Bob McIntyre was born and raised in Iroquois Falls.

He has worked on-air and behind the scenes in radio and TV in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, Toronto and Ottawa since the early 1980s.

The desire to “come home” brought Bob back to Timmins last year, and eventually to Moose FM, where he is now News Director for our radio stations and their websites in Timmins, Cochrane, Iroquois Falls, Kapuskasing and Hearst.

Bob’s nose for local news and how to reflect it back to our audience make him the news leader in all of our markets.

Posts from Bob

Test number surpasses 7,300 - COVID-19 assessment centres in Porcupine Health Unit territory are busy places these days. Yesterday, they conducted more than two-hundred tests, shooting past ... more ›
Access Transit returns to the streets of Iroquois Falls Monday, July 6 - After being parked by COVID-19 since March 20th, Access Transit is ready to drive elderly and mobility-challenged people around Iroquois Falls again. ... more ›
Coronavirus testing tops 7,100 - We’re still at 67 positive cases of COVID-19 reported by the Porcupine Health Unit.  It has done over 7,100 tests. BY THE ... more ›
Hwy. 655 washed out by rain - It could be a while before Hwy. 655 opens up again, between Driftwood and the Kidd mine. Rain has washed out the ... more ›
Next Catch the Ace draw set for Cochrane, jackpot around $20,000 - You’re going to get one more kick at the can to catch the ace in Cochrane.  And Legion draw chairman Peter Politis ... more ›
Almost 7,000 tests, 67 positive - Another day with no new cases of COVID-19 to report from the Porcupine Health Unit. We’re closing in on 7,000 tests being ... more ›
District commander confidently predicts Legion branches will survive pandemic - COVID-19 is threatening the future of Royal Canadian Legion branches across Canada, although the district commander for 20 branches from Hornepayne to ... more ›
Latest COVID-19 numbers from PHU - After two days in a row with a new case of coronavirus each, the Porcupine Health Unit says there are none to ... more ›
New garbage truck and bins go into use in Iroquois Falls August 4 - Iroquois Falls is adopting the latest technology in home garbage pick-up. New bins are being delivered to every home this month and ... more ›
COVID-19 has not left PHU territory - Another reminder today, that COVID-19 is still in our region. For the second consecutive day, the Porcupine Health Unit reports one new ... more ›