So long, and thanks!

From: thenorthbaybay.ca staff It’s been a wild 5 years! Thank you all for reading, sharing, commenting on and sending messages about our articles and films. Your interaction spurred us on to be more and more creative, and it even made a municipal election almost tolerable. We will miss you all! Keep North Bay weird and […]

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Company launches Chia Pet versions of North Bay landmarks!

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – Ch-ch-ch-chia! If you’ve ever wanted to grow tiny little plants out of the top of the Gateway Arch, then now’s your chance! Local company Noord Star is working to produce a series of North Bay-themed designs that miniature garden enthusiasts can grow Chia Pet Seeds® out of. […]

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“Non-Wipers” Freedom Group Rising in North Bay

From: XIII, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – A new fringe slice of society is demanding recognition and a voice, and it started right here in North Bay. They are “The Skid Woes.” This adamant and vocal minority firmly believes that wiping your bottom has nothing to do with hygiene and everything to do with control. […]

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David Dino White celebrates new album by buying a live dinosaur

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – Friends of David Dino White are expressing concern after the musician bought an 18 foot tall Tyrannosaurus Rex. “I can 100% confirm we were in no way prepared for an 18 foot tall Tyrannosaurus Rex,” says friend and party host Lina Booth. “I don’t even know […]

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City hires homeless to tackle deviant bicyclists

From: Margaret Massey and Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY – City Councillor Vic Tikus believes that bicycle lanes are “a privilege.” “When we added bike lanes to the city it was with the understanding that cyclists would use them and be respectful,” says Tikus. “But I still saw bicyclists everywhere – on the roads, […]

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