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Local Artists Time to Shine in Spot Light - Artwork for Bees

Timmins Ecological Beekeeping Association is wanting to showcase all local artists for our 1 st Annual ‘Miss Beehaving Art Sale & Exhibition’.

Auto Insurance Rates Continue to Fall - Are You Seeing the Reduction?

Province Fighting Fraud, Reducing Rates and Working to Reward Safe Drivers Ontario's Auto Insurance Cost and Rate Reduction Strategy is continuing to make auto insurance more affordable for Ontario drivers, as rates approved by the regulator have dro

Northern Ontario Expo 2014 - Bringing Comic-Con to the North

Timmins, On - Northern Ontario Expo is pleased to announce it’s return to this years 2014 Sportsman Show, hosted by the Schumacher Lion’s Club.

Students Go To Work With Canada Summer Jobs in Timmins - James Bay

TIMMINS —Over 140 jobs will be created in Timmins-James Bay this year thanks to Canada Summer Jobs. MP Charlie Angus says the riding will get $307-thousand this summer to employ students. “ Every year we do very well with this program.

Northern Ontario OPP News Digest April 15

PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION Career Opportunities with the Ontario Provincial Police (SOUTH PORCUPINE, ON) – Members of the public interested in finding out about career opportunities with the Ontario Provincial Police are invited to attend an informat

FCC Reports Rise in Ontario Farmland Values

Guelph , Ontario – Average farmland values continued to rise nationally in 2013, according to the most recent Farmland Values Report released by Farm Credit Canada (FCC). The average value of farmland in Ontario increased by 15.9 per cent in 2013.

Brian Jones Photographs on Display at Timmins & District Hospital

The Timmins & District Hospital Foundation gives artists the opportunity to display their work on the Main Promenade at Timmins and District Hospital.

Province Building Cycling Infrastructure - Is This Something for Timmins ?

First Cycling Action Plan Supports Safe, Active Transportation Ontario is proposing to invest $10 million over three years to help municipalities improve cycling infrastructure.

Engaging the Public on Open Data

Ontario the First Province in Canada to Create Data Inventory for Public Input As part of its Open Government initiative, Ontario is launching an online inventory of government data sets for the public to vote on.

Northerners Pay the Price For Government - Approved Hydro and Gas Hikes: NDP

QUEEN’S PARK – NDP House Leader and Timmins-James Bay MPP Gilles Bisson says the government is failing hard working Ontarians who can’t afford to pay outrageous price increases for gas and hydro.