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IROQUOIS FALLS OPP LAY CRIMINAL HARASSMENT CHARGE (IRQOUOIS FALLS) – An officer with the Iroquois Falls OPP has charged a local resident with a Criminal Harassment, Breach of Probation and Prostitution related offences contrary to the Criminal Code o

September Real Estate Booms

Residential sales activity in the area served by the Timmins Real Estate Board came in well above year-ago levels in September 2013. Home sales numbered 122 units in September, a record for the month. This was up 13 per cent from last September.

OPP Apprehend Fleeing Suspects ... or You Know You Had a Bad Day When....

Members of the Englehart Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a suspicious vehicle complaint on October 4, 2013 at approximately 2:23 a.m. on Aidie Creek Garden Road.

Timmins Police Gearing Up for Operation Impact Over the Upcoming Long Weekend

The Timmins Police Service will be teaming up with police services from across Canada during the upcoming Thanksgiving long weekend.

Immigration Creating New Opportunities for Agriculture

Canada's growing immigrant population is creating new opportunities for Canadian food producers and processors, according to J.P. Gervais, Farm Credit Canada's (FCC) Chief Agricultural Economist.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dresses It Up In Pink

The Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Timmins has decided to take part in Breast Cancer Awareness month by dressing up one of their Jacuzzi rooms in pink. "We’ve received support from local businesses in order to help make this endeavor a reality.

Eskimos Hoping For Successful Road Trip this Weekend

The past weekend wasn’t a good one for the transplanted Timmins Gold Bears, now wearing the Black and Gold of the Abitibi Eskimos.

Ground Search Friday Night Ends Well for Timmins Police Emergency Response Team

A ground search Friday night ended with a positive outcome for members of the Timmins Police Emergency Response Team ( ERT ). At approximately 4 p.m.

CIBC Run for the Cure Raises $128,000 locally - $27 Million Nationally

All over the country, people walked, ran or wheeled for the annual CIBC Run for the Cure. Although the weather wasn't favorable, it didn't stop people from supporting http://storify.

Timmins Coin Club Meeting October 6

Want to learn how to Protect and Store a coin/paper money Collection then come to the TIMMINS COIN CLUB MEETING on SUNDAY October 6, 2 pm at the Timmins Museum. Another feature presentation will be " Laura Secord War of 1812 ” .