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Local Citations


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Empowering Canadian Businesses with Enhanced Online Visibility with Citations across North America


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Welcome to Local Citations Canada, your go-to resource for understanding local citations, their importance, and how they can help your business thrive in today’s competitive online landscape.

Local Citations Canada in partnership with Citation Vault, aims to provide you with the most comprehensive information and direct you to the best solution for building local citations. Get your FREE 14-DAY trial below.


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559 Galt Street
North Bay Ontario P1B 5M6
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About North Bay

North Bay is a city in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is the seat of Nipissing District, and takes its name from its position on the shore of Lake Nipissing. North Bay developed as a railroad centre, and its airport was an important military location during the Cold War. The city is located 300 kilometres (190 mi) from both Ottawa and Toronto. == History == The site of North Bay is part of a historic canoe route where Samuel de Champlain took a party up the Ottawa River, through present-day Mattawa, on to Trout Lake and via the La Vase Creek to Lake Nipissing.Apart from Indigenous people, voyageurs and surveyors, there was little activity in the Lake Nipissing area until the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) in 1882.




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