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Memorial scholarship announced at Nipissing

A long-time professor at Nipissing University who passed away last year is being recognized with a new memorial scholarship.  Dr. Diana Walton, a French Language and Classical Studies professor at Nipissing University for 37 years passed away following a battle with cancer.  The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) North Bay...

Thousands celebrate the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II in Ottawa

It was as if the late Queen Elizabeth II was smiling down upon the Nation’s Capital. If the weather forecast was to be believed, it was almost certain that it would be raining non stop during the National Commemorative Ceremony for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. However, as the morning...

“Relief on the horizon” with school bus driver shortages

Driver shortages are having an impact on Nipissing Parry Sound Student Transportation Services.  The consortium says there are 14 school bus companies and all have dealt with and will deal with driver shortages, to varying degrees.   While cancellations due to the pandemic are still an issue, although to a lesser degree...

Update: Monday a holiday for federal employees

Monday will be a holiday for only federal government employees to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  The clarification comes from the Federal Minister of Labour. Seamus O’Regan tweeted that the day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth is only for government employees. O’Regan says employers of federally regulated...

TIFF is coming to North Bay

Get ready for the glitz and glamour of the Toronto International Film Festival at the Capitol Centre.  OLG is taking TIFF on Tour with an event that recreates a smaller scale version of the film festival in North Bay on Sept. 21.  “We’re going to bring the red carpet, bring the lights,...

ONTC unveils ‘Every Child Matters’ locomotive

Residential school survivor June Commanda had mixed feelings as a newly painted orange ‘Every Child Matters’ locomotive was unveiled by Ontario Northland on Monday. Commanda, who is from Nipissing First Nation, shared her story of being taken from her home as a child, put on a train and sent away...
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