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Fifty Shades of Grey Trailer

Posted on by Big Mike

It’s All Smiles at Callander Bay Dental

Posted on by bob.coles

Smiles for LifeOver 80 smiles were whitened from March to June by Callander Bay Dental. And all of it done for charity. Office Manager Samantha Simpkin says the 15th Smiles for Life Campaign raised over $17,000 for Rotary 4 Kids.

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“50 Shades” teaser trailer!

Posted on by kevin.oschefski

I think “tease” is the key word because there’s not much to it, but here ya go! ~Kevin

Main Street Construction

Posted on by kislinsky

northbay_logo_l_colourPublic Works will be working on ditching and culvert replacement on Main Street between Gormanville Road and Nipissing Street until 330 today and from 830-330 tomorrow. As a result, Main St West is closed on that stretch.  Jane Street is the alternate route.

Train Acoustic Performance of Angel In Blue Jeans

Posted on by Bram

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Train stopped by the studio to perform an acoustic version of the lead single “Angel In Blue Jeans” off their seventh studio LP Bulletproof Picasso set to be released September 16th 2014. 

Be sure to check it out.

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Remembering Clancy

Posted on by bob.coles

Long time North Bay newscaster, reporter and news director Clancy MacDonald passed away last Friday afternoon at the age of 71. He first met Bob Wood in the mid 60′s and they became life time friends.

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New Colbie video everyone is talking about!

Posted on by kevin.oschefski

Here’s the new Colbie Caillat video that we were talking about this morning. ~Kevin

Coolest music recital ever!

Posted on by kevin.oschefski

Imagine if your childhood music recital had turned out like this kids? ~Kevin

A Dad’s response to Magic’s “Rude”

Posted on by kevin.oschefski

As a Dad I TOTALLY get this!!! :) ~Kevin

Stefanie Carlton Goes for Gold

Posted on by kislinsky

Special_Olympics_Ontario_210A local Special Olympics athlete made her region proud at the Vancouver Special Olympics this weekend. South River’s Stefanie Carlton earned a gold medal in 5-pin bowling. The 27-year-old faced off against 7 other competitors in the fifth division, bowling an impressive 203.

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