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Donate blood and get a chance to win free pizza

NEWS RELEASE CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES ************************* We have over 80 openings for Thursday’s blood donor clinic. There’s still time for you to book your appointment by calling 1 888 2DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or online at www.

Police seize rifles, ammo and drugs

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE ************************* During the evening hours of August 23, Timmins Police officers responded to a disturbance in the central area of the city.

Bear hunting violations cost Michigan pair $2,100

NEWS RELEASE MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND FORESTRY ************************* Two Michigan residents have been fined a total of $2,100 for bear hunting violations.

HGS announces expansion

NEWS RELEASE HGS CANADA ************************* H G S Canada has been selected to deploy and manage a multi-channel customer care and technical support solution for a Canadian Crown Corporation, beginning in September 2015.

Find out what thieves ran off with in Kirkland Lake

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* KIRKLAND LAKE – Members of the Kirkland Lake Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating an incident at the Golden Mile Footwear located on Government Road West.

Tonight: Financial statements, Timmins 2020 and a new street sweeper

After a week off, Timmins city council will meet this evening at City Hall. Among the items on the agenda is a presentation from Clearlogic regarding the Timmins 2020 plan.
Rededication of Kobzar Park <B>(5 photos)</B>

Rededication of Kobzar Park (5 photos)

A rejuvenated Kobzar Park was officially re-dedicated Saturday with the unveiling of a new statue to Taras Shevchenko, new flower beds, new grass and a polished entrance way containing a new stain-glass, “Ukrainian dancing minstrel” to re
Andrea Horwath: Wynne's plan is rock headed

Andrea Horwath: Wynne's plan is rock headed

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath was in Timmins on Friday morning to find out first hand how the province's soaring electricity costs are impacting businesses in the area.

Missing youths back home

Timmins Police Service advises that three youths reported missing earlier this week have been found and returned to their residence. Kyla Brunette-Nadeau, 15, Zander Lobb, 13, and Tyler Doskotch, 14, were reported missing on Wednesday.

Election 2015: Todd Lever comes up with more answers

In part two of TimminsToday's discussion with Timmins-James Bay Liberal candidate Todd Lever, he addresses the legalization of marijuana, attack ads, and why he feels Justin Trudeau should be the next Prime Minister of Canada.