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Former mill site strategy wins economic development honours

West Nipissing's Land Use and Development Strategy for the former mill site is an award winner.   The plan received two prizes at the Economic Developers Council of Ontario (EDCO) Awards of Excellence earlier this month.   They include a rural award and the Lieutenant Governor’s award for outstanding effort in...

Measurement month underway at Northern Policy Institute

There’s still time to take part in the Northern Policy Institute’s (NPI) measurement month.   Officials at NPI have teamed up with organizations across the region for the third annual information-gathering effort.   The idea is to collect consistent, comparable data to inform decision-making at the local, regional, provincial, and national level...

Warriors of Hope dragon boat team is recruiting

A team of breast cancer survivors that has been making waves in dragon boat racing for over two decades is looking for some new members.   The Warriors of Hope are recruiting board members, whether breast cancer survivors or associate members, for a two-year term.   Paddlers interested in joining the...

Army Reservist training planned at North Bay’s Laurier Woods

The military says Canadian Army Reserve units will be training in several locations around the north in the coming weeks, including North Bay.   Dates include Feb. 15, Feb. 22, and March 7, mostly in the evening.   The infantry navigation training involves 33 Canadian Brigade Group’s Northern Tactical Group with...

Body of missing Sudbury councillor located

62-year-old Michael Vagnini has been found dead. The Greater Sudbury Police Service says shortly before 2:30 pm on Feb. 13, officers were dispatched to the area of Reserve Camp Road on Atikiamekshing Anishnawbek First Nation after the OPP contacted GSPS with the location of a black 2021 Ram 1500 truck...

Solar eclipse results in PA Day switch locally 

April 8 will be a PA Day because of the solar eclipse.  That announcement from all four local school boards, which were discussing the idea last week.   April 26 will now be a regular school day.   “The switch was made to ensure the safety of students,” states a release from...
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