North Bay Bioengineering Winter Shadflies

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Shadfly season is well past, but that won’t stop the city of North Bay from trying to bring the lovable insects back. “Shadflies give North Bay a real sense of community,” explains Councillor Grey Terrence. “It also forces downtown business owners to clean up their storefronts […]

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Memorial Gardens getting $12 million retractable canvas roof

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – The crack of a stick on the ice – the thwap! of a puck hitting the net – the glare of the sun in the opposition’s eyes… these are the dreams of Memorial Gardens Manager Stephen Boyle. Boyle is spearheading a campaign to earmark $12.2 million to […]

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North Bay closes roads, gives city workers flying cars

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Following the 28 day closure of all public ice rinks and sliding hills in the city, North Bay is now set to close all of the city’s streets. “We feel barring access to all of the roads is the next logical step in our lockdown,” explains City […]

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North Bay opens “tent city” Airbnb

From: Philip St. George and Rooster Cogburn, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY — Never one to pass up on a moneymaking opportunity, City Council has taken advantage of its front lawn tent city by opening its own $200-a-night downtown Airbnb. The Airbnb promises a “spacious, nearly 40 square foot” tent pitched “in the heart of the city” […]

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