Round 2: North Bay’s Greatest Pizza

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff ROUND 2! In a shocking upset, Greco’s (Lakeshore) defeated Greco’s (Algonquin) to move onto the second round! (just kidding, Greco’s Lakeshore got like 4 votes) Pick your 4 winners to move on! Match-ups: Topper’s Pizza vs. Boston Pizza Twigg’s vs. Dr. Pizza Arugula vs. 241 Pizza Milano vs. Greco’s (Algonquin) Today’s vote closes at […]

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Main St. turned into 200 foot “Slip ‘N Slide”

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff Multiple Main St. businesses are set to re-open today, and it appears that they’ve set up a fun surprise for their customers. Those headed downtown are encouraged to bring their swimsuits and take a trip down Main St.’s new 200 foot Slip ‘n Slide. “THIS THING ROCKS!” yells downtown […]

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Round 1: North Bay’s Greatest Pizza

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff Here we go! Who has the Greatest Pizza in North Bay? Pick your winners for the first round! Match-ups: Topper’s Pizza vs. Pizza Hut The Portage vs. Boston Pizza Twigg’s vs. Domino’s Pizza Dr. Pizza vs. The Moose’s Cookhouse Arugula vs. Pizza Pizza Little Caesars vs. 241 Pizza Milano vs. Mrs. Vanelli’s […]

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Who has the Greatest Pizza in North Bay?

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff As our Facebook Page nears 900 likes, we near a campaign promise – at 900 likes, we’ll be ordering a pizza from one North Bay establishment so that we can rearrange the pepperonis to look like former Deputy Mayor Sheldon Forgette. To prepare, we are introducing a 16-way elimination style battle to […]

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City adds 20 foot “re-opening” doors to Gateway Arch

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff The City of North Bay is ready for Stage 2 of Ontario’s reopening strategy. A jubilant Mayor McDonald announced the completed construction of two gigantic “re-opening” doors which have been built into the City’s Gateway Arch. “These doors are a monument to the community, frontline workers, and essential employees that […]

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North Bay to pay for new Community Centre with Canadian Tire cash

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff Early into 2020, it was confirmed that North Bay would be getting a new Community and Recreation Centre to replace the aging West Ferris Arena. But with an estimated cost between $30.5 million and $32.6 million, City Council has been forced to look at novel ways to pay. “Without […]

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