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Hydro One investigating power outage in Kirkland Lake <b>(update)</b>

Hydro One investigating power outage in Kirkland Lake (update)

The cause for the outage is not known at this time but crews are en route to fix the problem
COVID-19: Here's the situation in Timmins today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in Timmins today

There are no new confirmed cases in the Timmins area
Investigation leads to further charges after break-in at South Porcupine pharmacy

Investigation leads to further charges after break-in at South Porcupine pharmacy

The two men arrested were also charged in connection with a break-in at the same location in January
COVID-19 cases in province hits single-day record with 211 confirmed

COVID-19 cases in province hits single-day record with 211 confirmed

The province's total lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 is now 1,355
<b>Remember This? </b>Adult education comes to Schumacher

Remember This? Adult education comes to Schumacher

In this edition of Remember This, the Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Center looks back on adult education and attracting southerns to the north
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Gatherings of more than 5 now banned across province

ONTARIO: Gatherings of more than 5 now banned across province

Premier Doug Ford has also announced major fines for companies found to be involved in price gouging
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> New DNA test that reveals 'true age' has promise, but ethical pitfalls

BEYOND LOCAL: New DNA test that reveals 'true age' has promise, but ethical pitfalls

Epigenetic clocks are a fascinating new technology, but some potential applications are controversial
Good morning, Timmins!

Good morning, Timmins!

Every day is a fresh beginning
Quebec police set up at Ontario-Quebec border

Quebec police set up at Ontario-Quebec border

'Any persons showing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed entrance to Abitibi-Témiscamingue'
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The case for keeping paper bills in the digital age

BEYOND LOCAL: The case for keeping paper bills in the digital age

In an era of data breaches and privacy intrusions, many of Canadians want paper bills