New “Roadkill Recovery Racks” Installed on City Buses

From: Nora D. Shadsworth, thenorthbaybay.ca contributor NORTH BAY — All North Bay Transit buses will soon be equipped with “furred cadaver racks” that can hold up to 150 kgs of urban roadkill. Funded through the Public Transit stream of the Combining Costs Canada Infrastructure Program (CCIP), wilderness cadaver racks on buses will make it easy […]

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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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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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“Unstoppable” Marcus Tagnanelli still shoveling snow

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY – Snow removal in the north is a serious issue – an issue that many citizens of North Bay think that City Council isn’t taking serious enough. But one City Councilor is listening… and he’s had enough. “It was like he’s a changed man,” says City Councilor Chris […]

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