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Angus Calls on Canada Post to Fix Processing Problems For The North

Timmins - Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus says the recent decision by Canada Post to move regional mail sorting to Toronto is inefficient, costly and will slow down the delivery of mail in the north.

Southern Sanitation / Wasteco, Worker Fined Total of $176,000 After Worker Killed

HAMILTON, ON - The death of a worker crushed between vehicles has resulted in a combined $176,000 fine for Southern Sanitation Inc. and one of the company's employees.

Election Politics – Northerners Deserve Better

TIMMINS – Residents of Timmins-James Bay were told last week the province is continuing with the divestment of the communications arm of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission but has decided to keep the rest of ONTC in public hands.

Richard Buell at Timmins Voices April 9th

Please join us April 9, 2014 7:30 p.m. for our special guest author Richard Buell. Richard is sports writer who has written excellent books about sports and sports heroes from Northern Ontario.

TPS Reminding Drivers About Removal of Studded Tires

The traffic services section of the Timmins Police Service is reminding drivers about the approaching deadline for the removal of studded tires.

‘McInnis Sisters Running to Raise $20,000 for Canadian Cancer Society’s ‘Wheels of Hope’ Program

TIMMINS, ON – Maria McInnis, Julia McInnis and family, along with Canadian Cancer Society staff and volunteers gathered at the Canadian Cancer Society on Monday, April 7th to launch their new ‘ Cancer Fighter ’ event - Wheels to Heels for Hope ! Mari

“Taking Action” During National Victims of Crime Awareness Week

Along with their police partners, Victim Services agencies across the country will be acknowledging National Victims of Crime Awareness week from April 6 – 12, 2014 .

Quebec election: Liberals win majority

Nineteen months after they were ousted from power, the Liberals in Quebec will form a majority government.

Timmins Coin Club Meeting

TIMMINS COIN CLUB MEETING on Sunday April 13, 2 pm at the Timmins Museum. This month the presentation will be "Canadian Nickels" and don't forget the Timmins Coin & Stamp Show May 4 at the Lions Den McIntyre Arena 12-4 pm.

Be Bear Wise This Spring

Ontario, OPP Remind People What to do as Bears Come out of Hibernation Ontario and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are reminding people to take simple precautions this spring to prevent attracting black bears as they come out of hibernation.