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Motion tabled in North Bay about the sale of Ontera

A motion has been tabled in North Bay regarding the sale of Ontera. Tanya Vrebosch, Deputy Mayor of North Bay and city councillor, tabled a motion trying to reverse the sale at the last city council meeting. We called Tanya Vrebosch to get more details.

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