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CA ON00408 C001-0211-07-05 · Item · 1988
Part of Education Centre Library vertical file collection

Item is a guide containing profiles of communities in the West Nipissing/East Sudbury area (defined as "situated between the city limits of North Bay and Sudbury, from the French River to the northern outskirts of Marten River"). Guide contains information about demographics, location, economic sectors, services, recreation, and lists of businesses.

The Northern Patriot
CA ON00408 C001-S01-0028-01 · Item · May 1, 1917
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Item is a wartime magazine "published by the Woman's Canadian Club for patriotic purposes." Magazine contains: articles about the war effort and local military units; an honour roll of local men serving in the armed forces; local news and sporting news; advertisements for local businesses; descriptions of local clubs, churches, schools; and excerpts of letters from servicemen and nurses.

The Dionne Quints
CA ON00408 C001-0210-08-05 · Item · [199-?]
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Item is a postcard of five girls dressed as the Dionne Quintuplets standing around a jack o'lantern. Postcard is captioned "The Dionne Quints celebrate Halloween. The Dionne Museum, North Bay, Ontario has many mementoes of their early years."

CA ON00408 C001-0211-07-04 · Item · Photocopied June 9, 1993 (originally created 1885)
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Item is a chapter of a book intended for settlers entitled <i>The farming lands of Algoma and North Nipissing. - A short description of those parts of the districts best adapted to agricultural purposes</i>, which was "prepared under instructions from the Commissioner of Crown Lands."

CA ON00408 C001-0212-03-02 · Item · Photocopied [197-?] (originally created 1915)
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Item is a booklet about the history of the Catholic Church in North Bay, published to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the opening of a Catholic church in North Bay, the twenty-fifth anniversary of the ordination of Rev. D. J. Scollard, and the tenth anniversary of the consecration of Scollard as Bishop of Sault Ste. Marie.

Regular issues
CA ON00408 C001-S01-SS01-0029 · File · 1922-1978
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File contains 38 regular issues of The North Bay Nugget / The Nugget Daily News / The Nugget. Many issues contain front page articles about significant local events such as the anniversaries of the Ontario Northland Railway and North Bay Teacher's College, the Donald Kelly escape, and a tragic explosion that destroyed the Barry Building on McIntyre Street. Some issues are missing pages.

Dates of issues: 17 October 1922; 6 December 1929; 8, 29 October 1930; 1, 5 November 1930; 16 September 1931; 31 October 1931; 14 November 1931; 2 December 1931; 17-18, 20 February 1932; 9 March 1932; 4, 11, 14, 18, 21, 28 May 1932; 11 February 1942; 29 November 1943; 21 March 1944; 4 April 1944; 12 April 1952; 9 May 1952; 3 October 1959; 29 April 1961; 30 June 1967; 23 November 1967; 8 February 1968; 18 March 1971; 27 October 1972; 10 October 1974; 9-10 January 1975; 2 August 1975; 26 April 1978.