Letter: Motorcycles are loud so I wear air horns on my feet

Addressed to: thenorthbaybay.ca staff To the editor, I recently saw an article from a biker who said they modified their bike’s exhaust in order to combat distracted drivers. They made many great points about how sound alerts people to things. That’s why I wear air horns on my feet. For the longest time I had […]

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Scientists discover giant crystal that draws people back to North Bay

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – 300 feet underground it sits undisturbed – a gigantic, prismatic crystal. The nearly 80 foot tall, faintly incandescent jewel was discovered by a group of intrepid scientists in early August. “To be honest, we weren’t originally looking for the crystal,” explains geologist Bruce Deveau. “Hallie dropped […]

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Al McDonald Vows to Change North Bay’s Name

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff BAY – Mayor Al McDonald may be in the last term of his reign run as Mayor, but he’s going out with a bang. In a live press conference streamed through McDonald’s exclusive OnlyFans account, the Mayor of North Bay announced Sunday evening that he will be changing the […]

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City Council Introduces a “Creative Accounting Department”

From: Marie Cleroux, thenorthbaybay.ca contributor NORTH BAY — With more and more of Ontario opening up, the reality of a tight budget is hitting everyone.  No one knows this more than City Hall, who had to lay off workers near the start of the pandemic. In response to Ontario’s slow reopening and local budgetary restraints, […]

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One Kids Place finally commits to helping a second kid

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff It’s been 16 years, but One Kids Place is finally looking to help somebody new. “Tristan, our first ‘Kid’ is 21 years old and living on his own,” says CEO Milena Torres. “So we think it’s time that One Kids Place starts searching for someone new to assist.” The […]

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