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North Bay Police Association supports body worn cameras

North Bay Police Association supports body worn cameras

'We are supportive of it because it shows transparency'
COVID-19 tough on food suppliers, but could lead to boost in local marketing, say experts

COVID-19 tough on food suppliers, but could lead to boost in local marketing, say experts

A major issue is the restaurant industry, which buys a lot of local food
Federal funding of $16M will help more than 600 Indigenous tourism businesses

Federal funding of $16M will help more than 600 Indigenous tourism businesses

Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada will parcel out $25,000 grants
NAN Grand Chief seeks investigation into RCMP

NAN Grand Chief seeks investigation into RCMP

Alvin Fiddler says feds must commit to eradicate systemic racism
<updated>Video: </updated>Six-year-old Sault girl launches a news network for kids

Video: Six-year-old Sault girl launches a news network for kids

Hannah Buconjic has watched a lot of news during the pandemic, now she's reporting her own – including a movie review on 'Scoob!'
'No rush' to reopen U.S. border: Hajdu

'No rush' to reopen U.S. border: Hajdu

Health minister advocates cautious approach, saying American officials feel similarly
Poll reveals Canadians under 54 years consuming more alcohol due to COVID-19

Poll reveals Canadians under 54 years consuming more alcohol due to COVID-19

The bigger concern was not if people consumed more but if people shifted to drinking alcohol on a daily basis that had not done so prior to the Covid-19 outbreak
Chi-Cheemaun ferry opens up to leisure travel

Chi-Cheemaun ferry opens up to leisure travel

Purpose-of-travel restrictions relaxed, effective June 12
Snapping turtles on the move. How to protect them and yourself

Snapping turtles on the move. How to protect them and yourself

'Usually by June they’re starting to lay eggs but that cold snap really set them back. So you’ll be seeing them out laying eggs probably from mid-June on'  Dr. Sue Carstairs
Parts of Northwestern Ontario receive 10 cm of June snow

Parts of Northwestern Ontario receive 10 cm of June snow

Pickle Lake saw a rare heavy dumping of June snow on Thursday and is currently without power.