Community Messages

Wednesday, September 30
10:00 AM

North Bay Farmers Market

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

The North Bay Farmers Market will be open on Saturday and Wednesday. We are located off Oak Street between Wyld and Ferguson Streets in North Bay. This year because of COVID-19 the market will be food only vendors until further notice. New this year, online sales will be available through the North Bay Farmer's Market website or shop.northbayfarmers.com as well as walk in sales like usual. Social distancing will take place. Only one direction in the market. For 18 years this market has been a favourite local source for farm fresh produce, baking, meats, maple and other syrups, honey, food vendors, soap and candle makers, glass, wood and metal and other crafters. Come out to this fun, family friendly outdoor event filled with local music. All vendors are required to grow, make, bake or produce what they sell ! Rain or shine

Location/Venue Name
Farmers Market

  • Oak and Ferguson, North Bay, Ontario
Friday, October 2
09:00 AM

HOPE's Kitchen Bake Sale

09:00 AM — 07:00 PM

Bake sale to fund HOPE's Kitchen & HOPE's Heroes out reach programs.

Location/Venue Name
HOPE's Kitchen

  • 407 Ferguson St., North Bay, P1B 1X3
Wednesday, October 7
10:00 AM

North Bay Farmers Market

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

The North Bay Farmers Market will be open on Saturday and Wednesday. We are located off Oak Street between Wyld and Ferguson Streets in North Bay. This year because of COVID-19 the market will be food only vendors until further notice. New this year, online sales will be available through the North Bay Farmer's Market website or shop.northbayfarmers.com as well as walk in sales like usual. Social distancing will take place. Only one direction in the market. For 18 years this market has been a favourite local source for farm fresh produce, baking, meats, maple and other syrups, honey, food vendors, soap and candle makers, glass, wood and metal and other crafters. Come out to this fun, family friendly outdoor event filled with local music. All vendors are required to grow, make, bake or produce what they sell ! Rain or shine

Location/Venue Name
Farmers Market

  • Oak and Ferguson, North Bay, Ontario
Wednesday, October 14
10:00 AM

North Bay Farmers Market

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

The North Bay Farmers Market will be open on Saturday and Wednesday. We are located off Oak Street between Wyld and Ferguson Streets in North Bay. This year because of COVID-19 the market will be food only vendors until further notice. New this year, online sales will be available through the North Bay Farmer's Market website or shop.northbayfarmers.com as well as walk in sales like usual. Social distancing will take place. Only one direction in the market. For 18 years this market has been a favourite local source for farm fresh produce, baking, meats, maple and other syrups, honey, food vendors, soap and candle makers, glass, wood and metal and other crafters. Come out to this fun, family friendly outdoor event filled with local music. All vendors are required to grow, make, bake or produce what they sell ! Rain or shine

Location/Venue Name
Farmers Market

  • Oak and Ferguson, North Bay, Ontario
07:00 PM

Wet'suwet'en Call for Justice; and has anything changed since Oka?

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 7 PM EDT – 8 PM EDT This is an online workshop Public · Hosted by Indigenous Solidarity Team North Bay The Wet’suwet’en, led by their hereditary chiefs, have stood against the CGL pipeline’s incursion into their territory for many years. In 2019 the pipeline owners obtained an injunction that led to the harsh removal of land defenders from their territory by the RCMP. In spite of incomplete environmental mitigation by CGL, and a pandemic, construction continues. This is a way-too-familiar story across Canada. Indigenous resistance stands in the way of planet-damaging industrial encroachment — logging, for instance (Barriere Lake and Grassy Narrows) or massive dams (Muskrat Falls) or fracking ( New Brunswick). Speakers: Chief Adam Gagnon: respected chief name, Dsya’hyl, of the Likhts’amisyu, Wet’suwet’en Nation, and Donna Sinclair, author and journalist, North Bay Register in advance at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZ0tduutrD8sHNOVBVvWkHjP... This three-part webinar series is hosted by the Indigenous Solidarity Team of the North Bay and Area Mission Cluster, United Church of Canada. Making the justice connections with Northern Ontario — Indigenous land rights, Indigenous women and the environment.  See Less

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • Online, North Bay, P1B 8H2
Wednesday, October 21
10:00 AM

North Bay Farmers Market

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

The North Bay Farmers Market will be open on Saturday and Wednesday. We are located off Oak Street between Wyld and Ferguson Streets in North Bay. This year because of COVID-19 the market will be food only vendors until further notice. New this year, online sales will be available through the North Bay Farmer's Market website or shop.northbayfarmers.com as well as walk in sales like usual. Social distancing will take place. Only one direction in the market. For 18 years this market has been a favourite local source for farm fresh produce, baking, meats, maple and other syrups, honey, food vendors, soap and candle makers, glass, wood and metal and other crafters. Come out to this fun, family friendly outdoor event filled with local music. All vendors are required to grow, make, bake or produce what they sell ! Rain or shine

Location/Venue Name
Farmers Market

  • Oak and Ferguson, North Bay, Ontario
07:00 PM

Wet'suwet'en Witness: Environmental Justice, Racism and Northern Ontario

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 7 PM EDT – 8 PM EDT This is an online workshop Public · Hosted by Indigenous Solidarity Team North Bay This session will focus on environmental racism. It is our hope that this webinar will enable participants to make connections with the Wet'suwet'en struggle in order to grapple with the intersection between Indigenous rights/sovereignty and the environment, and thereby, to explore how pipeline development et al in this case, is a form of environmental racism. We'd also like to enable participants to make connections to our Northern Ontario reality where this has/is also happening. Speakers Bruce McIvor, lawyer and historian, First Peoples Law Corporation, Vancouver Mary Laronde, consultant to Union of Ontario Indians and Councillor, Teme-Augama Anishnabai, Temagami. Register in advance at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZIvdu-vpzIiGta6o7v_c... This three-part webinar series is hosted by the Indigenous Solidarity Team of the North Bay and Area Mission Cluster, United Church of Canada. Making the justice connections with Northern Ontario — Indigenous land rights, Indigenous women and the environment.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • Online, North Bay, P1B 8H2
Wednesday, October 28
07:00 PM

Wet'suwet'en Witness: Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 7 PM EDT – 8 PM EDT This is an online workshop Public · Hosted by Indigenous Solidarity Team North Bay ​This session will shine a light on the human rights crisis for Indigenous women and girls and two-spirit people that results from resource development in First Nations territories. It will also show how all Canadians must take responsibility for answering the 231 calls for justice made in the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. We need to act now. ​ Speaker ​Hilda Anderson-Pyrz, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Liaison Unit Manager, Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak ​ Register in advance at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZIvdu-vpzIiGta6o7v_c...   This three-part webinar series is hosted by the Indigenous Solidarity Team of the North Bay and Area Mission Cluster, United Church of Canada. Making the justice connections with Northern Ontario — Indigenous land rights, Indigenous women and the environment

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • Online, North Bay, P1B 8H2