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COLLEGE ST. CLOSED

College st will be close from Jubilee Ave to Westmount Blvd. for asphalt paving.

Lorne tells us why he thinks the NDP is totally awesome

Lorne Feldman, the owner of Feldman Timber in Timmins, stands focused on ensuring the middle class has opportunities to contribute to the economy of the city.

Prime Minister's statement on 70th anniversary of D-Day

NEWS RELEASE PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE ************************* Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy: It is an honour and a privilege to be in France toda

Trouble at Monteith Correctional Complex

NEWS RELEASE OPSEU **************************** All nine Northern Ontario Correctional facilities will hold information rallies to bring public awareness about a government plan to prematurely force Correctional Officers into a strike or lockout posi

Find out what got Steve and Gilles all fired up

The biggest question we hear in Timmins area is how do we vote? Do we focus on the local area or is it better to consider the betterment of the province? Do I listen to my union who is trying to sway me because they have concern for my "well bei

Two places you can show your love of trees

NEWS RELEASE MATTAGAMI REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY ************************* The Wintergreen Fund for Conservation and Millson Forestry are pleased to announce that they will once again be hosting the Annual Arbour Day this Saturday, June 7 at two

Moncton shooting suspect apprehended

RCMP in Moncton have apprehended the suspect being sought in the shooting death of three Mounties. From The Canadian Press: Justin Bourque was arrested at around 12:10 a.m.

All the world's a stage

“All the world’s a stage. And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances” (William Shakespeare). The theme this year was “Life is a dance: Learn as you go”.

Welcome to our new look!

Regular TimminsToday.com visitors will notice something different within the next 24 hours. And we’re pretty sure you’re going to like it.

Timmins Celebrates Aboriginal Day – June 21

To honor and give thanks to the Aboriginal people across Canada, Timmins Ontario will be celebrating National Aboriginal Day on Saturday, June 21, 2014. Also known as Summer Solstice which […]