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Northern Ontario OPP News Report - 84 year old Charged with Street Racing + More

PORCUPINE OPP CHARGE DRIVER FOR EXCESSIVE SPEED (SOUTH PORCUPINE) – A Kapuskasing man has been charged with a Street Racing offence contrary to the Highway Traffic Act stemming from an event on October 28 th .

“ Rise Up ” Multicultural Pot Luck Fundraiser and Silent Auction

" Rise Up ” is an organization dedicated to supporting agencies who celebrate those that rise above challenges with mental health. The “ Rise Up ” Multicultural Pot Luck Fundraiser and Silent Auction is on November 16 at Northern College, 4pm to 7pm.

Crime Stoppers and the Timmins Police Service need help to solve a rash of vandalism in the city of Timmins. *Update*

Recently, several buildings in the city of Timmins have been defaced by unknown persons.

Newest Underground Hard Rock Miner Common Core Graduates Already Hard at Work

KIRKLAND LAKE, ON: Nearly all of the newest Northern College Underground Hard Rock Miner Common Core graduates are already working in the field after finishing the program less than two months ago.

Timmins Voices Hits Your Home Screen

Hello Timmins Voices fans. It is with great pleasure that I am announcing the premier of the television version of Timmins Voices that will be broadcast on Eastlink TV Channel Three in Timmins beginning sometime this week or next...

NDP calls for creation of bear management committee

QUEEN’S PARK – Timiskaming-Cochrane New Democratic MPP John Vanthof tabled a motion in the Ontario Legislature today calling for the creation of a committee that that would examine and provide solutions to the increasing problem of nuisance bears in

Bringing Education from Great to Excellent

Ontario’s publicly funded education system is recognized as one of the best in the world. Now it’s time to build on that success and update our vision , aspirations and goals not just for the system, but for our students.

OPP Lay Drug Charges

(IROQUOIS FALLS) – The Iroquois Falls Ontario Provincial Police have arrested and charged two Orillia area residents with drug related charges stemming from a routine traffic stop on October 26 th on Hwy 11 in the Iroquois Falls area.

Timmins Police Remind Drivers to be Safe in Winter Driving Conditions

With the onset of winter conditions across the region, the Timmins Police Service is reminding drivers to pay extra attention when driving.

MADD Red Ribbon Campaign

The Timmins Chapter of MADD Canada will launch its 2013 Red Ribbon Campaign with a brunch and silent auction on Sunday, Nov. 3. The event will take place at the Porcupine Dante Club beginning at 10:30 a.m.