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Snowbirds in town for Armed Forces Day 2024

The Canadian Forces Snowbirds will be in the North Bay Skies in June. The Snowbirds released their schedule today and one of the stops is here at home. The team will be wowing crowds during the city's Armed Forces Day on June 19. They'll be joined by the Skyhawks parachute team and...

Egging incident leads to charges for city man

A 27-year-old city man is facing a couple of mischief charges in what police call an egging incident.   The North Bay Police Service says on December 1, a man went to police headquarters and started throwing eggs at parked cruisers and then the front doors of the building.   According...

Two ‘strong advocates’ recognized by FONOM

The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) is thanking two retiring police chiefs in the region for their ‘exemplary dedication’ and efforts to improve society.   Both Chief Scott Tod of the North Bay Police Service and Timmins Police Chief Daniel Foy recently announced their retirements.   Earlier this year, FONOM...

MP says program that helped create over 770 jobs is back

Local employers can now apply for Canada Summer Jobs funding.   Anthony Rota, Member of Parliament for Nipissing-Timiskaming, says over the last two years, the program has contributed over $2.6 million to the riding, creating 777 jobs.   He says both our communities and the economy benefit from the program, which...

City police start up Festive RIDE program

T’is the season for Festive RIDE stops combatting impaired driving.   The North Bay Police Service and North Bay Battalion players are launching the annual campaign Monday afternoon with a RIDE stop outside Memorial Gardens.   “It’s that time of year where if you do have a few drinks, if you’re...

NPI making a case for more 2+1 roads in the north

The Northern Policy Institute (NPI) says 2+1 roads should be introduced across much of the highway network in Northern Ontario.   The system includes three lanes and incorporates a regular passing lane that changes direction approximately every two to five kilometres, and is separated by a barrier.    A new study by NPI...
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