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 plans 6 new subdivisions

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — In a surprising move, City Council announced Tuesday night that it would be cancelling a proposed Janey Avenue development and instead introducing six new subdivisions for North Bay. “The residents of Janey Avenue have made it clear to us that they don’t want a new subdivision,” […]

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Council chooses a volunteer police department

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – After a lengthy debate over whether North Bay should switch to the OPP or keep its own police service, council voted Sunday 10-2 in favour of using a volunteer police department. “It makes a lot of sense,” says North Bay Councillor Grey Terrence. “We’ve crunched the numbers […]

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How Convenient… A New Approach!

From: Darren D. MacDonald (100% not the Sudbury.com journalist) NORTH BAY – With 8 years in the business, North Bay video store owner Rob Stewart says he always looks forward to new opportunities. “What I’m doing here — I just think this is the next logical step,” says Stewart, the owner of How Convenient… Is […]

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Hood Punchers gang “biggest threat in the city”

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Constable Rob McCarron has been an officer with the North Bay Police Services for 12 years, and he has never seen anything like the “Hood Punchers.” “The ‘Hood Punchers’ are the most viscous gang in North Bay, hands down,” says McCarron. “They don’t care about anyone or […]

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Quints Museum now an ice shack

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — When the “Friends of the Dionne Home Museum” fought to keep the Quint Museum in North Bay, this was probably not what they were expecting. The tiny 1930s home is now sitting some 400 meters from the shoreline on Lake Nipissing. “Listen, we know the home […]

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