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Driving an e-bike or moped? Know the laws say OPP

Driving an e-bike or moped? Know the laws say OPP

Driving any of these conveyances while impaired carries the same consequences as driving a motor vehicle impaired including the possibility of a jail sentence, losing your licence, having your vehicle impounded, a monetary fine, and ending up with a criminal record
First Nation member offers $1,000 reward after 'spirit moose' illegally killed

First Nation member offers $1,000 reward after 'spirit moose' illegally killed

'Even if somebody turned themselves in, I would put the money towards their legal fees because mistakes do happen.'
Nickel explorer seeks to bring new life to two former Timmins mines

Nickel explorer seeks to bring new life to two former Timmins mines

Class 1 Nickel posts a two-million-tonne-plus resource at Alexo-Dundonald Project
White moose illegally killed near Foleyet: police

White moose illegally killed near Foleyet: police

Ministry of Natural Resources wants to catch who did it
Pathologist cross-examined on last day of trailer-hitch manslaughter trial in Thunder Bay

Pathologist cross-examined on last day of trailer-hitch manslaughter trial in Thunder Bay

On Wednesday, Nov. 4,  Dr. Toby Rose, the pathologist who conducted the post-mortem examination of Barbara Kentner, 34, who died in July 2017 took the stand for a second day as she was cross-examined by Bushby’s lawyer, George Joseph.
School trespasser in North Bay causes hold and secure at area high school

School trespasser in North Bay causes hold and secure at area high school

The North Bay Police Service says it will be releasing more information about the incident on Thursday morning
Sault enforcement team hopes crackdown will turn derelict properties into 'something good'

Sault enforcement team hopes crackdown will turn derelict properties into 'something good'

Complaints from neighbours and a report of a gas leak led police, fire and building officials to this First Avenue home where a single lit candle was found burning
Kenora OPP respond to complaint of razor blade in candy

Kenora OPP respond to complaint of razor blade in candy

OPP say the candy was possibly received on the south side of the city.
79 COVID-19 cases reported in Northern Ontario in October

79 COVID-19 cases reported in Northern Ontario in October

Health units for Sudbury, Northwestern Ontario each had 18 confirmed new cases
Downhill skiing in October? It happened in Thunder Bay this weekend

Downhill skiing in October? It happened in Thunder Bay this weekend

Skiing on Halloween is a rare event in the city