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Remember This? Never worrying about plugging in your car

Remember This? Never worrying about plugging in your car

It was not uncommon for families to have a few dogs to help with chores and transportation.
Snowmobile racing at 50 below?

Snowmobile racing at 50 below?

This edition of Remember This looks back at some of the earliest snowmobile racing in Timmins
The entrance to the Dome Mine

The entrance to the Dome Mine

This week, Remember This looks back at the structures and homes that once stood at the entrance to the Dome Mine
When grand, wooden hotels welcomed prospectors in Golden City

When grand, wooden hotels welcomed prospectors in Golden City

In this edition of Remember This, the Timmins Museum asks the question: What happened if a prospector snored too loud?
Skiing: bringing our community together on frigid winter days since 1925

Skiing: bringing our community together on frigid winter days since 1925

This week's Remember This column from the Timmins Museum looks back at the history of skiing
The (not so) secret life of gold

The (not so) secret life of gold

In this edition of Remember This, we learn how fault lines provided clues to steer miners in the right direction in the early days of the McIntyre Mine's expansion
Think your snowbanks are high? Check out the great snow storm of 1917

Think your snowbanks are high? Check out the great snow storm of 1917

This week marks the return of the Timmins Museum's weekly history feature, Remember This?, which looks back on that time the people of Timmins learned when there’s snow up to your ears, it’s time to stay in and dance
<b>Remember This?</b> Timmins soldiers off to war

Remember This? Timmins soldiers off to war

Lieutenant Gordon and a number of new recruits of the Porcupine platoon of the Fourth Forestry Draft, World War One, taken on the corner of Pine Street and Fourth Avenue,
<b>Remember This?</b> The Hotel Shunia

Remember This? The Hotel Shunia

Ma and Pa Potts' hotel burned down in 1915, but they made their mark such that the town of Pottsville was later named after them
<b>Remember This?</b> Take a trip back to the 1930s

Remember This? Take a trip back to the 1930s

It was a time when the Pizza Pizza at Third Avenue and Cedar Street was something else entirely.