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Fit Of Laughter During A “Not Funny” Discussion

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Saluting a Canadian hero

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Parliament re-opened today. Here is how those in attendance greeted Kevin Vickers.

THANK YOU PITTSBURGH

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More reaction to the “attacks on democracy” in Ottawa

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war memorialOne gunman. That from Ottawa Police this morning (Thursday) as they continue to investigate the shootings at the National War Memorial and Parliament Hill on Wednesday.

The soldier shot and killed in Ottawa was a reservist who apparently was only on a short-term posting at the National War Memorial. Corporal Nathan Cirillo, of Hamilton, was gunned down as he and another soldier stood guard at the cenotaph.

A friend says Cirillo left behind a six-year-old son. Cirillo served with the Hamilton-based Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, the 91st Canadian Highlanders.

Yesterday, the Premier met with the opposition leaders at Queen’s Park after the shootings in Ottawa, to discuss whether or not to cancel Question Period. They decided to refuse to be silenced. Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli says it was important for them to continue on with the agenda in Toronto.

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It’s Special Olympics Day in North Bay!

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Special Olympics Ontario Winter Games logoYou’ll see plenty of red laces today around the city.

It’s in support of next year’s Special Olympics Ontario Winter Games. They’re available for only $2 at several locations around the city; including Wal-Mart, Burger World, RBC and area grocery stores.

As well at tonight’s Battalion game, both the Troops and the Generals will sport red laces.

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City and North Bay Police issue statement after Ottawa shootings

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City Hall2The City of North Bay and the North Bay Police Service have issued a joint release following the shootings in Ottawa.

North Bay CAO Jerry Knox says they’ve sent a message to all staff, to heighten their awareness in light of the situation in Ottawa.

He says their staff travel the community and it’s just a matter of being observant for different behaviours.

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Knox also says emergency measures have NOT been put into place locally.

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Not A Bad Lil’ Victory Dance!

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So, A Pumpkin Isn’t Enough Anymore?

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Kim Mullan has won a trip to Sandals Antigua!

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Here’s what it sounded like when Kim called us back this morning to claim her trip! ~Kevin

Keeping You Focused At Work

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