Chris Mayne happy to win photo contest, still hoping for rescue

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — City Councillor Chris Mayne says he’s “happy” that he won a recent Baytoday photo contest, but that he’d like to be rescued now. After crashing his canoe somewhere on the shores of Wolf Lake, Councillor Mayne took a picture of his wrecked canoe and sent it […]

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City invests $14.8 million to repave 12 feet of Lakeshore Dr.

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — A nearly $15 million City Council road maintenance order has come under scrutiny. The work order, which would see a portion of Lakeshore Drive refinished, seems “a bit pricey” says citizen and self-declared watchdog Stanley Bernard. “Let me start by saying that I’m all for road work,” […]

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North Bay’s new rocket ready for Mars launch!

From: Philip St. George and Rooster Cogburn, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY — You’ve probably already noticed it – North Bay’s first space rocket. The 140 foot tall spacecraft, most of which sits below the King Cone on Lakeshore Drive, is “100% ready to go” explains City Councillor Marcus Tignanelli. “Everyone always complains about Council not spending […]

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North Bay Council totally unprepared for Stage 3

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff Premier Doug Ford has announced Ontario will move forward to Stage 3 beginning Friday, and North Bay’s City Council is terrified. “It took us almost 2 months to get past Stage 1!” yells an overwhelmed Mike Anthony. “We spent weeks trying to figure out how to get past the pits, and […]

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BOTB – The History of the Cold Cold War

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – Much like the relationship between Vin Diesel and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the Cold War was a long period of tension between the Western World and the Communist Countries.  With Canada and their Littlest Hobo morals, they were there for the Western World.  The Base was […]

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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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