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Upcoming Events

Date: July 6, 2015

North Bay Health & Safety Training

North Bay Health & Safety Training

Date: July 6, 2015 9:00 am

WKP Kennedy presents: Scribbles and Brush Strokes Summer Art Camps

The WKP Kennedy is offering the Scribbles and Brush Strokes Summer Art Camp this summer. The ages for this camp range from 6 to 11. The cost is $150 per week with discounts for siblings and if your child is enrolled for multiple weeks! The day camp is run in four sessions from July 6 to July 31 f…

The WKP Kennedy is offering the Scribbles and Brush Strokes Summer Art Camp this summer. The ages for this camp range from 6 to 11. The cost is $150 per week with discounts for siblings and if your child is enrolled for multiple weeks! The day camp is run in four sessions from July 6 to July 31 from 9 am to 4:30 pm. Early drop off and late pick up are available for an additional $3 daily.

 July 6 – 10 — Theme: Art in the Park 

To register, contact the Box Office at (705) 474- 4747 or online at www.capitolcentre.org. For more information, contact artcamp@kennedygallery.org

Date: July 6, 2015 9:00 pm

Downtown Theatre Camp presented by the Capitol Centre

Join us for games, crafts, improv, dancing, sign language, movies, creative writing, workshops and field trips!

Date: July 7, 2015

Red Cross Course

Courses run throughout July, August and September

Get Trained Workers The Extra Mile Award The Dionne Quints Museum Small Business Week

News & Updates

scpLaura LaBelle, President of the Cochrane Board of Trade is seeking the assistance of other Northern colleagues to help Save Cochrane Power.

The current operating agreement for Cochrane Power (CP) is with the Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation (OEFC), which is a department of the Ministry of Finance. The agreement, which was to end Jan. 11th, was extended until May 11th expressly to allow time for Northland Power and Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) to negotiate a new agreement.

On the same day that OEFC issued the May 11th extension, the Minister of Energy directed IESO to suspend all negotiations until they provided him with a strategy for such negotiations. IESO was directed to deliver this strategy in June, which was recently amended to September, well past the May 11th … Read More »

EmilyRyanCONGRATULATIONS EMILY RYAN!  Emily is a graduate from both Nipissing University and Canadore College where she studied Business Administration with a focus on Organizational Studies. Emily moved to North Bay in 2008 from a small town in Southern  Ontario to pursue her post-secondary education. She fell in love with Northern Ontario and decided to begin her career here!

Emily is the Entrepreneurial Outreach Coordinator at Innovation Initiatives  Ontario North (IION).  IION is one of 17 Regional Innovation Centres across Ontario and works with innovative entrepreneurs and small-medium sized     enterprises. Emily has various responsibilities within IION including providing advisory services to clients, leading the Innovative Manufacturing and Facilitation Program, doing community outreach as well as working c … Read More »

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North Bay, ON  – Once again, as we have seen energy prices soar in Ontario and we are seeing more and more manufacturers pull up roots and relocate elsewhere like the northern States or Quebec for this very reason. Energy costs are becoming cost prohibitive for doing business in Ontario and the government needs to recognize that all businesses big or small are no longer able to remain competitive.

The Government continues to move forward with more Feed In Tariff (FIT) contracts, that only add to the global adjustment rate and yet Ontario continues to over-produce energy.  We recognize the current FIT contracts cannot be changed, as they are long term agreements for those producing wind and solar energy.

The North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce passed a resolution to take this one st … Read More »

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