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

Highly potent opioids aren’t new here - Highly potent opioids have shown up the Sudbury area, causing a rise in overdoses. Here in Porcupine Health Unit territory, they’re nothing ... more ›
All Ontario teachers on picket lines today - Strike action by teachers and other education workers has closed all publicly-funded schools in Ontario today.  So your kids have another three-day ... more ›
CN avoiding blockades by using ONR lines - Reported and written by Kortney Kenney There has been more than just your typical Ontario Northland freight train traffic in the area ... more ›
BIA winter carnival adds dog demonstration - Early Saturday morning, city workers will be dumping snow onto Third Ave., between Spruce St. and Cedar St. Seems backwards, but there’s ... more ›
Crime Stoppers: Vandalism in Iroquois Falls - Submited by Michelle Simard, Cochrane District Crime Stoppers Coordinator The Ontario Provincial Police needs  your help in solving a mischief to a ... more ›
Owl isn’t rare; spotting one in daylight is - The owl that retired MNRF wildlife biologist Peter Davis spotted in his South Porcupine backyard Monday night is not rare in this ... more ›
French horn takes top billing at TSO concert - The French horn moves up from its traditional spot towards the back of the orchestra to be the featured instrument at this ... more ›
Broadcaster and politician Don Dewsbury dies - A longtime Timmins broadcaster and municipal politician has died. Don Dewsbury’s son Davis reports that he died in the hospice unit at ... more ›
Winter carnival activities downtown this Saturday - Third Avenue between Pine and Cedar Streets will be closed this weekend…as the BIA teams up again with LaRonde for winter carnival ... more ›
When will teachers move to total strike action? - The province insists the only real issue between it and teachers is wages and benefits. But as they prepare to join forces ... more ›