Day: August 1, 2019

North Bay tax rate among highest – survey

North Bay Nugget North Bay has the fourth-highest residential property tax rate among 35 Ontario cities, according to Zoocasa. In its latest survey, released Thursday, the online real estate company says Windsor (1.789394 per cent) has the highest rate, followed by Thunder Bay (1.598484 per cent), Sault Ste. Marie (1.529349 per cent), North Bay (1.501246 […]

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DIA floats private security idea for downtown area

North Bay Nugget No decisions made as board considers all options A view down Main Street, Thursday, in downtown North Bay. Michael Lee/The Nugget jpg, NB North Bay’s Downtown Improvement Area (DIA) board is considering hiring a private security firm to patrol the city’s core as a potential option to address the concerns of local […]

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SNK promises ‘next gen’ Neo Geo hardware to follow its Mini console

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Samurai Shodown Limited Edition Neo Geo Mini Amid the retro gaming console fad, last year’s release of the Neo Geo Mini didn’t attract as much attention as others, but SNK is back this summer with a Samurai Shodown edition based around the release of Samurai Shodown on PS4 and Xbox […]

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Riders make their way from Sault to Sudbury along ‘fantastic’ trail route

Sudbury Star About 145 cyclists participating in the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure arrived in Sudbury, Ont. on Thursday August 1, 2019. John Lappa / John Lappa/Sudbury Star Cyclists crossed the finish line at Science North Thursday, after four days of cycling through Northern Ontario. The 12thGreat Waterfront Adventure, hosted by the Waterfront Regeneration Trust, took […]

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Campers walk in Sudbury to raise awareness for environment

Sudbury Star About 200 participants from Camp Solelim in Sudbury, Ont. took part in a walk to raise awareness about environmental issues on Thursday August 1, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Summer camp is a place where memories are made. For campers and staff from Camp Solelim, a walkathon through Sudbury to raise awareness about environmental […]

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College cautions outspoken Sudbury doctor

Sudbury Star Dr. David Webster jpg, SU Dr. Dave Webster, a nuclear medicine specialist and vocal critic of the province’s policies regarding PET scanning in the province, will not appear before the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario’s discipline committee. However, the doctor told The Sudbury Star he will receive a formal caution from […]

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Desperate farmer destroys rare Lion King toy on live TV to make a point about online bullying

Mashable By Caitlin Welsh2019-08-01 22:21:38 -0400 On Friday morning, Australian time, a farmer went on live TV and took a pair of kitchen scissors to a tiny plastic Disney figurine potentially worth thousands of dollars, and everyone lost their minds. When struggling farmers Stephen Black and Melissa Portingale found themselves in possession of the #001 […]

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StockX forced password resets after ‘suspicious activity’ alert

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links CEO and Cofounder of StockX Josh Luber poses at their offices on January 10, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. JEFF KOWALSKY via Getty Images For all the sneakerheads and hypebeasts out there, if you received an email from StockX asking you to reset your password, then it was probably authentic. The […]

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Attracting diverse audience key to kayak fest’s success

Timmins Daily Press New features at this year’s kayak festival will appeal particularly to anglers and Harley fans Guy Lamarche, the city’s manager of tourism and events, said each kayak festival, they try to bring in new and unique features that will appeal to a wide range of interests. He said this upcoming festival will […]

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Anti-Hunger Coalition Timmins kicks off Feed-it Forward campaign

Timmins Daily Press Eleanor Baccega, chair of Anti-Hunger Coalition Timmins, rings a bell Thursday morning to officially open the Urban Park Market for the day. Afterward, Baccega announced Anti-Hunger Coalition Timmins’ launch of its third-annual Feed-it Forward campaign. JORDAN HORROBIN/THE DAILY PRESS jpg, TD For some people, roving a farmers’ market to find supremely sweet […]

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