22 municipal election, click here.