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Bad news (unless you like rain)

WEATHER ALERT ENVIRONMENT CANADA ************************* Periods of rain associated with a slow-moving low pressure system will continue to affect northeastern Ontario into Friday morning.

Raw Sewage By-Pass (Station 5- 45 Florence St.)

Raw sewage by-pass at Station 5 Time Started: 05:43am Time Stopped: 06:23am Affected water course: Porcupine Lake Total Volume: 219 m3 Second By-pass at Station 5 Time Started: 17:00 Time […]

Raw Sewage By-Pass ( Station 2- 57 Evans St.)

Raw Sewage by-pass at Station 2. Time Started: August 14, 2014 @ 06:40am Time Stopped: August 15, 2014 @ 17:00 Affected Water Course: Porcupine Lake Total volume: 2552 m3

Man wanted for assault with a weapon (photo)

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* KAPUSKASING – On August 9, 2014, the Kapuskasing Ontario Provincial Police Detachment (OPP) responded to a report of an assault that occurred on Spruce Street, Kapuskasing Ontario

University of Sudbury offers indigenous studies in Timmins

NEWS RELEASE UNIVERSITY OF SUDBURY ************************* SUDBURY – The University of Sudbury has been offering Indigenous Studies courses since the mid 70’s at both its Sudbury campus and other more remote locations in the province.

Rainfall warning in effect

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT ENVIRONMENT CANADA *************************** Rainfall warning in effect for: Timmins - Cochrane - Iroquois Falls Rain, at times heavy, continues over parts of Northeastern Ontario.

Rain cancels tonight's concert

The City of Timmins has posted the following notice on its website regarding tonight's Summer Concert Series performance: ************************* With yesterday’s rain event and today’s less than desirable forecast, we are cancellin
Curley pushes for statue at the 'White House'

Curley pushes for statue at the 'White House'

When city council was presented with a plan to distribute historical statues and artifacts around Timmins, there was an obvious omission to Ward 2 Councillor John Curley.

Wheels to heels for hope

NEWS RELEASE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY ************************* Montana’s Cookhouse will challenge restaurants to support the cause Maria and Julia McInnis continue their fundraising efforts in preparation for the long run from Timmins to Sudbur

College hosts second annual lightning trail

NEWS RELEASE NORTHERN COLLEGE ************************* Northern College, in partnership with Hydro One and District School Board Ontario North East, is hosting the second annual Lightning Trail summer retreat for Aboriginal youth.