Citizen helping others dispose of dirty mattresses

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY — Times can be tough, but one local citizen is utilizing social media to help the every-day, penny-pinching family get by a little easier. “I’ve noticed things around town,” says Janet Gilmet, head of the Facebook group Free Pop-Up Mattress Disposal Sites. “There’s garbage everywhere and syringes on […]

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Will Boissoin loses all 4 of his votes

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Following a series of public Facebook posts in which he compared the local police to pigs, Mayoral Candidate Will Boissoin appears to have lost all 4 of his votes. “It’s a shame, really” says friend Jacob Beaucage. “Will was relying on those votes to make him feel […]

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The North Bay Bay Facebook Page

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff It is with heavy hearts that we announce the creation of The North Bay Bay’s Facebook Page. The North Bay Bay is remembered by its friends and family for that article about a Taco Bell, the Quints Museum being an ice shack, and that weird giant bird-man that lives down at Kinsmen […]

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City praises felon for bravery

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Dale Garrick Brighton has been getting a lot of support recently. The 23 year old North Bay native has been receiving heaps of online praise for being brave in the face of adversity. Brighton was arrested Friday afternoon for assaulting a peace officer, but Brighton’s girlfriend […]

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1000s of invisible people turn out for first ever “Straight Pride March”

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff On Saturday, June 22nd, thousands of invisible people gathered in North Bay for the first ever “Straight Pride March.” A loud, borderline obnoxious horde of mostly white, predominantly middle-aged people gathered together, yelling, waving flags and patting each other on the back for not being “different.” Or at least we think that’s […]

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