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Honours for NNDSB literacy team

The literacy team at the Near North District School Board has won a Dyslexia Canada Educational Excellence Award.   Officials say the award celebrates exceptional dedication within school communities in supporting students with dyslexia.   “It is an honour to receive this acknowledgement from Dyslexia Canada,” says K-12 Student Achievement and...

Flood warning for Lake Nipissing shoreline

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has issued a Flood Warning Bulletin for the Lake Nipissing shoreline. The ministry says Friday's average lake level was measured at 196.16m which is below the maximum ‘non-damage’ level of 196.22m. "High winds could pose a significant risk and cause damages along with upcoming...

Hospital workers awarded 6% wage increase

65,000 Ontario hospital workers represented by the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions - CUPE and SEIU Healthcare have a new contract. They will see a 6% wage increase over the two-year deal along with benefits improvements. The unions say it’s the result of an intensive round of coordinated bargaining and...

Community organizations coming together to support teen health

Grade 10 students across North Bay and West Nipissing will have a chance to shape their future. It's all part of Planet Youth Nipissing, which the Nipissing Parry Sound District Health Unit says will issue voluntary surveys that will provide data to help communities better understand the lives of young...

Hydro One warning of windstorm damage into weekend 

Hydro One is warning customers of potential damage and outages ahead of a weekend windstorm. The utility’s Tiziana Baccega-Rosa says damaging gusts are expected in most parts of the province, but some areas will be harder hit. “Very much around the lake shores will see the highest wind gusts that...

NNDSB board advocating for relief measures for ‘critical’ staffing shortages

The Near North District School Board staff are making 'heroic efforts' to ensure the quality of care and engagement in learning is at a level students deserve, despite burnout and an increase in emerging student behaviours. That's according to a statement from director of education Craig Myles, raising concerns about...
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