John Kenney /Postmedia Network The two surviving Dionne quintuplets are applauding council's decision to keep their birth home in North Bay. In a statement provided Wednesday by family friend and spokesman Carlo Tarini, the surviving sisters – Annette and Cecile...
Ian Austen NORTH BAY, Ontario — The tiny log house alongside the Trans-Canada Highway is easy to miss among the strip malls, fast-food outlets and car dealers. But 83 years ago, it was the eye of a publicity maelstrom because of a one-in-a-billion event: the birth of...
Gord Young A special review committee of council will recommend the birth home of the Dionne Quintuplets be relocated near the Discovery North Bay Museum. But it's going to take the co-operation of the museum's board to make that happen. A meeting of the review...
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