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NNDSB votes to raise fence around Chippewa Secondary

Chippewa Secondary School is going to be fenced in. At a recent school board meeting, officials voted to erect a fence surrounding the school at a cost of over $600,000. In a report, the board shared it continues to experience increasing health and safety concerns at the school, and additional security...

Emergency Response Team training at NBRHC Friday morning

If you see a lot of police officers at the North Bay Regional Health Centre tomorrow (Fri. Nov. 17), it's not a cause for concern. The North Bay Police Service says its Emergency Response Team will be conducting a training exercice at the health centre, in partnership with its staff....

22-year-old charged with careless driving after hitting HWY 17 light

A 22-year-old North Bay man has been charged with careless driving. North Bay OPP says that's after he collided with a light standard on Highway 17 just after 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Officials say the vehicle hit the light and then caught fire with the driving transported to hospital with minor...

North Bay Santa Claus Parade all set for Sunday

Santa Claus is coming to town on Sunday. The annual North Bay Santa Claus Parade rolls out at noon. It heads down Chippewa, Ferguson and Main streets. The City's reminding everyone not to forget to bring their letters to Santa. Canada Post will be at the parade to collect them and make...

Province invests over $900,000 in alternate level of care programs

Over $900,000 is on the way to three area facilities to support Alternative Level of Care and Patient Flow. That's according to MPP Vic Fedeli who announced the funding today. The lion's share of the funding, $655,000 goes to North Bay's Casselholme for its "Supports to Home", and $130,000 each to...

Nipissing researchers receive funding to examine supports for Indigenous survivors of sexual assault

Nipissing University researchers are getting some national funding to examine supports for Indigenous survivors of sexual assault. Dr. Nancy Stevens and Dr. Rosemary Nagy have been awarded a Partnership Engage Grant, valued at nearly $25,000, to further their research into the topic. Officials say the project examines the Muskoka Parry Sound...
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