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By: Professions North/nord  09-12-2011
Keywords: English as a second Language

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374 Fraser Street
North Bay, ONP1B 3W7
Phone: (705) 495-8931
Toll-free: 1-877-495-8931
Fax: (705) 495-6747
Hours: Mon-FriĀ 8:30am-4:30pm

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Newcomer Services

374 Fraser Street
North Bay, ONP1B 3W7
(705) 495-8931
[email protected]


169 Lakeshore Drive
North Bay, ONP1A 2B3
(705) 474-3041
[email protected]

English as a Second Language

Chippewa Secondary School
539 Chippewa Street West
North Bay, ONP1B 6G8
(705) 475-2341
or


374 Fraser Street
North Bay, ONP1B 3W7
(705) 495-8931
[email protected]


100 College Drive, P.O. Box 5001
North Bay, ONP1B 8K9
(705) 474-7600 ext. 5839
[email protected]

Keywords: English as a second Language

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