Members of the North Bay Titans Swim Club participated at a recent meet in Deep River. Four swimmers finhed 1st in all six of their events.
“Love em and leash em.” That’s the name of a new campaign when it comes to bringing your dog to the Laurier Woods Conservation Area. North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority Manager Brian Tayler says they want you to bring your pet to the conservation area, but please don’t let it go around without a leash.
Peace of Mind for Your Piece of Heaven. That’s the theme of the Ontario Fire Marshal’s cottage safety campaign. Fire Marshal Ted Wieclawek says taking precautions is critical.
City police are stepping up their RIDE spot checks this holiday weekend, and some found property on Main Street West has police investigating.
Several capital projects from the Engineering and Public Works committee were approved at council Monday night.
In an effort to get tips from the public, city police have released a couple of pictures after an early morning convenience store robbery on Monday.
North Bay OPP conducted an aircraft speed enforcement check on Saturday between North Bay and Sturgeon Falls. The aicraft which was 2500 feet in the air was communicating with two cruisers. Overall, 12 speeding charges were laid and two vehicles were observed doing more than 50 kilometres over the speed limit which was 90 k an hour.
“Own a piece of Paradise” is the title of an article recently published in Moneysense Magazine. Writer Romana King says it’s all about what to look for when you’re thinking of buying a second home.
The campaign to determine Ontario’s worst roads is underway. Korey Kennedy is the Manager for Public and Government Affairs for CAA Northeastern Ontario, and he says you have an opportunity to cast your ballot online for which road you believe is truly the worst.
CKAT News has learned it doesn’t appear the Memorial Gardens renovation project will be receiving any FedNor funding. An email received from a FedNor spokesperson says — quote – “After careful review of the project application, renovating the Memorial Gardens Arena does not fall within FedNor’s current priorities.”