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Wolfman, Joe LaFlamme Biography Writer Visits Timmins

Recently Sharron Charron made a visit to Timmins promoting her book, Wolfman, Joe LaFlamme. She had three venues including Christophers Coffee House for Timmins Voices, The Book Bin and the Timmins Library.

Kays Tot and Teen and Little Lamb Closing Their Doors - Timmins

Changing tides have placed two local businesses in a position where they are closing in downtown Timmins. Retail across most of the city has taken a beating in the past year due to layoffs, closures and weather.

Chevaliers de Colomb and Rainville Health have partnered to host a breakfast to support the Yo Mobile

We are inviting our community to join us for breakfast Sunday April 6 th . We are asking you to help us help others.The cost to attend this breakfast is $7 for adults, $4 for children. Proceeds of the breakfast will go to The Yo! Mobile.

Timmins Police Service Recognizes its Female Officers and Civilian Members as part of International Women’s Day

On Saturday, March 8, 2014, women around the world will be recognized in various ways as part of International Women’s Day.

You Know Who The Red Cross Is, But Do You Know What We Do ?

March is Red Cross Month and the organization is encouraging residents to get to know their local Red Cross.

Timmins Daily Press Replaces Youth Carriers With Delivery Company

The latest news from CBC. In one northern Ontario city, the local newspaper has replaced all of its paper girls and boys with adults. Emerson Arnold’s first job delivering the Timmins Daily Press has ended with his first lay-off notice.

BrokenTooth Project - The Bigger Than Life True Story !

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STOP Program: Support for Ontario smokers who wish to quit smoking

Timmins, Ontario— For many smokers the cost of nicotine replacement products can be a barrier to quitting.

Northern Ontario OPP News Digest (Welcome Back South Porcupine OPP !!)

OPP LAY DRUG RELATED CHARGES (SOUTH PORCUPINE) – The South Porcupine Ontario Provincial Police have laid drug related charges against two persons stemming from a traffic stop on Hwy 144 in McKeown Twp.

PM participates in the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada International Convention

Prime Minister Stephen Harper today participated in the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada International Convention, Trade Show and Investors Exchange, delivering opening remarks and engaging in a moderated question and answer (Q&A)