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Timmins Police Service and Renaissance Public School to Bump, Set, Raise Money for Charity

The Timmins Police Service and École publique Renaissance are going head to head in a volleyball game to raise money for charity. The Timmins Police vs. Renaissance game will take place on Wednesday, May 28 at 12 noon at Renaissance school.

Kidd Operations Adds to the Kobzar Park Rejuvenation Fund

On May 12th, the Kobzar Park Rejuvenation Committee received a donation from Kidd Operations – a Glencore Company to assist with the goal of restoring Kobzar Park.

Mattagami River Water Levels to Rise Over Next 24 to 48 Hours

The Upper Mattagami River Water Management Committee has updated the Flood Warning for that portion of the Mattagami River flowing through the City of Timmins.

HWY 101 is Open

MTO reports that Highway 101 is now OPEN.

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

Time Started: May 15th, 5:05pm Time Stopped: May 15th, 5:33pm Discharge Water Course: Porcupine Lake Total Volume: 63 m3

Jump Rope for Heart at W. Earle Miller

On March 4th, 126 Grade 3-6 students from W. Earle Miller Public School, under the leadership of Mrs. Laforest, participated in the annual Jump Rope for Heart.

Science Timmins Astronomy Club Meeting Notice

On Wednesday May 21st at 7:00PM, Science Timmins Astronomy club holds their monthly meeting at Cedar Meadows Resort. All ages and interest levels are welcome to attend; we are a bilingual group, too. No special equipment required.

Look forward to the Annual Timmins Multicultural Festival 2014

June 1st marks the Annual Timmins Multicultural Festival 2014 hosted by the Timmins Multicultural Society Inc. The Timmins Multicultural Festival has been in existance for over 40 years. With 14 local ethnic groups participating.

Master Plans for Culture, Tourism & Recreation Presented to Council

The consulting firm Sierra Planning unveiled the new Master Plan to guide Culture, Tourism and Recreation in Timmins for the next 10 years.

Dakota Filion is Chief for a Day

Ten year-old Dakota Filion, in Grade 5 at Pinecrest Public School, took over as Timmins Police Chief on Thursday, May 15. Dakota won the opportunity through a contest hosted by the Timmins Police, as part of Police Week 2014.