New processing plant opening in 2018

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — A processing plant dealing specifically with high grade exotic meat is opening in 2018. The new plant will be built at 2080 Main St. West, right beside The North Bay Humane Society. “It is a little strange, yes, but we thought it was important to build […]

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North Bay’s snow plow funds have run out

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – City Councillor Vic Tikus, Chair of Engineering, Public Works and Environmental Services, announced Sunday evening that North Bay’s Snow Budget is depleted. “To be blunt, the snow plow funds have run out” says Tikus. “We had a good run of it, and we got many streets cleared, […]

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80 foot tall Vic Fedeli appears on Airport

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff An 80 foot tall Vic Fedeli has appeared on top of Airport Hill. The Nipissing MPP and PC Finance Critic has grown some 74 feet to tower over a hapless North Bay. Resident on Airport first noticed the gigantic Fedeli Thursday morning, when the former mayor of North Bay […]

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North Bay decides to just make everyone a contract worker

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff In a stunning move, North Bay City Council has used its unilateral, indisputable power to declare that all jobs in North Bay will be contract only. “I think it’s only fair” Councillor Vic Tikus said Wednesday. “We’ve been watching the College strike and thinking ‘who the hell do these […]

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The North Bay Sinkhole

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff A new sinkhole on Memorial Drive has the City talking. During Tuesday’s Town Hall meeting, City Councillor Vic Tikus brought up the freshly former crater. “As many of you know, a new sinkhole has appeared on Memorial Drive near Queen St. What some of you don’t know is just how […]

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“It’s time to take action!” – North Bay’s Student Problem

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Residents concerned about an apparent influx of students in the city urged North Bay City Council on Monday to address the problem. “The students are here, and the students are here and the students are here,” said Kristy Von Tussle, pointing to a map of her […]

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