Help keep The North Bay Bay going!

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff Hello friends and readers! The North Bay Bay is coming up to its 2nd Anniversary, and could use your help! If you’ve got the time, please take a moment to look at our GoFundMe. Our website and hosting needs renewal, and we’d really appreciate help with covering the costs. A toonie towards […]

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Fedeli press release concerning teacher layoffs just the word “fearmongering” over and over in different fonts and sizes

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Vic Fedeli, the Minister of Finance for the ruling Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, responded Wednesday morning to the news that cuts made by his government have resulted in nearly half of the Near North District School Board’s high school teachers being declared “redundant” by releasing a […]

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Ford Government to put beer in libraries

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca OTTAWA – The Ford Government has cut into libraries across the province by slashing their funding through Ontario Library Service by 50%. The results are libraries discontinuing their interlibrary loan services, reducing training for employees and patrons, and in many cases, the removal of library programs and resources. The cuts […]

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‘Trash Mountain’ at Wal-Mart melts, reveals time capsule

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — ‘Trash Mountain,’ the nearly 15 foot high pile of snow, dirt and garbage that accumulates outside North Bay’s Wal-Mart, has melted and left behind a mystery. Discovered among the remaining shopping bags, cigarette butts, Tim Horton’s cups, plastic bottles, pop cans, dog poop, food wrappers and […]

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Mayor favours twins

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY — When it comes to ice rinks, North Bay is approaching a tipping point. The West Ferris and Pete Palangio arenas are reaching the end of their lifespans, and Memorial Gardens had its own scare this year, with questions over the integrity of the structure being raised. But […]

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